T-Mobile is getting ready to offer unlimited 4G no-contract data plans in the U.S., although it’s not the LTE kind of 4G plans we’re talking about here.
PlayJam’s has accomplished funding for their Kickstarter project in just 30 hours of the launch. They received 100 pledges and are open for more to launch the GameStick on April 13. If you want one of these most-eyed game console, you just need to pledge $79.
Codex The Warrior appears to be the first game for Tegra 4 devices, with NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 platform expected to be unveiled at CES 2013.
Sony seems to be bent on releasing controlled images at regular intervals to garner the required hype before it launches the much touted Xperia Z. The promising images of the sleek handsets speak volumes of what one can expect.
Google has remedied an initial oversight by making digital Play Magazines available for free to customers that are already paying for a print subscription.
HTC and Cricket Wireless have announced the HTC One SV to meet your demands. The smartphone has some exciting features and will be available in stores from January 16 for $349.99.
The Archos team will bring the new TV Connect to your home to change your TV experience. With it, you’ll be able to turn your HDTV into a huge Android tablet with full access to the Play Store!
At CES 2013, Polaroid is going to display its newly launched Kids Tablet, which is designed to offer a fun and interactive experience to children.
Close on the heels of E-Fun’s Nextbook Premium, the 7 GP Nextbook Tablet is set to create ripples in the market. Expected to be launched in the CES 2013, it will be reasonably priced at around $130.
UK mobile users could not have had it better, as the communications regulator Ofcom is set to alter the general conditions that will dissuade operators from indulging in any mid-contract price hikes.