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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?
Could MS be looking to Android and iOS to help draw more attention to their console?
Well this is quite interesting. We heard earlier that Sprint’s Evo View 4G is reaching the end of life, which begs the question of what Sprint will do to stay
We’re beginning to catch more and more devices from that leaked Sony roadmap in the wild. Just days after we saw the leaked Sony Xperia U, PocketDroid has once again
Joe Steiger of Linux blog JoeSteiger.com is currently running a fundraiser raffle on his blog to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). The MDA uses money raised to
Sony announced on Monday two new camera technologies that they will be embedding into their devices, most notably their smartphones. The first uses “RGBW” coding to make low light pictures
When someones accomplishes something worthwhile, a little bragging or trash-talking can be expected. LG seems to have taken that same mindset with their latest press release, which praises both the
‘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