AT&T and Boingo Wireless are teaming up to bring their customers a wider level of Wi-Fi access while traveling abroad. Although this might sound like a good deal for customers, it comes with a catch for AT&T users.
Hijacking airplanes? There’s an Android app for that!
Looking to free yourself from the wall charger? The Monster Watts WiQiQi charging receiver provides wireless charging for the Galaxy S3, Note 2 or the upcoming Galaxy S4 without requiring a replacement back cover.
HTC One will cost $99 for customers who convert to Sprint
Yesterday, we pondered the ins and outs of the ‘apperating’ system. We concluded that the concept has an awesome upside, and that it could give Android a fresh look, but security issues could be the downfall. While we were positive it would breathe new life into the platform, we didn't see it happening this quickly.