If you’re an Indy racing fan, Verizon has a cool new service that will help you keep up on your favorite racing team … Team Verizon! The spot is for the Indy Car Mobile app, which follows the IZOD Indy Car Series.
After quite the outrage over their made up 1GHz processor requirement being the reason the Optimus series will not see Gingerbread, LG has retracted their statement and now have committed to bring Gingerbread to the entry level
LG has confirmed that the Verizon version of their Optimus One Android smartphone – the Verizon Vortex – will land on November 18; meanwhile, in just over a month, the company has shifted one million of the devices.
It’s what they call “An Accessible Smartphone with Simple Solutions.” Verizon, that is, announcing today the LG Vortex. It’s a phone for first-time smartphone users looking to join and explore the Android
So, the LG Vortex may not be the high-end device to put an end to all other high-end devices, but we have already seen in a comparison chart that it’s not that bad of a mid-range Android-based handset. And apparently
Here we are again with another comparison chart, showcasing plenty of Android devices. This time around, while the chart is from Verizon, it’s not all in-house devices, as the Motorola Citrus is being compared to the
Another day, another Verizon phone launch rumor. This time rumor is that the dual-screened Samsung Continuum and LG Vortex may be hitting the Verizon network on October 29th.