Carriers have a knack for removing features we actually want in smartphone. Verizon removed a seemingly harmless Blocking Mode from a few Samsung devices without any given reason, forcing people to come up with workarounds or just straight up root their device. The situation this time around is similar, though more carriers have jumped in ... Read More »
When Samsung announced the Galaxy S5, it also revealed a new feature called Download Booster, which combines your WiFi and data connection to boost download speed significantly and allow you to download files much faster. This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen such a feature, but a native implementation of it will probably be ... Read More »
Buying devices online isn’t always the best route. Not only do you have to pay for shipping and wait for your phone to come to you, but you also don’t get the opportunity to play with the handset beforehand. Going into a store and just using a phone to see if it’s right for you ... Read More »
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When the Samsung Galaxy S5 was announced, the company touted the devices’ water and dust proof nature as a major feature. Indeed, having a waterproof device is an amazing feature in an everyday phone, no longer forcing you to buy a dumbed down model that is made for an active lifestyle. So now that the ... Read More »
Good news, Android fans! AT&T and Sprint have announced that starting today, they’re rolling KitKat updates out to a couple of their king size smartphones.
Get out your calendars and your wallets, friends, because the first details of the US Samsung Galaxy S5 pre-orders and pricing have begun to flow in.
AT&T today announced that it’ll kick off pre-sales of the Galaxy S5 tomorrow, March 21, with units slated to begin shipping out in early April. ... Read More »
While other Moto X users have long had their Android 4.4.2 updates, AT&T users like me have had to wait. AT&T isn’t particularly fast with updates, unfortunately, so customers should be used to waiting. However, the soak test is finally being released for the AT&T Moto X, and it brings the device up to the ... Read More »
With a growing number of wireless users, carriers are constantly looking for ways to improve their networks. AT&T is kicking off the latest rush by launching a new technology called LTE-Advanced in Chicago. If you haven’t heard of LTE-Advanced, then we’ll give you a brief explanation. LTE-Advanced is an enhanced version of the current 4G ... Read More »
I’m usually the first to criticize Verizon’s pricing, but one thing I really can’t fault it on is its coverage. Time and again we see it come away with top honors in network quality and reliability studies, and a new national study by RootMetrics is no exception. In it, Verizon emerged victorious in four of ... Read More »
HTC’s new focus on the mid-range is starting to show. The company recently announced two new mid-range devices, the Desire 816 and the Desire 610. The Desire series has been known as HTC’s mid-range line for quite a while, and it’s nice to ... Read More »