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Tom Wyatt

Android is undoubtedly the most flexible phone operating system out there, and I write to give the users of Android the latest news, app reviews and walkthroughs of today's technology.

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HTC and Verizon event set to take place on November 13th in NYC

An invite to an event held by both HTC and Verizon appears to state that they will reveal their 'latest collaboration', on November 13th in NYC.
by Tom WyattNovember 6, 20122

Samsung Galaxy Discover arrives on Telus prepaid

Samsung's latest entry level device, the Galaxy Discover, running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has arrived as a prepaid phone at Telus, designed for the more light-hearted approach to ...
by Tom WyattNovember 6, 2012

Verizon support page reveals HTC Droid DNA before its announcement

Verizon's upcoming 5-inch 1080p device named HTC Droid DNA has been published as a registered device on its support page before the official announcement.
by Tom WyattOctober 31, 20123

Xperia Tablet S to resume sales mid-November

Sony Japan have confirmed that the 9.4-inch Xperia Tablet S will resume sales mid-November. A few weeks ago the company halted sales when a small manufacturing fault was found where ...
by Tom WyattOctober 27, 2012

Dead Trigger’s Halloween update is here, with a bundle of new features

Madfinger Games have released its Dead Trigger Halloween Update previously hinted at on its Facebook page. The update brings a new breed of zombie, a festive arena, and a new weapon.
by Tom WyattOctober 26, 20122

Ink-free Wireless Smartphone Photo Printer costs $220, works with Android and iOS devices

Hammacher Schlemmer unveils new 'Wireless Smartphone Printer', that requires no ink and works with Android and iOS devices.
by Tom WyattOctober 24, 20127

Dead Trigger Halloween-themed update hinted at by Madfinger Games through image teaser

With Halloween just around the corner, game developers are releasing themed updates that go with the season. For one, survival horror first-person shooter Dead Trigger is getting a ...
by Tom WyattOctober 23, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 to be released in black come October 24

Samsung will release the black Galaxy S3 version on October 24, thus answering calls for the traditional black color that seems to make any smartphone look strikingly pleasing. Samsung ...
by Tom WyattOctober 22, 20123

Orbitz.com applies expertise to new Hotels by Orbitz Android app

Orbitz.com, one of the market's leading resources for travel and booking online, has recently released an Android app, Hotels by Orbitz, where users can find, book and indulge in hotels ...
by Tom WyattOctober 22, 2012

LG tells the story of the latest multitasking brain wave, QSlide

LG steps up its mobile game with the new innovative multitasking function 'QSlide', featured on Optimus G, quite possibly the company's most ambitious device on the market to date.
by Tom WyattOctober 21, 20126
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