HTC One S should have an update arriving for their device starting today. If you've not received it yet, it'll be showing up soon. Today T-Mobile has yet again detailed the upcoming update over on their support forums, and mention you'll be getting upgraded to Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich -- no Jelly Bean just yet.
Monthly Archive: May 2013
Galaxy S III, but just in case you don't yet, you might be pleased that the flagship will be arriving at MetroPCS next month. The phone launched at most major carriers a few months back, but now it appears to be time for the budget carriers to get a piece of the action too. The Galaxy S III is already an incredibly popular smartphone, selling 20 million units since its launch earlier this year, and Samsung can definitely count on a sales boost by bringing the handset to MetroPCS.
Kickstarter campaign earlier this year that raised nearly a million dollars. Well it's available now and shipping to consumers after a successful campaign so we're taking a look.
Samsung from the folks at Apple. Today we've heard that Google's own Eric Schmidt is scheduled to have some "strategy" meetings with multiple Samsung execs in South Korea throughout the upcoming week to discuss the lawsuits.
Google has been busy adding underwater locations to its own Maps offerings. Starting today, Google Maps users will be able to get a look at select underwater locations such as the Great Barrier Reef through Street View. How's that for a cool addition?
Verizon Wireless and the NFL have updated their wildly popular NFL Mobile app for Verizon Wireless customers. Today's update will bring some much needed features for those in the now on Android. They've added Android 4.1 Jelly Bean support -- officially -- as well as support for true HD high resolution devices.
Boost Mobile and LG announced the Venice, which will soon be taking up residence on Boost's shelves. To Android fanatics, the LG Venice will look instantly familiar, and that's because it's Boost's version of the LG Optimus L7, which launched at the beginning of summer. Not much has changed with the Optimus L7's transition to the Venice, aside from the name of course.
recently discovered that essentially allowed hackers multiple ways to completely wipe your Samsung Galaxy S III (and other Galaxy devices) using a simple line of code all remotely. This means they could erase your entire device with ease. Today however Samsung has released a statement to ease the minds of the millions and millions of owners.
Android users have been frequenting the Google Play Store in a big way, with Google announcing that the store has hit 25 billion downloads. That may not seem like a big deal when you remember that the Apple Store hit 25 billion downloads earlier this year, but it's important to keep in mind that back in 2010, the Google Play Store was only at 1 billion downloads. That's a pretty significant jump in user activity (and, by extension, consumer adoption of Android), so it's only fitting that Google kicks off a new promotion to celebrate this milestone.
One X could finally be headed to T-Mobile. We've talked about this revamped and improved model for AT&T (and T-Mobile) for a few weeks now simply known as the HTC One X+, but today its been spotted in the wild. The photo is a bit of a mess, and the same goes for the current devices situation.