Cricket Wireless unveiled their next Android smart phone today, the Muve Music enabled Samsung Vitality. Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and powered by a 800MHz processor, the handset will be available next week for the price of $199.99 after $20 instant rebate. Details include a 3.5-inch …
Details for the long-awaited Amazon tablet emerged late last week, giving us our best, most descriptive features and expectations to date. TechCrunch blogger MG Siegler was able to spend time with the device and has provided a very thorough walkthrough of the tablet, which sounds …
Atlanta-based SouthernLINC Wireless has begun offering the Motorola Titanium this week, essentially doubling their Android smart phone lineup. Running Android Android 2.1 Eclair and featuring Push to Talk technology, the handset offers subscribers a 3.1-inch touch display, full portrait QWERTY keyboard, and 5-megapixel camera. Before you scoff …
Way back in September of 2005, Motorola came out with a bold new cellular telephone that could, in fact, sync with your Apple iTunes account. This auspicious device was dubbed the Motorola ROKR-E1. At the time it came with a mind blowing 512MB upgradeable SD …
One of the best news aggregation apps we’ve encountered for Honeycomb tablets, News360, just got even better. The new 2.0 release slated to arrive in the Android Market not only provides the same great personalized news and RSS feeds, but it now knows you better …
Back in May, Verizon officially launched the Xperia Play and the era of the PlayStation Phone was upon us. Fast forward two months and now Verizon has slashed the price of handset to $99 with contract. Verizon is offering the deal as part of a …
Samsung and Best Buy Mobile have announced today that the Pure Google phone that is the Nexus S will soon be available for AT&T customers, in an exclusive retail offering. The Android 2.3-powered handset will run subscribers a very attractive $99 with qualifying two year …
Thanks to Stephanie “The LG Girl” and of course LG Mobile, we have an LG Revolution to give away this Thursday on AGTN! The LG Revolution runs a 1GHz Snapdragon processor on Verizon’s 4G LTE network. It comes equipped with Android 2.2, a rear-facing 5.0 MP camera with auto focus and …
Remember the Huawei Ascend? It launched on Cricket Wireless in October of last year, along with a few other regional carriers. Well, it looks like Huawei has put the finishing touches on the successor to the Ascend, which they’re calling, creatively enough, the Ascend II. It’s packing a 3.5-inch HVGA display, a measly 600MHz processor, Gingerbread (Android 2.3), 5MP camera, and the usual WiFi, 3G connectivity, and a micro SD card slot.
Facing stiff competition from Apple’s iCloud, Google Music, Best Buy, and the impending stateside arrival of Spotify, Amazon announced a trio of enhancements to their Amazon Cloud Drive and Cloud Player. Taking effect immediately, Amazon is now offering storage plans that include unlimited space for …
That’s right, the Xoom is no longer a Verizon exclusive. U.S. Cellular began selling the Android 3.1 tablet today, and it’s sure to bring business up a notch. After a quick first glance, it appears to be exactly the same as the Verizon Xoom. I did make one note, however: the U.S. Cellular version doesn’t directly connect to the network.
This morning I awoke to a brand new application in the Android Market: Google Video. I can browse movies and even see the ones that I have on my XOOM, but it takes me to the web interface and not a native rental store. Plus, …
We had an interesting press release come across our desks today, concerning the company Pinger and it’s Textfree app for Android. The gist of the press release was how fast it took the number of Android users to gain parity with the number of iOS users using Textfree on Apple devices. So how long do you think it took for the Android app to catch up?
There is a whisper going around that Amazon plans on offering up its streaming video service for free to early adopters of their yet-to-be announced tablets (Coyote/Hollywood). This would be the same service Amazon has offered its Prime customers which includes unlimited access to over …
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