Samsung has just confirmed the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for three of its best tablets – the Galaxy Tab 2 7, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, and the Note 10.1.
Ever since Sony has introduced the Xperia Z in Las Vegas during CES, we’ve been all eyes and ears to make sure we’re bringing you all the availability updates issued around the world.
Rumors started to emerge a couple of months ago that Sprint would like to buy up the rest of the controlling shares in Clearwire. The deal, which is worth $2.2 billion, has been finalized and is all about airwaves.
The HTC One SV has already received FCC approval. It has been vetted for use with GSM bands 850 and 1900 as well as WCDMA bands II and V. Strangely, the documents don’t mention anything about it being approved for use with LTE.
It has been revealed that Sprint has made a $2.1 billion offer to buy out Clearwire. Sprint already owns 50.4 percent of the company but wants to buy all of its share to control its spectrum.
Looking to get your hands on a new HTC smartphone? Tomorrow Best Buy will offer $99 off on select HTC handsets.
Last week a report from the U.S. House Intelligence Committee accused Chinese manufacturers Huawei and ZTE of being a threat to national security. Both companies were quick to deny the claims, but a number of complaints have emerged in the days following the report and suspicions of Chinese espionage will be investigated further.
Ok, so we know nobody has ever accused Americans of being stingy. The occasional sale comes along and they indulge. The coupon book arrives in the mail or Groupon is accessed and voila! instant savings gratification. But by and large, the American mindset is on achieving the highest value item for the lowest cost. However, low cost and high value are subjective terms, and this is where US carriers profit greatly.
The NYC event presenting the Lg Optimus G has only brought one new piece of information to the table, and a rather vague one for that matter. Still, it’s nice to have an official confirmation that the phone is coming to the US, and that it will see the light of day this year.
After several consecutive quarters of significant financial losses, in the last few months T-Mobile seemed to be able to gear away from the road to perdition. The number four carrier in the... United States went for a pretty inspired image re-branding, introduced a far more attractive pricing structure for prepaid mobile broadband plans, and even strengthened its high-end phone portfolio wi...