I’ve turned more and more into a tablet user during these last months. Although I’ve got my first tablet around the same time last year, tablets began to “catch me” a bit later, perhaps after I got my iPad 2 and my Asus Transformer. I still have them both, use them almost daily and am overall satisfied with the experience, although both have their issues.
Still, since a lot of friends and readers have asked me for advice on tablets they should get by the end of this year, during Black Friday yesterday, I took a couple of minutes hours to look at the tablet offers listed online by the big retailers. And I can’t say I was too happy with what [...]
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been long awaited since we first heard of the codename “Nexus Prime.” As months longed for an answer, we finally got our eyes to focus on the final prize.
Now that line waiting phone crazies have been notified of the device, it is still a mystery when in the hopeful near future it will be released.
New word tells that the Galaxy Nexus could be released in the shady area of Black Friday, which is, without question, one of the largest shopping days of the year. Verizon Wireless really does not have an explanation of the recently leaked pictures, but it is probably because of boosting sales
In the above picture, Verizon Wireless [...]
I just got a note from T-Mobile USA informing me that it will be offering the Motorola CLIQ for $50 less than normal this coming Friday/Saturday/Sunday, also know as Black Friday Weekend (November 27th through the 29th, 2009).
The CLIQ normally costs $199.99 with a contract, and $399.99 without a contract, but for this weekend you’ll be able to get it for $149.99 or $349.99. And not that you Android-freaks would be interested, but T-Mobile will also be offering the same $50 price drop on its new BlackBerry Bold 9700 and the Samsung Highlight, as well.
But trust me, you’d rather have the [...]
A Gizmodo tipster has provided an (unofficial) document that allegedly lists 12 new upcoming phones from Verizon. This document appears to have been scanned in, but it is slightly unclear as to why. The document is certainly not an official Verizon product listing (unlike before), made evident from a mixture of the use of the first person, and terminology such as ‘about 12 new phones’. Why the tipster was unable to email this is information is unclear. Perhaps they were worried about Verizon auto-checking their work’s sent-email for certain key phrases and thus flagging it up as a leak? I guess it’s possible.
Either way, [...]