Earlier this year, ASUS introduced the $150 Android tablet known as ASUS MeMO Pad. Today, the tablet lands in the USA as one of the More inexpensive tablets around. Don’t be fooled by the cost, mind you. There’s plenty under the hood for the money. The …
GameStop today announced that the device trade-in program has been expanded to include new brands. Effective immediately, phones and tablets from companies such as Motorola, Samsung, and BlackBerry are eligible for in-store credit or instant case at GameStop stores around the country. To help get …
I’ll say this of GameStop: they’ve done an excellent job of seeing the writing on the wall regarding the future of gaming and adapting their sales structure accordingly. Recognizing the growing trend of mobile gaming and then carrying the products that play those games …
Game freaks and Android fans rejoice. GameStop has begun taking trades on both Nexus devices and Galaxy Tabs. This adds to the device market for GameStop, as they were previously taking in (and still are) iOS devices as well. With as popular as the mobile …
Itching to play with an ASUS Transformer Prime before it’s released? Then you might want to check with your local GameStop to see if you can’t get some hands-on time with one this weekend. GameStop has announced that select stores will have a few ASUS …
Buy one of the three tablets and receive a handful of games at no additional cost.
The classic Sega title Sonic CD has arrived on Android, weeks ahead of its expected December debut. Available immediately, gamers who purchase one of the three Android-powered tablets (Samsung Galaxy, Acer 100 and ASUS Transformer) at select GameStop locations (and online), will receive a copy of Sonic …
Gaming on mobile devices is on the rise, as chipsets becomes faster and screen sizes become larger, more and more console quality games are making their way to our Android devices. Video game retailer GameStop has taken notice of this increasingly popular trend and hopes …
GameStop has chosen the Android platform for a dedicated gaming tablet and is said to already be in the testing phase. The tablet will be branded with the GameStop name and will launch with a number of titles pre-installed. According to a recent interview with …
- Get This Look!
- Common Android Questions
- Where do I find apps and games?
- How do I uninstall apps or games?
- How do I add an email account?
- How do I create a new contact?
- How do I check to see if there is an Android update?
- How do I change the wallpaper?
- How do I toggle Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc?
- How do I add an icon or widget to the home screen?
- How do I lock my Android?
- How do I adjust screen brightness?