Breaking just now it seems all the talk and discussion on Facebook and Twitter over the last few days has finally made HTC listen. People all across twitter, myself included retweeted tons of comments regarding HTC and their new
Welcome to the Revolution! This is LG’s newest effort for Verizon, the LG Revolution running on their 4G LTE network. This device features a 4.3-inch 480 x 800 pixel resolution TFT display and a single core Snapdragon
I know you all are just like me and are excited and anxiously awaiting the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 to hit store shelves. Its super thin and will most likely be a big seller. I think 8.9″ is the perfect size and feels just
For those that might have somehow missed all the announcements today about Google Wallet and Google Offers you can see all of our coverage on that by clicking here. Google is rolling out a NFC system that they hope will
I must say that ever since I got my Motorola Xoom I’ve been wishing for a good Twitter client on honeycomb. TweetComb first came out and we did a mini review on that. Later it went from being a paid app to free for all.
Google has released an update to its new Music app today, bringing it to version 3.0.1. The update is the first since the app was officially released a few weeks ago in conjunction with the announcement of Music Beta at Google
So the LG Revolution is out on Verizon, and wouldn’t you know it, it’s got Netflix on it standard. That means it’s on it right out of the box. This is a joyous announcement for all those wishing to use their
Madfinger Games will soon be releasing Shadowgun for Tegra 2 devices. For those that don’t recognize the name Madfinger Games they are who are responsible for the amazing android game Samurai II: Vengeance and its stunning
Google’s new NFC payment solution, Google Wallet is cool to be sure, but as of now it only works with one phone, Sprint’s Nexus S 4G. T-Mobile users on who have the original Nexus S have been left wondering why they
It looks like Netflix has just updated the app for Android, it now supports the original Motorola Droid, the G’zOne Commando from Casio, as well as the LG Revolution that just started shipping with Netflix pre-installed.