Archives For February 2012
A new concept MacBook Pro with a removable trackpad and iRemote shows us what the Apple remote app for iPad and iPhone should really be.
Verizon will bring its high-speed 4G LTE network to new markets on March 15th.
Android 4.0 for the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is rolling out for U.S. owners tomorrow.
AT&T's new Samsung Rugby Smart can withstand falls, water, dust, and just about anything you can think of thanks to its military spec build.
The Samsung Galaxy S II has just passed the 20 million sold mark meaning the Galaxy S III has huge shoes to fill.
This leaked press shot of the HTC One X shows off the front of HTC's new 4.7 inch smartphone, including Sense 4.0 and capacitive buttons.
These tablets have a lot in common, but in a feature by feature comparison it's clear that each appeals to different shoppers' needs.
The Solmate iPhone case protects your iPhone with a sleek case that adds solar charging and Qi wireless charging.
AT&T is kicking off a new eco-rating system designed to help consumers make informed smartphone purchases based on how green a phone is.
Google Trackpad Patent Hints at Lapdock Accessory for Android 5.0 Jelly Bean?
Fujitsu to Introduce Rugged Quad-Core Android Arrows Smartphone at MWC
Verizon Customers Want the Galaxy Note, Petition Begins to Let Big Red Know
Asus' MWC Teaser Suggests Transforming Padfone Announcement?
Will T-Mobile USA's 4G LTE Network Allow for AT&T 4G Roaming?
ZTE to Announce 8 New Multi-Core Smartphones at MWC, Some with LTE
4 + 1 = Tegra 3, According to NVIDIA
If you live in a big city, you could probably walk the streets and find a Windows Phone in the wild eventually. In Alabama, I could walk the streets for weeks without seeing a Windows Phone in someone's hands.
Dell and Intel are headed to New York with the XPS 13 Ultrabook.
A look at the quad-core smartphones rumored for this year's Mobile World Congress.
Babies don't like 4G outages any more than adult Verizon customers. At least that's my recent experience with my son, who does a pretty good job of expressing his feelings toward Verizon when 4G disappears for no apparent reason.
LG has reaffirmed its commitment to 3D mobile devices with the announcement of the Optimus 3D Max.
What to expect from Nokia at Mobile World Congress 2012.
27 hit songs from The Beatles are available as ringtones on iTunes, selling for the same price as the full songs.
Google updates Google Docs for Android to add rich text editing and collaboration for Android smartphones and tablets.
With numerous Verizon 4G LTE outages, should Verizon Wireless start offering credit to customers who are without service when 4G LTE is out?
Verizon says that the carrier's fourth LTE outage in three months has been dealt with.
Want to know what the Smartphone market will look like in a few years? This infographic looks into the future of smartphone apps and growth.
LG's first quad-core smartphone now has a name: Optimus 4X HD.
An in-depth look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S Blaze for T-Mobile.
Someone's gone through a lot of trouble to make Dell look like it's using video of a heavyset man farting powder into the air to promote the company's personal computers.
We test out AirPlay for Mac, a new feature buil in to OS X Mountain Lion that lets you stream wirelessly from a Mac to an Apple TV.
Sport Illustrated Swimsuit 2012 iOS app gives you everything you want from the magazine's march swimsuit issue.
LG's upcoming Optimus Vu smartphone has shown up in a video demo today.
Instagram for Android is the latest app, "Coming Soon" to Android. We look at why apps come to Android after the iPhone and iPad.