Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 will become widely available this coming October 4 from carriers such as Verizon and AT&T. Radio Shack however has probably one of the best deals available as the company will allow consumers to trade in their old Note device to save on cash. The Radio Shack Trade & Save Program lets
On October 29th, Google postponed the event in which it was supposed to launch few new Nexus products, but the event was cancelled last moment, thanks to hurricane Sandy. Nevertheless, Google went ahead and launched the products on the same day without much fanfare, and the newly launched products include the Samsung Nexus 10 tablet
Verizon has a bunch of great Android phones coming out between now and the holidays. The Samsung Stratosphere is believed to be an Epic 4G styled device with a slide out qwerty keyboard on Verizon’s 4G/LTE network. The HTC Vigor is said to be the replacement for the HTC Thunderbolt, Verizon Wireless’ flagship 4G/LTE device.
Radio Shack was very vocal last month when announcing that Verizon Wireless would replace the shelf space that had been set aside for T-Mobile in Radio Shack stores. Naturally, Verizon Wireless is an excellent carrier to add to your repertoire. Take that and couple it with the fact that since the T-Mobile merger announcement customers
Radio Shack announced this morning that they were going to start selling Verizon Wireless post-paid and prepaid products and services. This change will occur on September 15th. The catch, Radio Shack will stop selling T-Mobile post-paid and prepaid products and services on September 14th. This news comes on the heels of Radio Shack reporting a
Radio Shack has begun pre-sales of the upcoming LG Thrill (Optimus 3D) on AT&T. This will be the first 3D device to grace the shelves of AT&T. The LG Thrill was originally announced at CTIA and even on display at an AT&T press event during the conference. However as Engadget points out AT&T had much
On the stage at the recent All Things Digital D9 Conference, Google’s Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, said that he wished Nokia would have gone with Android and hopes that if something changes they still have a shot. Schmidt cited Nokia’s success in some foreign markets that Google would like Android to be in, as the
The HTC Evo 3D is one of the most highly anticipated devices coming out this year. Since it’s release at CTIA in March we’ve been eagerly awaiting the official release date. Yesterday, Sprint sent out a press release talking about all the great entertainment and media that will be featured on the device. This morning,
Radio Shack is offering one hell of a deal regarding the HTC EVO 3D. At the moment Radio Shack is offering the HTC EVO 3D for the price of $199 on contract of course or you can pick one up off contract for $500. However, as you see from the image they are also offering
Over the years 4/20 has been known for some significant things. In some circles it’s a day of herbally enhanced relaxation. Some remember historically that it’s both Hitler’s birthday and the anniversary of Columbine. This year it’s a date thedroidguy is speaking on the topic of Twitter in the windy city. For all of us
Lately it seems like the HTC Thunderbolt and the Motorola Atrix 4G are getting all the post CES 4G well, “Thunder”. That changes today as Radio Shack has posted the simulator for the HTC Inspire 4G on AT&T. If you remember back to the day before CES AT&T held a developers summit in Las Vegas.