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Earlier this week, Sprint and LG officially announced the LG Viper 4G LTE, which I believe is the sexiest LG device to date and have capability to compete with devices
Boost Mobile, a prepaid division of Sprint, announced the availability of the LG Marquee today. The phone will have a 1GHZ processor and sport a 4 inch display. It ships with
We recently reported that ZTE was planning to launch a Tegra 3 tablet with ICS, codenamed T98. Now at CES, Nvidia is showing off the tablet, and telling the world
For a while now, it’s been the same chip makers in the mobile space. TI and Qualcomm have been there forever, and Samsung has been putting their own chips in
No we aren’t talking about the LG Viper that was just announced from Sprint! Viper SmartStart is an app that will change how you start your day. This app is being
Boost Mobile today announced that they will be offering the Samsung Replenish starting tomorrow with a super-appealing price tag. Bowing as the first Android smartphone on the carrier’s network for
Sony’s Tablet S, which never saw a lot of marketing to begin with, has just been cut by $100, so the 16GB model can now be had for just $399
Many of my friends, when it’s time for an upgrade, ask me “What smartphone should I get?” My typical answer is, “What carrier do you have?” and we proceed to
With Christmas right around the corner, a lot of you procrastinating shoppers are probably starting to lose a little hair trying to figure out what to get the techie on
Oh, what a glorious day (at least for T-Mobile users) it is! After more than eight months of court hearings, opposition from Sprint and the DOJ, and massive online protesting,
Cricket Wireless isn’t one of the major mobile phone networks in the USA, but they do offer a number of Android powered devices sans contract and at a reasonable price.
Just a quick note to let you guys know that the various iterations of the Samsung Galaxy S II are on sale over at Amazon Wireless. Depending on which carrier
In a surprising discovery, T-Mobile had the YouMail app removed from the Android Market. What’s their motive?
RadioShack is offering a number of Android-powered smartphones at no cost for both new and existing subscribers.
Verizon Wireless expects to beginning offer data plans for multiple devices in the coming year, according to CEO Lowell McAdam. Referring to the feature as “account-level pricing” it would allow