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MetroPCS has announced today that their 4G LTE -ready LG Esteem has been cleared for liftoff. Making its debut this week with a $249.99 price tag (after $100 mail-in rebate),
Verizon has officially announced the HTC Rhyme today, an Android smart phone which obviously caters to the female crowd. Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the phone previously known as the Bliss,
Norton announced their 2012 product line this week and, sensing the growing mobile trend, unveiled a couple of new mobile-focused titles. Android users will be most concerned with a trio
LG has hinted that they are working on an ultra-thin successor to their Optimus 3D handset with hopes to have it out in 2012. Speaking recently with Pocket-Lint, LG’s Dr. Henry
Sony Ericsson has introduced a new member in their growing Android-powered Xperia line today with the announcement of the Xperia neo V. Expected to arrive in the fourth quarter in
Verizon’s smart phone plans for the next six months have just been spilled online and it’s got a whole bunch of Android. IGN has obtained a copy of the carrier’s
Texas Instruments unveiled a new applications processor this week at Computex, in the form of a dual-core OMAP4470. Part of the OMAP 4 family, this new, dual-core1.8GHz chipset will amp
Lookout Mobile Security has issued another report from their App Genome Project and it confirms what we’ve been hearing for a while now: the Android Market is maturing. For those of you who aren’t familiar, the App Genome Project is the world’s largest application dataset that basically shows mobile applications across platforms, and in our case, Android v. iOS.
We all know that Google doesn’t make Android out of the goodness of its heart; it’s trying to make some money on the deal. And since it’s not selling the
Telenav today announced a fantastic new location-based navigation and discovery app for Android with the debut of Scout. Rather than functioning as a simple “help me get from A to
The first smartphone to run Intel’s mobile processor arrives in India later this month.
Motorola appears primed to announce an Android 4.0 smartphone with Intel’s Medfield chipset.
Last month at the CES 2012, Verizon and Motorola officially announced the latest in the line of “Droid” headed to Big Red. As usual there was no information as to
CES 2012 in my opinion was probably one of the best CES events, and by that I mean that Android was dominating the event. A lot of international brands introduced