Spotify for Android gets mobile radio

One of the most common things smartphone users do with their mobile phone is listening to music. There are a bunch of different apps and ways that users can listen to music on their Android smartphones, be it directly purchasing tunes from Google Play or using streaming apps. One of the apps that many Android users wanted for a long time was Spotify.

Sony Xperia tablet specifications leak

Some images have leaked of what is claimed to be the Sony Xperia Tablet. The tablet would be the follow-up to the Sony Tablet S that has been around for a while now. The leaked images show the specifications of the tablet and appear to be internal Sony slides. If these are real slides, the tablet sounds interesting.

Official Nexus 7 Case hands-on

Google's Nexus 7 tablet went up for pre-order minutes after it was announced back in June at Google IO, and along with it was a case that sold out immediately. When it went back up for sale last week we quickly jumped at the opportunity to snag one. Today we have the brand new official Google Nexus 7 case for you to check out in a quick unboxing video.

HTC exits South Korea market due to poor sales

HTC has been off to a pretty great start here in 2012 with their HTC One line of smartphones. With good international sales, and stateside with the HTC One X, and One S mainly. Despite having a few awesome smartphones their Q2 report wasn't that great, and now we are hearing poor sales is making them completely pull out of the South Korea market that is dominated by Samsung.

Wikipad 10-inch gaming tablet gets a list of specs

The idea of a "gaming tablet" is an odd one, but we've been seeing a few companies try their hand at producing one anyway. The latest is Wikipad, which is gearing up to release tablet of the same name - the tablet was shown off at CES back in January, but since then, it's gone through a few changes. Originally intended as a 7-inch tablet, the Wikipad had become a 10.1-inch tablet with an IPS display running at 1,280 x 800 resolution.

Casio G’zOne Commando smartphone update rolling out

Who remembers the G'zOne? Yes that is actually the name of a smartphone from Casio over on Verizon Wireless. This extremely durable and rugged phone has been available for a while, but is mostly a forgotten device. Today however Verizon is keeping it relevant by posting a decent upgrade fixing all sorts of little bugs.

Clickfree Mobile Backup now available for Android

Our smartphones are getting more and more complex. With hundreds and sometimes thousands of pictures, tons of video, bookmarks, contacts and even full documents. While the Android developer community has multiple backup tools, what about regular users? For those looking for a a dead simple way to automatically backup everything on your phone, we have the app for you.

Google brings video chat Hangouts to Gmail

Google has continued to integrate their massive list of offerings together to offer a seamless experience for all. Previously Gmail users were able to use Google Talk video chat for communication but today Google has announced that is all changing for the better. Google has replaced Google Talk video with Google+ hangouts. Letting Gmail users video chat with 1 person, or 10 at the same time.

T-Mobile Galaxy Note hits August 8th for $249

This morning T-Mobile has finally shared the details on their newest smartphone to grace the lineup. You could call it a smartphone, or a tablet, but most like to say phablet. The Samsung Galaxy Note and its 5.3-inch HD display will finally be available from T-Mo on August 8th. They announced it was coming soon last week, but now we have all the details and a full review.
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