Samsung Galaxy Note II phablet would be available from your carrier, and today we have all the details. Just like the Galaxy S III, the Galaxy Note II will be launching on all major US carriers. That means Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and the Now Network will all offer the 5.5-inch Jelly Bean powered smartphone.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Google's Nexus 7 tablet but aren't sure if you want to bite the bullet just yet? You better hurry and make a decision before Google ends their promo at the end of the month. Right now, anyone who buys a Nexus 7 tablet will receive $25 Google Play credit, which is good for apps, games, movies, TV shows and books in the Play store.
HTC's recent offerings, like the HTC One X for instance, you might be excited to hear that the company has launched its own trade-in program. HTC is rewarding those who purchase one of their smartphones by offering up to $300 for their old clunker.
two months ago, Jelly Bean has seen a spike in its users by a whopping 1,500%. Advertising network and research firm Chitika compiled millions and millions of mobile ad impressions from within its network and calculated that Jelly Bean's market share was at 0.87% at the end of July. In one month's time, it shot up to 1.47%.
Kobo Arc may be your solution. The company announced the Arc tablet earlier this month and now it has announced that it will be hitting store shelves in November. The Arc will support up to 64GB of storage, which is quite a lot of storage for such a small tablet. While you could easily match that with your Nook Tablet using an SD card, the Kobo Arc is one of the few e-readers that comes packing with 64GB of built-in storage.
Samsung was hit with a huge fine during its court battle with Apple in a copyright infringement lawsuit last month. Samsung ended up having to pay just a little over $1 billion to Apple, which certainly isn't chump change by any means. The good news is that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet was found not to be infringing on any of Apple's design patents this time around. However, the tablet suffered a different fate back in June, when the court thought that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was most likely infringing on Apple's designs. That was enough to have the tablet banned from being sold in the US.
Twitter limiting third-party clients, the social network is still working on improving their user interface to make it more user-friendly and easier on the eyes. Today they've made some significant changes to their web interface, specifically with profile pages. Users can now upload a large header photo to compliment the top of their profile page. The best part of all is that Android users can now join in on the fun.
formerly Read It Later) updated its Android app today with a new "Listen" feature that reads aloud articles to you.
Samsung's question to its followers a couple weeks ago backfired on them pretty badly.