Google Finally Owns Motorola Mobility

Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility is finally closed, giving Google a new hardware division. Google CEO Larry Page announced the acquisition on the Of...
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Samsung Galaxy S III vs HTC One X

Today Samsung announced its new flagship, the Galaxy S III. It's an impressive Android smartphone, but it comes into the market with some tough competition. Whe...
HTC Developing a Facebook Phone?

HTC Developing a Facebook Phone?

HTC could be trying its hand at making a Facebook phone once again, this time with the help of Facebook itself. According to Digitimes, HTC and Facebook are ...
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Ditch Expensive (Or Spam-Filled) Hotel Wi-Fi With These Alternatives

According to Hotel Chatter's Hotel Wi-Fi report, hotels pay an average of $7,500 a year to maintain their Wi-Fi networks yet make an average profit of $200,000. Is that the sound of travelers being ripped off I hear? Yeah, it is. Instead of using hotel wireless when you travel, consider these alternatives.

Why Ford Should Make a Green Smartphone

While smartphone manufacturers have moved past the days of neon green trim on green smartphones, environmentally friendly smartphones remain niche products that...
HTC One S Camera

HTC One S Camera and Video Samples

One of the features HTC is very proud of on the T-Mobile HTC One S and other One series smartphones is the camera on the back. It features a 28mm wide-angle f/2...

T-Mobile HTC One S Review

The HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE may be getting the lion’s share of attention from Android lovers these days, but there are two other handsets in the HTC One se...

HTC EVO 4G LTE More Popular Than Galaxy Nexus For Sprint?

Yesterday I asked you, our dear readers, whether you preferred stock Android or a skin like HTC Sense for your smartphone. So far the voting shows a distinct trend: stock Android rules. However, looking at the comparison post I did between the new HTC EVO 4G LTE and the Galaxy Nexus, readers overwhelmingly voted for the Evo.