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Verizon and Motorola announce Droid 4: Thinnest, most powerful 4G LTE smartphone with QWERTY keyboard
The news just keeps coming! The latest from CES brings us the Droid 4 for Verizon. This insanely thin phone with slider QWERTY comes with: 1.2GHz dual-core processor 1GB of
Audiovox used CES2012 to announce their latest Android innovation. They are going to release a custom headrest featuring Android in their RSE product line. Utilizing a dual-core processor and WiFi
Today at CES, Samsung Mobile and AT&T surprised us with not only a phone that is being referred to as a phablet (phone/tablet) due to it’s 5.3” HD Super AMOLED screen
With all the awesome stuff coming from CES today, it’s hard to tell what we should consider to be “top of the news pile”. However, this one certainly is in
Verizon Wireless And LG Mobile haven’t wasted anytime this year as CES. They have just announced a new Android device that will offer a True HD Mobile Experience. The LG Spectrum is Verizon Wireless’
LTE handsets are multiplying on every carrier around the country and MetroPCS is proud to announce its newest additions with the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G and the LG Connect 4G.
CES has begun, and it’s time for the announcements to start flying in. In the latest from the madhouse, Huawei has announced two new phones: the Ascend P1 S and the
Swype announced on Twitter that they’ll be unveiling a beta release of their popular keyboard for Ice Cream Sandwich devices by the end of January. There’s no set date, but
The LG Spectrum, rumored to be the successor to the LG Revolution, is officially on its way to Verizon. On the 19th of January, it’ll be available from $249 to
Who wouldn’t love some more mobile gaming options on Android? Well, if we’re to believe what we see (and we do) over at Microsoft Careers, we may be looking at
As we all know, Car Mode is the safer Android experience in an automobile other than “abstinence”! What true android lover can do that? TuneIn helps to make our
In the evolution of technology, there are many fields that are experiencing complete overhauls in the name of being more efficient, more cost effective, and just plain better. Not
If you’re hot into the rumor bin, then you’ll love this one. In an ad that likely wasn’t supposed to be seen yet with information we’re not supposed to know,