Search Results for " ces 2012"
Pick up an inexpensive 4G LTE handset or tablet from Pantech and AT&T. Thinking of both? You’ll save even more!
Face it, your Android smartphone and tablet get smudged a lot. And no matter what display technology is used nor how clean you try to keep your fingers, at some
We’ve seen quite a few quad-core Android devices so far this year, from tablets to smartphones. Among them, the HTC Edge, the rumored Meizu MX, and the Asus Transformer Prime
Get ready for the Year of the Dragon! Rovio Mobile has updated their wildly successful Angry Birds Seasons with a whole set of new levels and fun all designed around
T-Mobile is gearing up for a new promotion, one we think is actually worthwhile. Starting January 25th, T-Mobile is [secretively] launching two new data feature bundles. These new bundles will
You probably heard last week that Verizon announced a purple variation of their popular Droid Razr handset during CES. What you didn’t get, however, was a price point or launch
Launched earlier this week, the latest make-your-life-easier application in the Android Market comes via Apartments.com. Easy to use and boasting a bunch of handy features, it should make your next
Verizon’s latest Android smartphone, the LG Spectrum, has officially gone on sale today, if only online. Expected to hit retail stores shortly, the 1.5GHz dual-core handset features a number of
We have news from someone in the Android community who was fortunate enough to spend some time in a Casio focus group recently. He came away with a spec list for
Speeds will drop down to 256kbps for anyone who exceeds 2.5GB in a month.
After the gentle tide of announcements during the holidays and the crazy undertow of CES, we’re finally starting to see our first wave of devices for 2012. We mentioned during
This year’s Conference on Communications Technologies and Software Defined Radio (SDR’11 – WinnComm) elected Elektrobit’s Specialized Device Platform as technology of the
We’ve learned that even though the Kindle Fire sells for only $199.99 it actually costs slightly more than that to manufacture and sell them. What normally sounds a little bit
LG today introduced their first Android-powered tablet capable of support LTE networks in the form of the –wait for it– Optimus Pad LTE. Running Android 3.2 Honeycomb and featuring a