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US Cellular has confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S will be one of their four Android-based handsets slated for release this year. It was just last week when I suggested
US Cellular plans to bring customers four Android handsets this year, starting next month with the Samsung Acclaim. Kicking things off with the sliding QWERTY on July 9th, the carrier
The nation’s sixth largest wireless provider, US Cellular, confirmed via Facebook that they will be offering the Samsung Acclaim next month. We’re still unclear as to the full details of
Engadget is reporting that the handset pictured to the left is the new Samsung Acclaim that US Cellular has recently scored exclusive rights to. Their confidence that this is the
Chicago-based US Cellular recently announced an exclusive Android handset deal with Samsung. Following on the heels of their recent HTC Desire news, US Cellular will offer the Samsung Acclaim sometime
Some apps that exist on the Google Play Store still require root privileges given how Android is designed, and as such sometimes it’s necessary to get root on your device
The Nexus 6 is one popular device it seems. As usual with a Nexus device, the first couple of times you can purchase one it is sold out quickly. This
Today Google announced Android Lollipop, and with it a round of new devices including the Nexus 9, Nexus Player, and Nexus 6. While they announced information on when you can
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge has had some interesting rumors surrounding it. While we’ve reported that it will be available through T-Mobile and Sprint, many others have reported that it will
A list of model numbers for the Samsung Galaxy S5 variants have emerged, giving anxious fans just a little bit more to chew on. If you’re the type of person
Pricing and exact availability is unclear however we should expect it in the next few weeks.
Motorola announced on Thursday that the Moto X will soon arrive at five major wireless providers in the United States. Indeed, the smartphone will be offered at Verizon, AT&T, Sprint,
Now that it’s official, the hot button question for the Samsung Galaxy S4 is whether or not your carrier expects to offer the handset. Spoiler alert: They do. Here’s the
Time to put those rumors to bed; the new Samsung flagship has been officially introduced. Samsung, as you all know by now, today announced the Galaxy S4. Hardware Specifications for
Let’s face it, Android can be a bit fragmented at times. But who says we need to rely on carriers to push updates? Android is much more than a closed