The Nexus 4 has been extremely tough to snag. The device just went back on sale in the Google Play Store yesterday. Reports say that today some people are already getting confirmation that their order has shipped.
YouTube is easily becoming the new medium for TV. This spring the company will be reportedly introducing paid channel subscriptions.
Bad Piggies will be getting a new content update named “Road Hogs.” It’s been labeled as “coming soon” and will presumably be racing themed.
Google Translate now seems to be functioning in the web version of the Google Play Store. It was originally integrated in the app back in November.
Rumors suggest Samsung is working on a new Galaxy Camera. Could it be the successor to the Galaxy Camera or just a Wi-Fi only model of the camera?
Samsung has announced a new color for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. Just like AT&T’s Galaxy S III, the tablet is now available in Garnet Red.
After nearly a year in development, new kart racing game, Cracking Sands, has made its way to the Google Play Store.
Verizon launched their exclusive pink Motorola Droid RAZR M just in time for Valentine’s Day yesterday. Today Best Buy is offering up the device for free as long as you sign up for a new two year contract with Verizon!
Canadian carrier Fido will carry the elusive LG Nexus 4 starting “early February,” only a short while after Videotron receives the device on January 30th.
Rogers will begin carrying the LG Optimus G on the 2600MHz frequency starting in February. Additionally they’ve launched their “Winter White Event.” $100 off of select devices, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.