It seems that mobile retailer Phones 4u is ready to move beyond just selling smartphones and tablets, preparing to launch its own mobile virtual network. The new service will be called LIFE Mobile and will utilize EE as its partner.
For those that live in the UK and are considering preordering the Sony Xperia Z, you might want to think about getting it through Clove. As a special preorder promotion the retailer is including a free Sony SRS-BTV5 wireless speaker.
Thought the 5.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the upcoming 6.1-inch Huawei Ascend Mate were giants? Now a new rumor suggests that Sony might be taking things even further with a 6.44-inch phablet of their own.
Sick of waiting to get your hands on the LG Nexus 4 and looking for an alternative? If you don’t mind signing a contract, Amazon Wireless is now carrying the AT&T version of the Optimus G for just $49.
It looks like the HTC Butterfly is heading its way to India later this month for the stunningly high price of INR 44,000 (about $815), making it the most expensive Android smartphone available in India
It seems that AT&T is no longer content with sticking to only the U.S. market. According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, AT&T may be looking to expand outside of the United States and into Europe.
Up until now, Google Play was bundling their unlocked Nexus 7 HSPA+ model with an AT&T SIM card, requiring T-Mobile users to buy their SIM card separately. Starting today, Google Play will now offer a T-Mobile SIM card bundle as well.
Still rocking the Motorola Atrix 4G, despite the fact it is has been stuck with Android 2.3 Gingerbread all this time? Your patience might finally be paying off. It seems that ICS could be heading to the Atrix 4G soon.
Looking to get your hands on a high-end tablet for Android app development and testing? Qualcomm is interested in helping you out it seems. The company has announced they are giving away three high-end Snapdragon S4 Pro developer tablets.
It seems that Baidu has its eye on the mobile market in Africa and the Middle East. The Chinese search giant is partnering up with Orange to pre-install its mobile browser on Android handsets in nineteen countries in the region.