according to FierceWireless. AT&T's PPT service has been available for some time now as a testing platform for a few businesses, but the carrier is now looking to spread it to all of its customers around the country.
Monthly Archive: May 2013
HTC have been busy brewing up their own 5-inch phablet to hopefully take on the Galaxy Note II, LG's Intuition, and dare I even say the iPhone 5. We've seen a few blurry leaks in the past but today a press render could have spilled the beans just days before the official announcement.
Motorola and Verizon's new DROID RAZR HD was announced earlier this month, but sadly we didn't get any sort of release date. Motorola simply stated it would arrive "before the holidays." Today however we might have a better idea of what to expect regarding when Motorola's new flagship smartphone will arrive for the US.
Shazam, the popular music-tagging app for Android, iPhone, Windows Phone and BlackBerry, announced today that its hit 250 million users with around two million new users joining every week. To celebrate, the app has been updated to include TV tagging for U.S. users, which allows you to find out what music is playing on your favorite shows, as well as other useful info.
ASUS is gearing up to release a follow up to the original PadFone, and today it might have leaked in some AnTuTu benchmarks. We're seeing what is listed as the ASUS PadFone 2 and it comes complete with some impressive specs that will surely make it a powerful smartphone tablet combo.
Our friends at SlashGear have word that the rumored phone will see a global launch in March 2013.
announced their new iPhone 5 and it wowed all those who've patiently waited for it. Samsung's been letting everyone know their Galaxy S III is better and I'm sure we'll be hearing more from them soon. Lets dive in.
Verizon hoping to own Samsung's new and impressive phablet. The Galaxy Note II has leaked in the flesh complete with Verizon and their popular 4G LTE branding stamped on the back. This basically confirms the device will be headed to Verizon, but then we got a little extra branding too.
HP is looking to possibly mount a comeback because an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich powered HP Bender smartphone has been spotted in a few benchmarks. HP could be looking to start up right where webOS left off and switch gears to the wonderful world of Android -- just like they should have done years ago.
phablet in the Galaxy Note II sure has impressed us so far, but we are still awaiting more details for a US release. So far Samsung has been tight lipped on when or where we'll see their new 5.5-inch smartphone phablet hit the streets. Today however, a few rumors are pointing to late October for at least one US carrier.