Galaxy Note Olympic Edition

As you probably already know, Samsung is the official sponsor of the London 2012 Summer Olympics, which means one thing and one thing only for us tech enthusiasts. Several of the company’s... gadgets will be redesigned, rebranded, and receive special editions, to celebrate the Games and get us all in an Olympic fever pitch.

The Galaxy S3 has already been announced as the event’s o...

samsung-apple-wars

While Google and Oracle are still fiercely battling it out in court in a patent infringement war whose outcome is almost impossible to predict, the Apple vs Samsung clash is about to enter a... new phase. The mediation stage will start today, as it was scheduled for around three weeks, and is set to end tomorrow, hopefully with some sort of truce.

For those of you who’ve been living...

Google_On_Motorola

Following the approval that Google had received from US and European regulators for the acquisition of Motorola Mobility, the last big hurdle before the finalization... of the buyout was the blessing from the Chinese authorities.

It looks like the acquisition plan can finally be completed, as Google announced over the weekend that the $12.5 billion deal has been a...

World-Phones

You loved your Android phone back home, but what if it won’t work when you head to Europe for a two-week vacation? What if you’re in Japan for a business trip and your Android smartphones data... plan isn’t working because your carrier’s coverage is nowhere to be found? Thankfully, it looks like more and more carriers are opening up their devices to be compatible with networks abroad

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T-Mobile

It looks like T-Mobile USA is getting proactive in their attempts to mitigate the quarterly loss of postpaid subscribers. The number four mobile carrier in the nation has announced a new pricing structure... for their prepaid mobile broadband service that should give customers a better bang for their buck.

T-Mobile lost 510,000 contract customers last quarter, so finding other ways to stay competitive ha...

HTC One X

If you’re an Android user who loves to root your phone, you’re probably well versed on the benefits of apps that allow you to control your phone’s CPU. From over and under clocking, to... setting CPU governors, apps such as SetCPU give you ultimate control over the performance and power saving of your device.  Now the good folks over at XDA-Developers have developed a similar app for...

Roughly 75,000 people are working to make the Samsung Galaxy S3

Yes, believe it or not dear readers, there are roughly 75,000 people working hard right now to manufacture the Samsung Galaxy S3. If you’ve read the recent... report saying that there are 9 million pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S3, you must be wondering whether these people can actually make 9 million units in time for its release? The short answer is...

htc one x

On Tuesday, news broke that US Customs had blocked imports of the HTC One X and the HTC EVO 4G LTE, effectively preventing HTC’s flagships from reaching American customers. The embargo was enforced... due to an exclusion order by the International Trade Commission (ITC). The ITC ruled back in December that HTC’s Android devices infringe on two of Apple’s patents, but gave the Taiwanese a respite...

This will be the phone to beat in 2012 - the Samsung Galaxy S3

What do we have here? The well-known Android developer that goes by the name of Chainfire has managed to root the Samsung Galaxy S3 even before the phone is released. Isn’t that amazing?... Well if this is the first time you hear such news it is indeed amazing. But for the more avid Android fans, this news is nothing new. For one thing, Chainfire is an established developer and many of tho...

Samsung Galaxy S3

It’s no doubt that the most anticipated Android smartphone right now is the Samsung Galaxy S3. The excitement over the S3 continues to heat up, as many are still uncertain as to when it... will become available in Canada and the U.S. Last we heard, a U.S. version of the phone has just reached the FCC, and, in case you’re not aware, once a new device has reached the FCC for scrutiny...