September, 2012

  • Android UI head is only a third satisfied with Android

    Android has come a long way from its inception almost four years ago. Google has made amazing progress with its mobile operating system and they wowed us with 4.1 Jelly Bean in June. However, Android still isn’t even close

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  • Google Maps for Android updates with improved syncing

    Google has released an Android update for Google Maps today, which includes better syncing across multiple devices. The update comes on the same day that Apple released iOS 6, which has wiped Google Maps completely from its

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  • AT&T launches 4G LTE in eight new cities

    While AT&T might not have as big of a 4G network as Verizon, the carrier is working hard to get its faster speeds to more cities and hopefully catch up with Verizon’s 4G offering. AT&T announced throughout the past

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  • T-Mobile announces John Legere as new CEO

    Deutsche Telekom, a European parent company of T-Mobile, announced today that T-Mobile’s new chief executive officer will be John Legere. Effective September 22, Legere will take the CEO seat and succeed Jim Alling, who

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note will be American Airlines’ new toy

    The Samsung Galaxy Note acts as a great miniature tablet — perfect for those who are constantly on the go but want a little more screen size out of their devices. American Airlines thinks so as well, so they’re going

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  • Samsung takes yet another jab at the iPhone 5

    Samsung has been notorious for taking jabs at Apple, especially since they lost to them in court recently. They’ve called out the iPhone 5 just a couple days ago, and now they’re at it again with a new commercial.

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  • LG Optimus Nexus could be Google’s next smartphone

    We’ve heard a lot about LG’s Optimus G recently. The company unveiled their new flagship phone a couple days ago and we certainly gave it a good look-over. However, word on the street is that Google will be using the

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  • U.S. Cellular Galaxy Note II coming late-October for $300

    Earlier today, we reported that Samsung’s Galaxy Note II will be arriving on all major US carriers, but so far it’s only US Cellular that has opened its mouth about pricing and availability. If you’re eligible

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  • Kindle Fire HD 7 can now be rooted

    We reported a couple days ago that Amazon locked down the new Kindle Fire HD tablets pretty tightly, making it more difficult to find a workaround for a successful root. However, good news has arrived and it looks like a

    September 19, 2012 • Views: 657

  • LG demos Optimus G multitasking and more

    LG isn’t delivering pure Android with the Optimus G, but the company still thinks you’ll like the tweaks it has made. With the quadcore Snapdragon S4 Pro smartphone not expected to hit shelves until Q4, however, LG

    September 19, 2012 • Views: 462