The Samsung Galaxy Core, a dual-SIM device leaked a little while ago, has now been made official by the Korean company, and it comes in a single SIM flavor too. But what else does it offer?
Sony has started selling the unlocked HSPA+ version of the Xperia Z in the U.S. through its Sony Store. How much will it cost you to get one?
The Casetop Kickstarter project wants to help you turn your smartphone (which could be almost any possible Android smartphone) into a laptop. Find out how!
A new Samsung Galaxy S4 TV ad is out and it’s about highlighting some of the smartphone’s most interesting features. And making fun of Apple, of course. Check out the rest of the article to see it!
The Acer Iconia A1 is now completely official, and the most interesting part is its price tag, which could put it in the position to compete with the Nexus 7. But does it have 3G or not?
Don’t want to spend cash on a smart scale? Use FitScales to convert your Wii Balance Board into an Android-connected scale.
The LG Optimus G Pro smartphone is now available in the U.S. exclusively at AT&T. Tell us in your poll, what grade do you give it?
With noted industry veteran Noah Falstein recently revealing that he works at Google on a gaming related project, we wonder about the significance of the move. Is Google preparing a push in gaming?
In today’s app update roundup we get revamped user experiences from TripAdvisor Hotels Flights, and WeatherBug, as well as trends from around the world for the Twitter app, among many other interesting things.
The HTC One HDR microphone, the same one that caused some issue with Nokia, has been removed quietly from the specs list on the company’s website.