The Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 5 debate is raging! We have a hands-on video comparison between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the new iPhone 5 to help you make your mind! Check it out!
We have the first iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3 drop test online! We dropped the two devices four times each and we have the video to show the results. It ain’t pretty!
Today in London, Motorola and Intel hosted a joint event to announce the newest member of the Razr family and the first phone from Motorola to feature an Intel processor – the Motorola RAZR i.
As we informed you last week, Motorola and Intel are hosting a joint event in London today, presumably to announce Moto’s first Intel-powered phone. Rumors say that the device might be a European variant of the recently announced Motorola Razr M, but we can’t rule out a surprise, like a Droid Razr HD featuring an Atom processor, or even an entirely new device.
Nvidia announced on its blog on Friday that its TegraZone app on Google Play has reached the 5 million downloads milestone. This impressive performance makes TegraZone the leading game discovery service on Google Play.
This week, a report hit the web claiming that Google has strong-armed Acer into cancelling the launch of the CloudMobile A800, a smartphone running Aliyun, the Android-based operating system developed by Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba. Google has now clarified the problem.
U.S. Cellular might not be one of the top four networks in the U.S. market, but that doesn’t stop it from competing against the major carriers with its own great service and exclusive devices. Recently, U.S. Cellular released a new exclusive for the midrange market, the Motorola Electrify 2. Now they are offering something new for the budget crowd with the LG Splendor.
Just a couple of days have passed since Jeff Bezos summoned the press in an aircraft hangar in Santa Monica to introduce Amazon’s new Kindle Fire family of tablets. Now, a number of high-profile game publishers have already revealed that they are working on games that are optimized for the new Kindle Fires.
According to a report from the Korean website DDaily, Samsung had initially planned to fit the newly launched Galaxy Note 2 with a 13MP image sensor supplied by Sony. The report explains some of the rumors about the Note 2 that circulated a few months ago, which eventually proved inaccurate. The Galaxy Note 2 is fitted with “just” an 8MP camera, identical with the one in Samsung’s other flagship, the Galaxy S3.
According to some leaked screenshots, AT&T is indeed getting the new Note 2, sometimes “very soon”. Codenamed SGH-I317, the AT&T Galaxy Note 2 will come with LTE and a quad-core processor.