one heck of a flagship device, but it's not without its faults. Early adopters have been complaining about a litany of issues large and small, and Verizon has apparently been listening. They've detailed all of the bugs and glitches in a massive official list, but the carrier says that customers will have to wait until November for a patch.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
$199 Kindle Fire tablet. The manufacturing experts at iSupply estimate that the Fire's hardware costs just over $209 to make, undercutting other estimates by about $40. Amazon is hoping to offset the discrepancy with increased sales of physical and digital goods from Fire users.
Android version of the popular does-all media player VLC after it was unceremoniously booted out of iOS. It looks like that wait is slowly drawing to a close. Thrill-seeking users can download the pre-alpha (is that even a real term?) APK for their phones now.
customize and brand an Android tablet to their subscribers' needs, then subsidize the cost of the tablet for cheap, efficient e-reading.
Samsung Galaxy S II has at least one dull spot. There's an easy work-around that will let anyone access your phone if you've implemented Android's unique pattern-based or PIN lock screen. Don't worry, though, an industrious early adopter has already found a way to secure the Galaxy S II while keeping the lock screen in place.
courtesy of Verizon. The network will allow customers to install the game free of charge from October 1-3.
until an unspecified date in 2012.The information was released as Virgin Mobile confirmed that it's offering the LG Optimus Slider and HTC Wildfire.
more than a few times, and then being spotted in the wild earlier this month it was only a matter of time until we caught it on video. Today we have not one, but two videos showing some T-Mobile 4G speedtests and more all available after the break.
much rumored Google Nexus 3. Also known as the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus Prime, DROID Prime or whatever else you wanna call this Samsung Nexus device. This isn't the first time we've seen his stunning work, but with all the hype surrounding the next Google Experience device this was too awesome to pass up. Check out the photos of his amazing Nexus 3 concept design below.
clearing the FCC with AT&T radios but now it is finally here and available for purchase unlocked and ready to rock. You can buy it now at many online retailers including Newegg.com and more for just $429 fully unlocked.