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Earlier today we’ve reported that HTC One (M7) is getting updated in Europe and now we have another major manufacturer doing the updating as announced earlier this year. Sony is rolling out Android 4.4
One of the most iconic games that made the jump from last generation consoles to mobile, The Bard’s Tale, is available free today in the Amazon Appstore. If you’re haven’t
T-Mobile’s latest Android smartphone, the Sony Xperia Z1S, is now available for purchase. Announced at CES last week, the waterproof handset features a 20.7-megapixel camera with BIONZ mobile image processing
T-Mobile on Monday announced that it will be the exclusive U.S. carrier for the Sony Xperia Z1S smartphone. In a nutshell, the Z1S is a version of the Z1 which
32-bit devices due in first half 2014, 64-bit devices arrive later in year Because octa-core is apparently already a thing of the past, NVIDIA has just taken the wraps off
Wikipad, makers of the Wikipad 7 Android gaming tablet, have introduced a new product expected to sell later this year. Called the Gamevice, it’s a detachable console-like controller for smartphones
I am not a mobile gamer – at least not in the sense that some of you guys and gals might be. I tend to prefer my Android gaming in
It may have taken a bit of time, some minor product changes, and a few hurdles, but the Wikipad is finally ready for its retail debut. The 7-inch gaming tablet
Lately, it seems that Amazon is trying to take over the technology world. They began with e-readers, moved on to tablets, revealed that they may be working on a smartphone,
AT&T today announced that they will soon be offering the Sony Xperia TL later this year, timed with the release of the latest James Bond, Skyfall. As a U.S. variant of
[singlepic id=109 w=320 h=240 float=center]Amazon today confirmed that they Kindle Fire HD is a reality and it’s coming soon as the successor to last year’s Kindle Fire. The 7-inch 16GB Kindle Fire HD retails
Amazon has not had much luck when it comes to competition in the movie-streaming business, but this might be changing in the near future because media-provider Epix is now becoming a partner
Sony’s first 4G LTE phone will run $99.99 with a two-year service agreement.
These new titles take advantage of NVIDIA’s 4-PLUS-1 quad core mobile processor.