With all the hub-bub going around today about the Nexus bomb that Google dropped, some have noticed that in the specifications for the Nexus 4, there’s no mention of LTE.
There’s been a lot of chatter these past few weeks about the Samsung Galaxy Note II, and deservedly so. It’s a badass device that all major carriers are expected to
Priced at $299.99 with a two-year service agreement, the phone is expected in the “coming weeks”.
A newly leaked minimum advertised price (MAP) for Verizon has surfaced online which suggests the rumored 5-inch HTC smartphone may arrive under the name of Droid DNA. Known in the
Mobile payment service Isis Mobile Wallet has officially rolled out in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah, according to AT&T. The joint commerce venture was created with T-Mobile USA
Pictures emerged yesterday which show an 5-inch HTC smartphone with Verizon branding, tying recent multiple rumors together. The fine folks at Android Central were passed a trio of images of
Google Play Store offers a lot of goodies for Android users, like there is music, movies, books, magazines, and Android applications. Back in May, Sprint enabled the carrier billing for all the
Verizon today announced that the Motorola Droid Razr HD and Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD will arrive in a week’s time. Slated to hit stores and online October 18, the
Verizon announced yesterday that they will soon see its 4G LTE network expand to reach more than 400 markets, well ahead of schedule. The original goal was to hit 400
Samsung has put together a quick and simple list of U.S. smartphones which are either getting or are expected to receive their Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. As of right
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is officially ready for the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus, according to the nation’s largest wireless carrier. A support page (PDF) has gone live for the update,
Seems like every year around this time we find ourselves looking at a leaked Verizon roadmap with multiple smartphone release dates. Such is the case today as we learn what
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Note II will, in fact, be coming to the United States to all four major carriers. That means you’ll soon see the 5.5-inch phone
Samsung Galaxy Note II was officially unveiled by Samsung a few weeks ago – a device a lot of people are looking forward to. It’s confirmed that both AT&T and Verizon will launch
OK guys and gals, here’s something awesome to consider over this weekend. You know that rumored 5-inch HTC phone/tablet device? The one said to offer a 1080p HD display? Yeah, it’s real.