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The Galaxy Note 5.3″ – “Largest Screen with Smartphone Portability” [Video]

Yesterday at IFA Samsung sent a message to all their competitors that they take the Android ecosystem very seriously, and they want to be not only the biggest player in it, but also ...
by LucianSeptember 2, 201113

Motorola PRO+ Heading to EU, Asia in October

The Motorola PRO+ will be invading Europe and Asia this coming October, according to the latest information from Motorola Mobility. Motorola Mobility may also make the ...
by Alvin YbañezSeptember 1, 2011

Android Targeted By Trojan Hack

Not to alarm you but Android malware is steadily on the rise. This is mostly prompted by the fact that the OS has become a massively popular mobile platform. Digital troublemakers ...
by Aerol BibatAugust 29, 20111

Battle of the Rugged Android Smartphones: Motorola DEFY+ VS. Samsung Galaxy Xcover VS. Sony Ericsson Xperia Active

I have a dream, and that dream is that a few years from now, most smartphones will be “rugged”,  which means being water resistant, dust-proof, scratch-proof, and last ...
by LucianAugust 28, 201127

Preview of the New HTC Sense 3.5 UI

HTC was the first manufacturer to put a skin on Android, and arguably they did a pretty good job at it. While everyone else has been scrambling to catch-up to their first version of ...
by LucianAugust 26, 20113

Cyanogen Mod Brings Android 2.3.5 To The Motorola Triumph

The Motorola Triumph is one of the better handsets in the market right now. It’s got a decent 4.1-inch WVGA screen, nice 2GB of storage, and a fairly reasonable $300 price tag. ...
by Aerol BibatAugust 14, 20113

Sprint Busts Out The Samsung Conquer 4G For Their Lineup

Sprint has been talking up its 4G network for awhile, however, the cost of entry has been a bit prohibitive. Fortunately, Samsung’s here to the rescue. The two have paired up ...
by Aerol BibatAugust 8, 2011

The Sheng 708 Shows Up In Hong Kong

Diversity produces innovation. It’s great to have a lot of products in a competing market – they sort of encourage each other to improve. Here’s an example of that ...
by Aerol BibatJuly 20, 2011

Cricket Wireless To Bring In Huawei Ascend II

Huawei may not exactly be in the same pedigree as Nokia or Motorola, but the China-based company has been consistently putting out quality electronics for a while now. They’re ...
by Aerol BibatJuly 13, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Z Delivers Cheaper Galaxy Performance

So you want to own Samsung’s latest Galaxy S II but don’t have the cash for it? Well, it’s good that Samsung is looking out for the bottom line and remembering ...
by Aerol BibatJuly 1, 20112
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