CTIA 2010

  • Samsung may unveil 8.9″ Galaxy Tab later in March

    Samsung may be unveiling their new 8.9″ Galaxy Tab at a press event on March 22, in Orlando, Florida. The news comes from an image on Samsung’s facebook page with a cryptic reference to the numbers

    March 1, 2011 • Views: 307

  • Motorola Defy Hits Germany for 350 Euros

    Motorola’s Defy we saw this past week at CTIA is bound for Germany. The consumer can purchase this device full price for 350 euros or for just 1 euro with contract. Motorola’s calling the phone “Life Proof,” and as

    October 12, 2010 • Views: 374

  • LG Optimus S Coming to Sprint for less than $50

    Sprint also announced the LG Optimus S today at it’s press conference in San Francisco. Designed with new smartphone users in mind, the Optimus S is making Android navigation an engaging and comfortable process. Featuring

    October 6, 2010 • Views: 301

  • Nexus One “doing pretty well” says HTC CEO

    HTC CEO Peter Chou has spoken out in defence of the Google Nexus One, dismissing the recent speculation regarding poor sales figures for the smartphone.  Speaking at CTIA Wireless this week, Chou described the Nexus One as a

    March 25, 2010 • Views: 384

  • HTC EVO 4G Gets a Little Hands-On Video Time

    Seeing the HTC manufactured EVO 4G in still-frame isn’t good enough. You need to see it’s glowing, monstrous screen in action. One look at that keyboard is enough to make anyone get all jittery on the inside, with

    March 23, 2010 • Views: 425

  • HTC EVO 4G delivers WiMAX, Android 2.1 & 4.3-inch display

    HTC and Sprint have announced the HTC EVO 4G, the smartphone previously known as the HTC Supersonic and the first ever WiMAX Android handset for the Sprint network.  Borrowing plenty from the HTC HD2, the HTC EVO 4G packs a 1GHz

    March 23, 2010 • Views: 451

  • Sprint Motorola i1 rugged PTT phone gets official

    Motorola’s i1 Android smartphone for Sprint has finally been made official, launching at CTIA Wireless 2010 this week. The touchscreen smartphone is the first Android device to support push-to-talk on Sprint’s Nextel

    March 22, 2010 • Views: 621