A new image has surfaced to the net showing what is supposedly a prototype of a new Samsung device with a clearly different design from the company’s typical style.
Sony is looking to step up its retail game by re-opening three Sony Stores and creating Sony Gallery locations in major shopping centers.
Apparently Verizon is releasing the aging LG Optimus L3 to its network, rebranded as an entry-level smartphone called the LG Optimus Zone.
Yesterday Dish Network threw a pretty big wrench into Softbank’s plans to takeover Sprint, offering up its own bid of $25.5 billion. Despite Dish’s proposal, Softbank still expects to complete the deal with Sprint on July 1st.
In recent years Android has certainly expanded well beyond just the smartphone, finding itself on televisions, set-top boxes, tablets and even cameras. What you might not know is that when Android was first conceived, it wasn’t even aimed at smartphones.
We’ve known for a while now that the HTC One is coming to T-Mobile, we just didn’t know the exact date. If a new internal memo is to be believed, the date could in fact be April 24th.
Last week we reported that Verizon was planning a Jelly Bean update for the Motorola Droid Bionic for release on April 15th. Right on schedule, the update has now started rolling out to Bionic owners.
OfficeSuite Pro 7.1 has now arrived for Android, bringing with it tons of interesting new features including multi-window support for select Samsung devices.
For a limited time, Walmart customers that purchase the 16GB or 32GB model of the Nook HD+ will receive a $70 e-gift card.
It looks like the Droid Bionic is getting an update, come Monday. Verizon has now released a detailed page that lists the update as build number 98.72.22.XT875, which brings with it Android 4.1.2.