U.S. Cellular has big plans for the rest of this year when it comes to Android. They plan on launching seven Android devices which includes their first 4G enabled device. According to their press release these devices will include a 7 inch tablet from HTC along with 2 other HTC devices. Along with those is
T-Mobile will be offering a new and interesting way to rent games starting this summer. WildTangent announced their plans to launch a new gaming service that will be partnering with the almighty Magenta.
The Droid Bionic has been an on again off again device from Motorola. At one one point and time it was considered cancelled and that was followed by Motorola saying that it would be delayed but we would be seeing it at some point. Well the day seems to be getting closer and closer as
Intuit, Inc, which is a subsidiary of Intuit Financial Services, has announced a new mobile banking application to help users make managing their finances easier using an Android device. According to Inuit, Android users will be able to easily view their account balances, transaction history, transfer funds, and pay bills all from this new application. Another added bonus is the
Today, Cricket Wireless has announced their next Android device, the Samsung Indulge. The Indulge is the fourth Android device to be launched on Cricket and will feature a 3.5 inch display, slide out QWERTY keyboard, and a 1GHz processor. This newest device will be running on Android 2.2 along, with running Samsung’s Touchwiz 3.0.
Looxcie, Inc. is the first makers of a wearable mobile connected video camera and today they have announced the Looxcie 2. This new video camera has a brand new redesign and weighs about 20 percent less than the original Looxcie, while being almost half the size. It easily maintains half the battery capacity with all the same
Lady Gaga has been getting more and more into the world of technology lately. Just recently, it was announced, that the pop singer is partnering with Eric Schmidt’s Tomorrow Ventures to invest at least one million dollars in a new start up company called Backplane, according to the New York Times.
Today, Viewsonic has announced their upcoming 7 inch tablet for those budget minded consumers. The ViewBook 730 Android tablet is being tagged with the line “changing the face of tablets”, and it could have a significant chance in the multi-purpose eReader category, which is currently being dominated buy the Nook Color. This new tablet will be running
Only days after Radio Shack had outed the release date and a screen shot was obtained regarding both devices, Sprint has official announced two highly anticipated devices. Both the HTC EVO 3D and EVO View 4G will be launching on June 24th and is already available for preorder through Sprint. Both of these devices can
OnLive is a cloud gaming company that already offers a wireless controller that is compatible with the HTC Flyer, however they have announced their intentions to bring this controller to more than just HTC devices. In an email to PC Magazine, OnLive had stated, “The controller will communicate with tablets including a Samsung Galaxy Tab,
Just last week, Google had removed over 25 applications from the Android Market due to a malware known as DroidDream Light. This is not the first or the last that we have seen of these issues. Another malware was discovered yet again circling the Android Market. This new malware known as DroidKungFu seems to be
Sprint’s version of the Droid Pro has been officially released today as the Motorola XPRT. Just like Verizon’s version this Android device is also a World Phone meaning it can be used outside the United States which is great news if you are a traveler on Sprint’s network. You can pick up the XPRT for
The Droid 3 is Motorola and Verizon’s big secret, well at least it is supposed to be but all good secrets can’t stay secrets now can they? Today, a series of YouTube videos were discovered giving users a tutorial of the upcoming Android device, and while we still have yet to find a release date
At the moment there are two different types of operating systems. These include types that are like Apple’s iOS which runs only on a proprietary devices built by one company and ones like Android and Windows that want to be on every device possible. Up in till today, HP’s WebOS has always been considered to