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The LG Optimus G was the company’s way of formally introducing quad-core mobile CPUs to the U.S with LTE support on board. Manufacturers have been using the Snapdragon S4 chip for the U.S as global quad core chips had no LTE support. But thanks to the new S4 Pro chip, quad core goodness finally came to the U.S. The smartphone has been available on Sprint and AT&T for $199.99 since quite some time now, and you will be pleased to hear that the device is now only $99.99 for existing and new customers on either of the carriers when...

Sprint has earlier this week introduced a new Android smartphone addition to their lineup of high end 4G devices with the quiet introduction of the ZTE Flash we had heard so many rumors about this phone weeks ago but Sprint had neither denied nor confirmed the rumors.  This explains why their modest announcement of this new phone did not go unnoticed.  Another reason is because the phone comes with quite an impressive specs sheet including a dual core processor and 1GB RAM yet it retails for only $130 with a 2 year contract.  This mid-range...

US carrier Sprint has dropped the price of Samsung Galaxy S III to just $49.99 (originally $99.99) for its new customers. Android smartphone lovers and enthusiasts are given an opportunity to own the device considered as one of the most powerful and feature-packed handset at a very low price. While it hasn’t been revealed until when this offer would last, it...

Sprint customers, specifically LG Viper 4G LTE smartphone owners, are receiving notifications from the carrier suggesting the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update will be rolled out within two weeks. This dual-core handset, which was released in April, runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The upcoming update will, therefore, be a major upgrade and it is expected...

Cell services have been restored after commercial power companies started to provide electricity to millions of homes and establishments in the areas ravaged by superstorm Sandy last week. Con Edison, the larger power provider in New York, has already started restoring electric supply to a large part of the Big Apple after successfully repairing some of the facilities...

Posted on Nov 1 2012 - 3:09pm by Phalgun Shenoy
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ZTE, much like Huawei, is not among the top players when it comes to smartphones, but these Chinese companies are known to make pretty good handsets and enjoy a very good market leadership in their home market. One of the notable devices which ZTE launched recently was the ZTE Grand X LTE. The Grand X LTE was announced to launch on China Mobile’s GSM network...

In the aftermath of Sandy’s havoc, Federal Communication Commission reported that cellular phone services absorbed a big hit after 25 percent of the nations wireless companies’ cellular sites in 10 states are toppled by the ravaging winds of the superstorm. FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said during Tuesday’s press conference communication services will likely...

When Korean manufacturer, Samsung, announced that its flagship smartphone, Galaxy S III, released in the United States would be getting the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update “soon,” it actually left an impression that US customers aren’t getting the same treatment as with customers from other regions. The company didn’t provide an ETA as to when...