Archives For February 2012
With the iPad 3 release date quickly approaching, Kindle Fire owners are eying the iPad 3 as an upgrade to the budget Kindle Fire. Are you?
Nokia has become the number one WIndows Phone vendor after being in the market for just one quarter.
Samsung is rumored to be working on a device called the Samsung Galaxy B which might feature a bezel-less design.
Power Felt takes advantage of the under-utilized potential of thermoelectrics to use your natural body heat to generate electricity.
Apple acquires Chomp to make finding apps in the App Store much easier.
The HTC Edge and the HTC Ville have appeared in new photos today ahead of their launch at this year's MWC.
Production of a Google Nexus tablet is rumored to be starting in April.
The Acer Liquid Glow is a budget Android 4.0 smartphone that's set to launch at Mobile World Congress
Netflix has confirmed the grim news. It currently has no plans to release an app for the BlackBerry PlayBook or other BlackBerry devices.
It appears that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE will be hitting Verizon on March 1st for $499.99.
This new app shows you what kind of info ads send to their networks about you, which apps are responsible for notification spam and more.
iPhone Ads are straightforward, simple and sell iPhones well. Watch every iPhone ad ever mad in one place, plus, the top 5 iPhone ads made.
If you want Flash on the iPad, OnLive Desktop delivers it for $5 a month, along with access to Office on the iPad.
A speedy LTE network, better data plans, and sweet streaming content make many want to see the Galaxy Note on the Now Network, well, now.
Apple Ready to Shrink Dock Connector on Next iDevice
NEC Shows Off Large Screen, Dual-Screen, and Slim Form Factor Android Phones Ahead of MWC
Faster WiFi Speeds as a Benefit of Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Chips
iFixIt Repair Service Confirms Retina Display on iPad 3
Texas Instruments Promises More Powerful Dual-Core OMAP5 CPUs in Quad-Core World
Acer CloudMobile Android Smartphone Shown Off on Video Ahead of MWC
Samsung Shows Off Powerful Quad-Core Exynos ARM Processors
Galaxy Note Successor Gets Bluetooth Approval
If you happen to check out the HTC job board on occasion, you would have noticed a lot of jobs pop up over the last year for social, community, and so forth.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is currently available for a mere $150 at AT&T.
Apparently Box is trying to get me to switch from Dropbox. Box is giving Android users, new and existing, who log into Box with their Android phone or tablet over the next month, 50 gigabytes of free storage.
The Motorola Droid X has received a massive bug fix update.
PaperKarma is a smartphone app that takes pictures of junk mail and tries to make it stop.
LG's Optimus 3D Max, Optimus 4X HD and Optimus Vu have all surfaced on video.
Apple tries to help users find music that will sound better on their iPhones with Mastered for iTunes.
It's possible to sell your bodily fluids to pay for Apple's latest iPad. But do you really want to?
A look at how Motorola is failing its Android customers.
iPhone users are ready to pay with their phones, which could point towards NFC in the iPhone 5, due later this year.
Rickshaw sleeve cases look nice and are made to last. They have one for your MacBook, iPad, Kindle Fire or DSLR. Check out my review.
An Android 4.0 beta ROM has arrived for select Sony Xperia smartphones.