Samsung recently offered an official announcement for the Galaxy Tab S lineup, which includes an 8.4-inch and a 10.5-inch model. At the time of that announcement they released a complete set of details. That means specs, pricing
AT&T has once again offered an update in terms of their 4G LTE network rollout. This latest brings LTE coverage to six new markets across four states including California, Georgia, Indiana and Wyoming.
It wasn’t all that long back when we saw a new app bring bubbles for links. That app was called Link Bubble. But more to the point for today — the Play Store has gotten another bubble named app. This one is for
US Cellular began pushing Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat to the Galaxy S III back in late-May. And as of today, another US Cellular branded Samsung device is getting the same treatment. Simply put, the Galaxy Note II Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat
We’ve heard a bit about different devices from Xiaomi over the previous months, though some may be more familiar with the company name for another reason. If you remember back, Hugo Barra had left Google and when he did he
Huawei has released another handset for those in the US market. The device is one we first saw back in January, during CES, the Ascend Mate2 4G LTE. Pre-orders will be available through the GetHuawei.com website and those
Google has updated the Voice app for Android. But before anyone gets super excited about new features or new functionality — this is a small update. The Google Voice app is being bumped from 0.4.2.82 to version 0.4.3.8.
Rovio began teasing Angry Birds Epic earlier in the year. It was back in March when we learned Epic would be turn-based RPG style game. Rovio released a trailer video in March, and even released the game in select markets. And in
Another new app has arrived for Google Glass users. This latest is called Watchup and will allow Glass users to watch news videos from a variety of channels. The app is still considered to be a beta release, however Glass users
Universal Orlando is the latest theme park to get an official app. The app, dubbed Universal Orlando Resort App, promises to “put everything you need to know about your vacation in the palm of your hand.” The app is