Want even more proof that the quad-core processor inside the Transformer Prime is the long-awaited Tegra 3? The guys from Wireless Goodness spotted a full teardown from a recent FCC filing that confirms NVIDIA will provide the processor for ASUS’s next flagship Android tablet. Not many official hardware details have ... Read More »
Let’s be honest for a second here. Not everyone is all gaga for the Verizon branded Nexus/Droid/Galaxy Prime. Whether it’s due to a hatred for Samsung or loyalty to another company, not everyone is going to rush out and buy one. If you’re a fan of Motorola, then you’ve no doubt been drooling over, or ... Read More »
The HTC Bliss is back, and it looks like the FCC has given HTC the “all clear” signal they were waiting for to launch the first ever female-centric HTC phone. As we reported back in May, the HTC Bliss was created in order to target the female demographic, since the look and feel ... Read More »
As we continuously inch ever nearer to the release of the Motorola Droid Bionic (XT875) on Verizon, more and more great information on the device leaks out. While we’re pretty firm on the idea that the Bionic will indeed be release on September 8th, there are certain things we couldn’t seem ... Read More »
Still looking for some sort of sign that the Galaxy S II is close to hitting US shores? Look no further than the FCC filing for the Samsung SPH-D710–Sprint’s very own Galaxy S II variant, the Samsung Within.
Along with CDMA and WiMax radios, the SPH-D710 comes with what looks to be ... Read More »
HTC fans will be happy to know the Taiwan-based manufacturer is soon to release a Honeycomb tablet in the U.S. We’ve heard about the HTC Puccini before, and the rumors are now confirmed; it is indeed headed to AT&T. This tablet has just been filed on the FCC, proving it does come with ... Read More »
The AT&T / T-Mobile merger dilemma has been going all over the internet since March. While some people don’t care and others like the idea, it seems most Android fans hate the thought of this merger taking place. T-Mobile brought the first Android device to the market (T-Mobile G1), as well as the ... Read More »
It’s my notion that when you purchase data services, your provider should not be concerned with how you go about accessing those services. It turns out I’m not the only one who feels this way.
Recently Free Press, a non-profit organization aiming to reform the media, has filed a complaint with the FCC asking them ... Read More »
Fear of a mobile carrier duopoly struck the U.S. when AT&T announced its plans to acquire T-Mobile from parent company Deutsche Telecom. Though there may be some that support this acquisition (or a general sense of apathy), most websites’ comments prove that people are very much against the proposed acquisition. People are not ... Read More »
We have been hearing about the possible AT&T/T-Mobile merge since last March, and the issue has been very highly discussed all over the internet. Though AT&T seems to see this as a great business opportunity, the fact is that the majority of the crowd does not seem very happy about this idea (mostly ... Read More »