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‘Parting is such sweet sorrow’ seems to fit here. We all know nothing lasts forever in the world of mobile technology. We’ve gotten word from our friends over at Sprint
Rovio, maker of the famous and wildly popular Angry Birds, has got a few new projects up their sleeves, according to Pocket Gamer. A source there is reporting that Rovio
New rumors surface for the Galaxy S II successor as we near the annual Mobile World Congress.
IBM and HTC have been working in tandem to help bring a more appealing enterprise experience to Android, according to new reports. The pair recently demonstrated IBM software running on
Dolphin Browser HD is one of the most popular third-party browsers on Android, and with countless add-ons to expand functionality, it’s easy to see why. The Dolphin team has introduced
Over the past few years, tablet devices have become a hot item. Many people consider this a new generation of computing. In the United States, people prefer the larger screens
HTC has begun sending out invitations to their February 26th press announcement which takes place one day before Mobile World Congress begins. For those who haven’t followed along before or
Okay so maybe you like that Droid Razr and its super-thin form factor but just don’t how well that 1780mAh battery will stand up against your daily usage. Sure, it
Ever wonder how many people are actually using Lookout Mobile Security to protect their Android devices? Wouldn’t it be neat to see users being protected in real-time as they install
Gameloft has become the latest big name developer to embrace the free model provided by GetJar.
Remember the catch in AT&T’s proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA? The contract that was agreed upon stated that should the deal fall through, AT&T would pay $3 billion to Magenta,
You may remember that leaked roadmap that we got our hands on last week, with several Sony Ericsson Android devices listed. One of them, the SE Kumquat (not a name
HTC is rumored to offer up the new mid-range device at Mobile World Congress.
Huawei, a company who is beginning to make a bit of noise on the Android front, is rumored to hit U.S. soil with a new ‘Diamond” series of devices. Expected