Users of the Rhapsody music streaming service who listen to their music on the go are in luck. Yesterday an update for the Rhapsody Android app arrived, bringing an improved, tablet-friendly interface and a bunch of new features.
A while ago, we reviewed the Lenovo IdeaTab S2110, which was more or less Lenovo’s answer to the Asus Transformer series. Now, we’re taking a look at the Lenovo IdeaTab A2109, which seems to be their answer to the Nexus 7, but with a larger 9-inch screen. Is the similarly spec’d Lenovo IdeaTab A2109 a solid alternative to Google’s Nexus 7, or is it too little too late?
While the release date for the Android version of Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition is still listed as “TBA” on the game’s website, a tweet by the game’s Creative Director, Trent Oster, says the game will hopefully be coming to Android tablets on November 28.
Back in July, we reported on the upcoming ZTE Flash. After that, the phone seemed to promptly disappear. Now it’s back on the radar, although it has had its name changed to the Sprint Flash.
Verizon released a 4G LTE-equipped version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 back in August, and now its big brother, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is getting a 4G LTE version, courtesy of Sprint.
While AT&T Locker has been available for Android devices for a while now, with the app hitting Apple’s App Store today, it seems that AT&T is ready to begin the marketing push behind the cloud service.
When the Sprint LG Viper was launched back in April, it was running Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Finally, the phone is getting an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and it’s rolling out starting today.
Until now, Google Drive and Google+ have both been services that make sharing easy, but in very different and separate ways. Now the two services have become more closely linked, with Google Drive adding the option to share anything directly to Google+.
In a press release today, T-Mobile and AT&T announced that they will be entering a temporary agreement to allow roaming for customers of either network in the areas hit by Hurricane Sandy.
While ZTE’s smartphone sales are expected to top off at around 25 million, 10 million less than predicted, it seems to take more than that to take the wind out of the company’s sails. ZTE has announced that it expects to sell 50 million smartphones in 2013.