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If you remember, Asus introduced the PadFone, a tablet/smartphone hybrid, last year. Although we haven’t heard much about the PadFone in quite some time, MoDaCo has some juicy news
New details have emerged which confirm that Verizon is getting closer to announcing shared data plans. You know what we’re talking about here – a bucket of data that can
Is Samsung going to tweak the Galaxy Nexus for Sprint, and possibly other carriers? If recent benchmarks are to be believed then yes, that’s exactly what they’re going to do.
T-Mobile has started clearing their shelves in an attempt to make room for new smartphones and tablets. As you know it’s a new year and we’re expecting a host of
Android Tablets are quickly catching up with iPads and TabClones for market shares, and we have our non-Google 7-inch powerhouse the Kindle Fire to thank. It’s blazed past all competitors
Are you looking for unlimited LTE data on Google’s latest flagship phone? If you answered, “heck yes” (like myself), you can now register for information updates for Sprint’s iteration of
Samsung this morning announced that the big, beautiful Galaxy Note arrives at AT&T on February 19th with a $299.99 price tag. Pre-orders begin this coming Sunday, Feb. 5 with delivery
ZTE is trying pretty hard to get into the U.S. market, and Verizon might get a piece of the pie. We recently saw the ZTE Optik, headed for Sprint, and
Samsung is said to be reviewing the best possible time to announce the new flagship series.
The heir apparent to the Wi-Fi XOOM is now available in two display sizes and storage capacities.
Wanna grab the hottest new Android experience but without burning a hole in your pocket? Head to Amazon and pick up the Samsung Galaxy Nexus for $100 with a two-year
Even HTC admits that they got carried away with too many models in 2011.
Will Sprint find success with the ZTE Optik’s price point and features?
Professional wireless engineers and IT managers are often tasked with making sure there is or will be ample wifi coverage in offices and conference rooms. It used to be a
Don’t look now but Android tablets are becoming more popular and gaining on the iPad. Will we see the tablet landscape slowly shift in favor of Android much like it has for smartphones?