Sprint hangs up on WiMAX devices and shifts entirely to LTE

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Sprint is completely done with releasing WiMAX 4G devices and is ready to move on to 4G LTE, according to new details hitting the wires today.  Speaking at Competitive Carriers Global Expo today, Sprint’s Bob Azzi confirmed that they would be solely focusing on LTE for future smartphones ...

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Accessory Review: Hub Innovations PRIZM tablet stand [VIDEO]

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If you’re in the market for a stand for your Android tablet, Kindle Fire, or Nook then you may be interested in checking out Hub Innovation’s PRIZM stands.  Made of “aluminum alloys and precious metals” these are a lightweight, easy-to-travel companion to your digital ...

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Google deploys Android 4.0.4 to select devices

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Google announced late yesterday that they have begun deploying a new version of Android to a handful of smartphones and tablets.  According to a post on the Google+ account for the Android team, Ice Cream Sandwich is rolling out to UMTS/GSM Nexus S, Xoom Wi-Fi, and HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus devices. ...

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Qualcomm: 36,000 miles, 20 days, one charge for Snapdragon processor

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So you’re a big fan of your current Android smartphone save for the fact you seem to charge it every few hours.  What to do for your next smartphone?  Qualcomm believes you ought to consider a Snapdragon chipset for the Android handset and/or tablet.  To help illustrate just how great the ...

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Amazon now rumored to be prepping three tablets for 2012

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When it comes to a successor to the Kindle Fire, it’s not a question of whether or not Amazon will release one this year.  Rather, the question seems to be just how many Amazon is working on.  We previously reported that the online retail behemoth was readying a pair of Android-based ...

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TeleNav announces web-based HTML 5 navigation tools for developers

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Telenav today announced that their “Scout for Apps” HTML5 voice-guided GPS navigation service is now available for developers.  If you’re a development firm or independent startup looking to integrate free, turn-by-turn, voice-guided GPS navigation, this is where you’ll want to ...

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Verizon announces $79 LG Lucid for March 29

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The carrier adds another affordable 4G LTE smartphone to their lineup with the mid-range LG Lucid.

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AMC Theatres introduces Android app for film junkies

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AMC Theatres has become the latest theater chain to release their official mobile client for Android and iOS devices.  Hitting the Google Play Store just a few days ago, the app is free for Android smartphones running 2.2 and higher.  Features here are exactly what you’d expect from a ...

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Updated Kindle app gives new access to comics, graphic novels, more

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Amazon updated their Kindle app for Android this week, adding in support for a wider assortment of illustrated children’s books, graphic novels, and comic books.  It’s now possible to access popular titles such as Brown Bear , Curious George, and Superman and enjoy them in a much ...

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AT&T promises Android 4.0 updates for ten more devices

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Starting with the HTC Vivid, AT&T plans to serve Ice Cream Sandwich to another ten devices.

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Lookout announces “Mobile Lost and Found”

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Lookout, the guys behind some of our favorite mobile security apps, have just released some pretty troubling data.  This time we’re not talking about malware or other threats of that nature.  Nope, now we’re discussing your missing mobile phones.  Did you know that lost mobile ...

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LG hoping to sell 35 million smartphones in 2012

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LG has some pretty lofty aspirations for their mobile division in 2012, particularly among the smartphone segment.  Speaking with Korea Times, LG’s head of the handset division, Park Jong-seok, indicated that the company’s goal is to sell 35 million smartphones in 2012. ...

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Sony announces Android 4.0-powered Xperia Neo L MT25i

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Sony today announced their first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone, the Xperia Neo L MT25i.  Arriving as a successor to 2011’s Xperia Neo  and Neo V, this one features moderate improvements on the hardware front.  The Neo L will be available in black and white editions and ...

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Verizon only releasing LTE smartphones in 2012

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Verizon appears to have closed the door on their 3G smartphones plans and instead only wants to focus on next-generation connectivity.  A story in the Wall Street Journal today advises that the carrier expects to only offer 4G LTE devices in 2012. What’s more, Verizon plans to push ...

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Kindle Fire 2 and another tablet due from Amazon in second half of 2012

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We’ve heard on more than one occasion that Amazon has more devices in the Kindle Fire family expected for 2012 so this next bit of news may not be groundbreaking stuff.  According to DigiTimes, Amazon is expecting to release a direct successor to the 7-inch Kindle Fire in the second half ...

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