Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 32GB Available for $530 at eBay

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Looking to get a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with the largest amount of storage space? Want to save $70? Well, then look no further than the deal that eBay has going on right now for the 32GB Galaxy Tab 10.1 which is on sale for $529. The deal has about 20 hours remaining on it […]

Why You Should Wait for The Motorola Droid Bionic

Motorola Droid Bionic?

A couple of days ago, we touched on the different incarnations of the upcoming 4G LTE smartphone, the Motorola Droid Bionic. The phone that we knew is dead and the new Droid Bionic that is coming our way this summer remains a complete and utter mystery.Many of you out there are debating whether to get […]

T-Mobile Brings 4G HSPA+ Network to 7 New Cities


Buried within last night’s press release for the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide was an announcement regarding seven new cities that the Magenta carrier has lit up with 4G HSPA+ service. No, it’s not an extensive list but it’s just another sign that T-Mobile’s 4G network continues to grow. Toss in the fact that T-Mobile’s network […]

Droid Charge Is Latest Verizon 4G LTE Smartphone to See Price Drop

Droid Charge

As we get closer to the launch of the Motorola Droid Bionic, it’s no surprise that some of the other 4G LTE smartphones on Verizon are seeing their prices get slashed by online retailers. Just recently, the LG Revolution dropped to a mere $99 on a new contract and Samsung’s Droid Charge is the latest […]

Why 500,000 Android Activations a Day Matters To Android Users

Android Activations Good For Apps

Every day carriers activate over 500,000 new Android devices, welcoming new users to the Android experience on tablets and smartphones. This is much higher than the 275,000 iOS device activations per day which Apple reported back in October. Most users may not care how many new Android devices Google is activating per day, but if you […]

Verizon Trounces Competition in ‘Fastest Mobile Networks’ Testing

Verizon Tests

PCMag has run its annual “Fastest Mobile Networks” testing and Verizon’s 4G LTE network (surprise, surprise) ran away with the overall award for fastest network in the United States. The publication’s tests stretched across 21 cities and featured more than 140,000 tests. The results have produced winners in various categories and we’ll run those down […]

How To Make A SmartPhone Tripod Adapter For Any Phone For Under $10

DIY smartphone tripod

We are going to show you how to make your own smartphone tripod adapter which will allow you to use any smartphone with any tripod. This is especially handy if you want to attach your Android smartphone to a tripod or monopod to get a steady shot or record video of yourself. Unlike the iPhone, […]

Windows Phone 7 to Have Button-Less Design with Mango Update?


The leaked images of Nokia’s Sea Ray Windows Phone 7 prototype revealed a curious fact–that device lacked the three hardware buttons that were required by Microsoft at the time that Windows Phone 7 debuted–Windows, back, and search. At the time of the leak, it was thought that Nokia had special access and privilege to modify […]

Leaked Nokia N5 Reveals Entry Level Symbian Phone with Anna Pre-Loaded

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Leaked images of a new, unannounced Symbian^3 smartphone shows that Nokia may be looking to refresh its entry-level Symbian lineup with a device that may be launched as the Nokia N5. The Nokia N5, as was leaked, has a slate-style form factor with a 3.2-inch display, the Symbian Anna software update pre-loaded, and a 5-megapixel […]

HP TouchPad Coming Friday. Are You Buying?

HP TouchPad

We’re getting closer and closer to the release of the HP TouchPad. Due to hit store shelves this Friday, we’re already seeing that some Walmart and Best Buy locations may be setting out demo units a bit early. So, I’m curious. How many of you are interested in the webOS TouchPad and are thinking of […]

Cheaper Motorola XPRT Leaked for Sprint Reveals Portrait QWERTY Android Smartphone


After targeting the BlackBery Bold demographics with its Motorola XPRT for Sprint, the duo will now be targeting the lower-end BlackBerry Curve demographics with a cheaper Android smartphone sporting a similar front-facing full QWERTY keyboard for thumb typers. Hoping to cure the consumer crackberry addiction, this leaked handset comes with lower-end specs. The leaked image […]

4 New Nokia Symbian Handsets with Symbian Belle, 1 GHz CPU


Nokia, which had been modestly conservative with its CPU clock speeds in the past due to the efficient nature of Symbian in resource requirements, is making an aggressive play in the Symbian arena with regards to specs. A leaked data sheet reveals 4 new, unannounced Symabian^3 smartphones–Cindy, Fate, Helen, and Zeta–all of which sport the […]

7 Android Camera Apps to Take Better Photos

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The camera on your Android smartphone can easily deliver spectacular shots on par with many point and shoot cameras. While the camera app will vary from phone to phone, you can always upgrade to a better camera app to take your Android photography skills to the next level. Next time you go out for a photography walk […]

In Last Six Months, E-Readers Outgrow Tablets

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While quite a few adults–3 percent–own both an e-reader device and a tablet, within the last six months e-reader adoption has outpaced tablet adoption according to the latest study by Pew Internet research. From November 2010 to May 2011, the number of American adults who own an e-reader has doubled to 12 percent from 6 […]

MoviePass: Just Like Netflix, But for the Big Screen


MoviePass is a new movie-going and movie watching service that takes your movie experience to the cinematic big screen. Like Netflix’s subscription service for entertainment, MoviePass, now in beta, will allow users to pay a $50 per month fee to watch as many movies as they want each month in select theaters. Currently, the service […]

Working Demo Units of HP webOS TouchPad Already Displayed at Retailers


If you’re itching to get some hands-on time with HP‘s first webOS tablet, the TouchPad, prior to the device’s July 1st availability, you can do so as a number of retailers have now installed working demo and display units. According to PreCentral, several Walmart and Best Buy locations have been spotted as to installing display […]