Best Buy To Get iPad 3 Shipments on March 9

Best Buy Could get the iPad 3 as early as March 9th.

The iPad 3 will be announced on March 7, that we already know. In the past, iPad launches came at least a week before the tablet actually reached store shelves. This year, the iPad 3 release could be different. A source has confirmed that Best Buy stores will get iPad 3 shipments on March 9. […]

Android 5.0 Release Date Pegged for Fall 2012

Android 5.0 Release Date Pegged for Fall 2012

While we have heard a bit about Google’s upcoming successor to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, Android 5.0 Jelly Bean, we hadn’t heard about when it would be releasing the software. That is, until today, when Hiroshi Lockheimer, vice president of engineering for mobile at Google, seemingly confirmed a fall launch date for […]

Google Voice Fails at Being Your Only Phone Number

Google voice

Google Voice offers “One Number” to ring all of your phones, and to send text messages to all of your phones. The free tool is one of my favorite services, but it falls short of being the only number you need to give people. Currently you can make and receive calls and send and receive text messages, but Google […]

Will the HTC Jewel Be Sprint’s HTC EVO LTE?

Will the HTC Jewel Be Sprint's HTC EVO LTE?

At Mobile World Congress 2012, HTC introduced the HTC One X smartphone for AT&T. It also announced the HTC One S for T-Mobile. Surprisingly absent was a device for Sprint, the carrier that helped make HTC a household name with the launch of the HTC EVO 4G in 2010. Fortunately, it seems that HTC hasn’t […]

Apple’s iPad 3 Event: What You Should Expect

Apple's iPad 3 Event: What You Should Expect

Google’s Eric Schmidt just took the stage at the Mobile World Congress 2012 and lo and behold, Apple has sent out invites to an iPad event set to take place in San Francisco on March 7th. The event will be going down at a familiar venue, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and it’s […]

Sony Tablet P Lands on AT&T on March 4th for $399.99

Sony Tablet P

It’s been a long time since Sony announced the Tablet S and Tablet P. The Tablet S was released months ago, but in the US we still haven’t seen any hint of the dual-screen Tablet P. That is until today. AT&T announced that the Sony Tablet P will be coming to its network on March […]

Apple Announces iPad 3 Event on March 7th in San Francisco

Official IPad 3 announcement March 7th Apple

Apple just sent out press invites for the company’s iPad 3 event. The iPad 3 announcement will take place on March 7th at 10 AM Pacific at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, where Apple has announced the iPad and iPad 2. On March 7th, we’ll finally find out everything we want to know […]

Why Only 5% of Verizon Customers Are on 4G LTE

Verizon 4G LTE coverage

Verizon’s 4G LTE network is being used by an incredibly small number of early adopters, but the number of Verizon 4G LTE users is poised to grow dramatically in 2012. According to The Wall Street Journal, only 5% of Verizon customers are using 4G LTE. Based on the last report of subscribers, that’s 4.4 million […]

Official: Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Available At Verizon Wireless March 1

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

Samsung’s other, other 7-inch Honeycomb tablet, the Galaxy Tab 7.7, will be available through Verizon Wireless starting later this week on March 1. The slim 7-incher will cost $499 with a two year contract (yes, with) for Verizon’s 4G LTE service. Before you plotz from sticker shock, keep in mind that the Tab 7.7 is […]

Ford SYNC OpenXC Opens In Car Development, SYNC Arrives in Europe

Ford B Max

Ford SYNC has changed the way our cars interact with our phones, the Internet and apps. Now, as Ford SYNC arrives in Europe on the B-MAX, Ford is kicking SYNC up a notch and introducing OpenXC, a new toolkit to speed development of SYNC compatible apps at small developers and universities. The B-Max is the […]

GottaBeFunded: Last Alert – Find Your iPhone Even When It’s Dead

Last Alert iPhone Apps

Dan Shapley spends an inordinate amount of time looking for his iPhone. It’s not that he’s prone to losing it himself so much, he just lives in a house with game-obsessed kids. “I’ve got three kids that continually sneak off to some corner of the house with my iPhone, play games until the battery dies, […]

Must Have App for late Night iPhone and iPad Users

flux for iphone

If you use your iPad or iPhone in bed you need to download f.lux. f.lux is a free application that automatically adjusts the color of your iPhone or iPad’s display to look more like the light around you. During the day the display looks like the sun, just like it normally does, and at night […]

Dell’s XPS 13 Ultrabook Now Available and Shipping

The Dell XPS 13

Dell’s XPS 13 ultrabook, which has a footprint closer to that of the MacBook Air 11 than the comparable 13-inch MacBook Air, is now available for shipping. Customers interested in Dell’s first foray into the ultrabook category can visit Dell to order theirs today. The device is being billed a a high performance and lightweight […]

HTC Confirms Launch Plans for New Phones With Windows Phone Apollo OS


Smartphone-maker HTC, which manufactures phones running on Microsoft’s Windows Phone and Google’s Android operating systems, confirms that it would be launching new smartphone hardware once Microsoft releases the next-generation of Windows Phone OS codenamed Apollo. Apollo, which some have been referring to as Windows Phone 8, will be a major OS revision for Microsoft as […]

AT&T Continues to Spin Tiered Data Plans; Offers Developers a Way to Pay for Consumer Data Charges


After having created an uproar by eliminating the unlimited data plans just days before launching the iPhone 4, AT&T is seemingly continuing its vendetta against unlimited iPhone data plan subscribers who had been grandfathered in before the carrier switched over to tiered data plans. Most recently, the ‘rethink possible’ carrier had created an outraged community […]

Did Corning Out Transformer Pad Infinity Launch Date with Availability of Gorilla Glass 2 Release?


At Mobile World Congress, Corning announced that consumers can expect to find devices–both tablets and smartphones–with the company’s Gorilla Glass 2 glass screens starting in the April or May timeline. The company highlighted that both smartphone- and tablet-manufacturers Acer and Asus have announced products or roadmaps for devices in the future that will launch with […]

Google Street View Coming to Next Navigon iOS Update


Navigon announced at Mobile World Congress that it will be releasing new app updates to its turn-by-turn, voice guided navigation apps for Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android platform this spring. On iOS, Navigon will be brining Google Street View to the GPS navigation app, allowing Navigon iPhone and iPad owners to get street-level views of […]

Carrier Orange Announces Santa Clara Android Smartphone with Intel Medfield CPU


Previously rumored as the Orange London smartphone, wireless carrier Orange took to the stage at Mobile World Congress to announce the device as the Santa Clara smartphone, an Android-powered device with support for Intel’s x86 Atom-based Medfield CPU, rather than ARM chipsets. The Orange Santa Clara phone is among the first smartphones to run on […]