UK carrier Clove has just announced that it is taking pre-orders for a 64GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. Clove first revealed that the device would be available in this size back in August, and now they are finally ready
AT&T just announced that it is bringing the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 to its customers on November 9. AT&T will be selling the device $499.99. If you've been looking to grab the Android 4.0 tablet, now might be the perfect time.
It looks like Samsung might be bringing another update to original Galaxy Note owners. The device may be over a year old, but that doesn't mean Samsung is going to stop supporting it with new update. It looks like the original
Android is taking a chunk out of Apple's tablet dominance, and Apple saw its market share slip more than 15% in Q3 2012, according to IDC. The biggest factor in the slip was Android tablets from Samsung and Amazon. Sure, they may
Samsung's Android-based Galaxy Camera finally has a date and price for the UK. The device will be available on November 8. It will feature 16.1 megapixels, a 21x optical zoom, and android 4.1 Jelly Bean on a quadcore processor.
AT&T has just pushed two new Android phones to market today. The LG Optimus G and Sony Xperia TL are available from AT&T stores and online starting today. For AT&T customers looking for a new Android smartphone, today
The Facebook phone rumors are back again. This time, the HTC Opera UL is being reported as being the social network's official phone. An insider source told Pocket-lint that the phone HTC calls the HTC Opera UL is actually an OEM
It's time for the update on Android install bases again. It's always interesting to see which versions of Android are growing, which ones are shrinking, and what percentage of Android owners are still hanging around with the old
Android has taken a stranglehold on the smartphone market in Q3, at least according to research firm IDC. According to the report, Android locked down 75-percent of the market, coming in way ahead of iOS, which had only
Turns out people like Samsung's plus-sized Galaxy Note II. In fact, looks like 3 million people love the phablet. That's a pretty impressive number, but it becomes even more impressive when you consider that the device has only