The Motorola XT1058, aka the X Phone, has shown up on GFX Benchmark with a 1.7GHz processor and 720p display. What really stands out is the graphics tests, which shows the XT1058 achieving higher FPS than the HTC One and Galaxy S4.
The newly introduced “Unlocking Technology Act of 2013″ aims to make cellphone unlocking completely legit. The act will also legalize ripping movies and other content for personal use. Read on to learn more!
You may love your Galaxy Tab 7.7, but probably don’t feel the same about ICS. The good news is that Jelly Bean has finally arrived. The bad news is that the update currently only applies to parts of Southeast Asia. Read on to learn more!
Looking for a prepaid service that works on AT&T’s network? AT&T has now launched a new MVNO, Aio Wireless. Smartphone plans start at just $55. Read on to learn more!
According to a new report from IHS, the AT&T 16GB version of the Galaxy S4 costs $237 to build. So why do we pay $200, with contract, for the handset? Read on to learn more!
What if there was a way to magically transform your smartphone into a tool for gauging the weather? That’s essentially what WeatherSignal sets out to do, using the power of crowdsourcing, big data and modern smartphone technology.
If a new rumor is to be believed, B&N is looking to discontinue its Android tablet line. Even more intriguing, Microsoft is looking to buy up Nook Media LLC. Read on to learn more!
Apex Launcher has just received a new update to version 2.0, bringing with it the ability to display notifications as badges above certain apps.
Earlier this week, the U.S. Senate voted in favor of the Internet Sales tax bill. What does the new bill mean and how will it affect you? Read on to learn more!
After only a month on the market, AT&T has now announced that the HTC First is jumping down in price to just $.99 with two-year agreement. The outright price is also dropping to $350.