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Samsung has really outdone themselves in sticking to their Galaxy line’s mantra “The Next Big Thing” With a gorgeous 12.2 inch display this device will confuse most lay-people who witness
Good Guy Amazon is giving away $50 worth of free Android apps and games today and into tomorrow. Why? Because the Amazon Appstore is celebrating its third birthday already! Indeed,
I must admit, I wasn’t sure what to expect when I first received my unit. But at the sub $300 price point, I was not expecting anywhere near the level
In lieu of the most recent Swype upgrade, Swiftkey has come out with a new version. They’ve taken the latest and greatest updates to the beta and added them into
What is SwiftKey? SwiftKey for Android replaces your device’s on-screen keyboard to help you type in an easier, faster and less frustrating way. SwiftKey is an app I personally
In March 2013 the Minuum team began a campaign on Indigogo.com garnering such interest in their project that just 4 months later they’ve raised almost 900% of their $10,000 goal
Virgin Mobile today announced the next Android smartphone to join its roster, kicking off the Kyocera Event. Priced at only $79.99, the no-contract handset, runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
PSST! Hey you. Yeah, you. Wanna try out a new version of one of the best keyboard apps for Android? You’re gonna love it; Swiftkey Flow is the new beta
It’s official, there’s a new Nexus smartphone coming in about two weeks. Oh, and there’s also a new Nexus tablet coming on the same day. Both are set to hit
Sprint is the first wireless carrier in the United States to offer an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S III. A press release (below) tells us
Samsung has just announced that they will begin rolling out the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the U.S. versions of the Galaxy S III. Stopping short of any particular
Cricket Wireless today announced that they will soon be offering their second Android 4.0 smartphone in the form of the ZTE Engage. Set to arrive on October 2, the handset
The Android 4.0 smartphone is priced to move for both carriers.
The carrier adds another affordable 4G LTE smartphone to their lineup with the mid-range LG Lucid.
If you’re like me, you use your device heavily, which tends to drain the battery. Extended batteries are always an option, but they typically add noticeable thickness to a device.