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Shack Friday includes four free Android smartphones and some drastic price cuts.
While not exactly a name synonymous with the latest technology and gadgets, Straight Talk, which is a branch of TracFone, has added a second Android phone to their lineup. The
The latest Samsung Android smartphone takes its place at the top of T-Mobile’s lineup.
Heading into Q4, Peter Chou expects HTC’s sales to drop due to heavy competition in the holiday season. He also mentioned that they’re working on another Android tablet, to be released next year.
Retro gaming fans can purchase 25 separate game packs for $0.99 each or buy all 100 games for a discounted price of $9.99.
Samsung is one of the largest mobile phone manufacturers in the world and their Android devices are very well known all over the world and now their tablets are also
A slightly faster, larger Galaxy S II adds support for AT&T’s 4G LTE network.
If you’re looking for further proof that the Samsung Galaxy S II series of phones is a force to be reckoned with, check out the latest kudos. The entire GS
If you’re an Evo 3D user, there’s some good news about your device hitting the streets today. HTC is releasing a security update for the HTC Evo 3D and will
The Samsung/Google event left us with many unanswered questions, most importantly, which carrier would be getting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. We heard rumors of a Verizon exclusive, saw multiple corroborating
According to an article posted on the Wall Street Journal today, Samsung has taken the lead as the company which shipped more smartphones than anyone else. Selling more than 20
With all the hype around Ice Cream Sandwich and the Galaxy Nexus, we overlooked a handful of other relevant newsworthy items. Take for instance Google Wallet, which expanded to a
With all the major carriers listed, we wonder just how long Verizon’s exclusivity will last.
Much has been made about the retail aspect of Google Wallet and how NFC will revolutionize payments at stores and restaurants. The idea of tapping your handset against a card
ZTE, a company that we primarily see across the lake in places like Korea, has decided to give the U.S. some love with their newly announced “ZTE Warp.” The company