“When LeBron James was choosing his next smartphone, he wanted something unique—something that would turn heads but could also make day-to-day tasks effortless. Something that had all the functional capabilities of a smartphone and all the creative elements of a tablet. With its fine-tuned S Pen, enhanced multitasking functions and beautiful 5.5″ Super Amoled screen, ... Read More »
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Along with the release of Android 4.2 and the Nexus 4, Google announced an update to Google Now that delivered a handful of new features and a dazzling array of new cards. Fortunately, you don’t have to wait for the Nexus 4 to get your hands on the latest version of Google Now. Google has just ... Read More »
We’re shown you how to save money by going contract-free with pre-paid plans and have featured the best unlocked phones for any budget, but we realize that there are a lot of you who simply want a good deal and don’t mind signing a two-year contract to buy a new phone. ... Read More »
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The race to be the first US carrier to update their Galaxy S III to Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, is officially over. As of this morning, Sprint was the first to cross the finish line in offering the latest major Android update to S III users on their network.
Not long ago, Samsung released a ... Read More »
Earlier this year I started writing buyers’ guides for every carrier, and I intended to update them each month. Then I got fed up with the locked phones and service contracts that the carriers offered, so I ported my number to Google Voice, paid Verizon my $300 ETF, signed up for a pre-paid ... Read More »
Samsung will begin pushing out Android 4.1 to the global version of the Galaxy S III this month, but US consumers will have to wait a little longer as our carriers test and approve the update. Today Samsung announced that the US versions of the Galaxy S III will see Jelly Bean “in the coming ... Read More »
There’s no denying the relationship Android and Apple have together. They’re each other’s biggest competition. Constantly at each other’s throats, the target of lawsuits and ad campaigns. As such, there’s bound to be news stories that directly involve the two going head-to-head. We don’t want to fill the entire front page of Android and Me ... Read More »
Earlier this year I started writing buyers’ guides for every carrier, and I intended to update them each month. Then I got fed up with the locked phones and service contracts that carriers offered, so I ported my number to Google Voice, paid Verizon my $300 ETF, signed up for a pre-paid plan, ... Read More »
The Verge got some tidbits that we thought were worth sharing on Samsung’s current plans for bringing Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) to their rather bountiful collection of devices including the Galaxy S III.
Wouldn’t you know the luck of the Polish (first time those words have ever been together) held strong ... Read More »
Are benchmarks useful for anything more than bragging rights? It’s a question we could debate for hours, but Qualcomm just released their new Vellamo 2.0 benchmark suite and we decided to take it for a spin with a handful of Android devices to see if we could form any drive-by conclusions. Read on to see ... Read More »