Sprint has named both Dish and Clearwire in a lawsuit today to prevent Dish’s potential acquisition of a large quantity of Clearwire stock. That statement seems relatively straightforward, but the details get pretty muddy.
Sprint of course has a vested interest in the fate of Clearwire as they are the majority shareholders with 50.2%. They ... Read More »
The mysterious Motorola X Phone has had its fair share of rumors, particularly around specs and the possibility of customization. People are going wild over the X Phone, and we don’t know anything about it. Today, we have another spec leak for the device. But this time it comes from the famous Twitter user @evleaks.
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The HTC DROID DNA may not be quite as good as the new HTC One, but they aren’t too far apart. The DROID DNA features a gorgeous 5-inch 1920 x 1080 display, slightly bigger than the HTC One, but with the same resolution. The Snapdragon S4 Pro quad core processor paired with a beefy 2GB ... Read More »
Vine isn’t the first video sharing application to make it to smartphones in the last couple years, but it’s undoubtedly the most popular. Use of Vine has quickly overtaken similar long-standing media sharing applications, but Facebook isn’t willing to sit back and let Instagram fall into obscurity.
Citing an unknown source, TechCrunch is reporting that ... Read More »
Samsung plans to make history by releasing the first smartphone that supports LTE-Advanced, a new network technology that can be twice as fast as current LTE. The device is set to be a variant of the Samsung Galaxy S 4, powered by a Qualcomm chip with LTE-Advanced support built in (network radios are usually integrated ... Read More »
AT&T no longer subsidizes tablets, but they are offering a bundle package that could save you money on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0. The AT&T version of the tablet, which hits U.S. shelves June 21, will retain its international brother’s specs with added LTE connectivity. The Note 8.0 features an 8-inch display with 1280 x ... Read More »
Good Monday morning Android and Me readers! There are some changes afoot today, and we’re pleased to announce that AAM has been acquired by the PhoneDog Media brand. Alongside PhoneDog.com, TmoNews.com and TodaysiPhone.com, Android and Me will continue to excel in its Android coverage.
You can expect to see some changes here and ... Read More »
The first time I used a Nexus 7, I was blown away. It was the perfect form factor for Android, and probably the best Android device I had ever used at the time. All for just $200. You simply couldn’t ask for more in a device. One year later, I’m changing my tune. My Nexus ... Read More »
LTE is a must-have feature on our smartphones. So, it stands to reason that carriers would work as hard as possible to roll out their LTE coverage. Having launched LTE over a year later than Verizon and AT&T, Sprint is now playing catch-up with their coverage. Today brings in a new wave of LTE markets ... Read More »
The HTC One is an amazing device at $200 with a new two-year contract, but HTC is making the deal even sweeter by offering a $25 Google Play credit for anyone who purchases the device between June 14 and July 15. Simply purchase a new HTC One, register your device and you’ll be emailed a ... Read More »