The Game Gripper has been a much loved addition to the devices it's available on. Providing a physical gaming keypad to mobile phones, it provides an easier, more enjoyable way for users to play games on their mobile device.
Well this is a first. I enjoy playing games on my phone as most people do, especially console emulators, but I have never seen one person go to such an extreme. Android user Cary Golomb decided that he needed to optimize his
A few people have been pushed the DI18 update that we covered last week fixing an array of things before it was hit with an “administrative issue,” which prevented the update from reaching owners. Well, the wait is over, more
The Samsung Epic 4G update Sprint had promised would roll out on September 30th has failed to materialise, with the carrier blaming an "administrative issue" in getting the software onto Google's servers. The new firmware,
The much anticipated Samsung Epic 4G update that was supposed to fix 3G uploading speeds has been delayed due to issues getting the software loaded onto Google’s service. The update is ready, it just can not be downloaded, yet.
If you have an Epic 4G from sprint and you use it heavily, chances are you have noticed the pesky 3G upload. It turns out that users were experiencing caps around 150kbps, and this can be very annoying and unneeded. It seems that
If you are an owner of an Epic 4G, chances are you know how frustrating the upload speeds on the device can be. We already know that it is not the speedy Sprint network or the devices impressive hardware, it is a software problem
It's only been a few days since we heard official word from Sprint and Samsung when customers would be able to get their hands on the newest 4G capable device coming to market. You should have already got your reserve down, or