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AT&T today announced that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update is now available for the Samsung Galaxy S III. As is the case with other updates of its kind, the
Rovio has issued a “Hoth” update for the immediately-popular Angry Birds Star Wars game, adding in 20 new levels and some other goodies. We’re talking about the icy planet of
Awww, how cute… your dual-core and quad-core handsets are so darling. Check out my new 8-core smartphone. If the recent chatter is correct, this is exactly what some will be
For all the appeal that comes with a $100-$150 Android tablet, experienced users are often quick to point out the omissions and holes. One particular detail that often comes up
Amazon.com today announced the release of an updated Amazon Santa app (1.1) for Android, iOS, and Kindle Fire. Available for a few weeks now, this newly tweaked and free app lets
Black Friday savings on some of our favorite Android games!
AT&T has officially announced its Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, listing all their wireless and U-Verse promotions for the coming few days. While we’d like to have seen more
What do you do this weekend after you belly up to the table for a Hulk-sized meal? Normally, you drift off into a turkey coma. This year, however, you take
Cricket Wireless is set to add another Android device to their portfolio tomorrow as the carrier pulls the curtain back on its new Groove handset. Built by ZTE, the smartphone
Sony today has given us some information on their Xperia Lounge. The ecosystem is a place for you to get Sony-approved media to munch on to your heart’s content. According
As if it were a surprise, Samsung is said to be readying a 1080p HD display for upcoming devices.
Verizon today confirmed that it will be soon offering the Samsung Stratosphere II as part of its Android lineup. Due in the coming weeks, the handset will cost $129.99 after a
Among other deals, the Galaxy Note II will a much more reasonable $249.99.
Google has been working to update their Wallet services, and more evidence has surfaced that caught our attention. Word on the street is that Google is working on a physical
Amazon has released a new Android app that offers a more photography-based view of its cloud storage services. It’s called Amazon Cloud Drive Photos, it’s free to use, and it offers