It was an exciting and fun filled week in the mobile word this week, although most of it wasn’t Android related. This week was big for the smartphone market as a whole moving forward. Apple launched their new iPhone 5 and
Apple has been getting a lot of backlash for its new native Maps app in iOS 6, which released earlier in the week. Many phone manufacturers have been taking advantage of the moment, including Nokia. Now, Motorola has taken their
If you’re an avid Twitter user and use it to keep up with companies and even special deals, you might be pleased to know that the Google Play store has created a Twitter account to tweet out announcements and other news.
If you’re like me, you have trouble finding just the right pair of headphones or earbuds that perfectly fit your head and/or ears. It’s a long and tough battle that may never end (it hasn’t ended for me yet).
We all love to add a little personality to our smartphones, whether it’s through a special case or just the color of the phone itself. If pink just so happens to be your favorite color (I know it’s my favorite color),
Samsung‘s flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, has been a huge hit. It’s sold more than 20 million units so far and it’s only expected to grow with the holiday season coming up. Now it looks like Samsung will
Samsung’s Galaxy Note is a pretty cool phablet if we do say so ourselves. Even American Airlines thinks so, since they’ll be using them throughout their fleet. There’s some good news for CyanogenMod fans that
Hot on the heels of the iPhone 5 release, Verizon CFO Fran Shammo has some strong words to say. Shammo argues that unlimited data is essentially going away forever and never coming back. According to the report he said that
If Netflix isn’t cutting it for you and are instead resorting to other popular streaming apps like Hulu Plus, HBO GO, and Max GO, you might be happy to know that some small updates have come to all three. They aren’t
With all of the debates going on about whether or not passengers should be allowed to use their mobile devices during a flight, Boeing has just decided to bypass that altogether and start prepping its biggest planes for cell