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A new report conducted by Match.com tells us that we Android users are a bunch of horn dogs who love to put out. According to their findings, 62-percent of those
The handset maker has confirmed that the next flagship model will be getting its own announcement later in the year.
If you’re like me, you have too many accounts across too many different services to count. You might have one password for all those, or you might vary it up
Humble Bundle, a new game market for Android, has just launched, and it offers an innovative take on purchasing games. Essentially, you choose how much to pay, and you get
We’ve got conflicting reports as to when Samsung will announce the Galaxy S III. We’ve also got some rumors over some plans for later in the year.
The company’s first Super Bowl ad in 71 years of history will air in the fourth quarter.
There’s no better way to start the week than with a blurry photo and information about a new upcoming Android smartphone. The device in the photo above is supposedly the
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