Leak shows U.S. Cellular to introduce shared data plans

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According to sources, U.S. Cellular is slated to introduce shared data plans in the USA. A new leak of a small roadplan outline is showing that the cellular provider is going to be lining up with the like of AT&T and Verizon in their plans by allowing multiple users to share out of a ...

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Nexus 4 to go back on sale in the US at 12PM PST today

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So, you’ve been waiting, patiently, ever-so-diligent. You haven’t gone to craigslist, eBay, or your friend that goes through a freakish amount of phones every few months. No, you want it new. Now, it’ll be yours… hopefully. According to emails being sent out by Google, ...

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Archos 9.7 Carbon launched in US and UK, cheap Android tablet with Android 4.0

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Earlier in July, Archos launched the Archos 9.7 Carbon Android tablet which is yet another cheap tablet with hardly mind blowing specs. However, now the tablet is available for purchase in the US as well as in the UK. If you live in USA, then you can get it for $249.99 which is somehow not... ...

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Samsung releases list of US devices to receive ICS

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The house of Samsung has been busy with ICS, between preparing to release the software for a multitude of devices and actually releasing it for some lucky users. While updates are brewing for some devices that haven’t gotten them, Samsung has released a list reiterating which devices are ...

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US Cellular to launch their 4G LTE network in six states in 2012

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US Cellular has announed this afternoon that they will be pushing out their 4G LTE network in Q1 of 2012 in six states. Locations include (in alphabetical order): Iowa: Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Des Moines Maine: Bangor, Portland North Carolina: Greenville Wisconsin: Madison, Milwaukee, Racine ...

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US Cellular Announces Two New Android Devices

If you are lucky enough to live in an area where US Cellular offers service, then there is good news on the Android front. US Cellular has announced that they are going to be releasing two new Android devices, the LG Genesis and the HTC Merge.

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Android Being Tested By U.S. Army For Future Combat Use

The U.S. Army is ready to put the power of the mobile device into the hands of it’s soldiers and in a nod to open architecture, they have chosen to develop a prototype device that runs on the Android operating system. Before being deployed to the field, the Joint Battle Command-Platform ...

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MapQuest Jumps on the Android Bandwagon

So MapQuest has decided to throw it's hat into the Android ring, and offer an app for Android based handsets and tablets that have GPS capabilities. If you use Google Maps, it can be hard to imagine why anyone would try to take on Maps at it's own game. The answer? Maps navigation does not work ...

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Android Accounts for 54% of Smartphone Sales in the US

Fiercemobilecontent.com is reporting that a mobile market research firm called the "NPD Group" has found that Android had increased it's market share in the US during the 4th quarter of last year.

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HTC Desire Arrives Stateside on “Select Regional Operators” in August [UPDATE: Cellular South]

HTC took to twitter earlier today to let their followers know that the Desire handset would be coming to the United States.  Considered by many to be a “Nexus One with Sense UI” the Desire would make a welcome addition to any carrier’s lineup.  Sadly, neither AT&T nor ...

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