The overwhelming success of Apple’s iPhone 4S has finally hit a lull. Since its launch last October, the device has managed to hold on to the title of top selling device in the United States for 10 months before finally being dethroned by the Samsung Galaxy S III last month.
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The Samsung Galaxy S III released on all major U.S. networks to much fanfare. It’s not uncommon to hear the Galaxy S III referred to as the pinnacle of Android smartphones, and with good reason. With the latest internal components, amazing external aesthetics and a killer screen, the Galaxy S III has everything the Android ... Read More »
Verizon and Motorola have announced software updates for the DROID Bionic, DROID XYBOARD 10.1 and 8.2, DROID RAZR and RAZR Maxx. The updates mainly deliver much needed bug fixes and battery improvements to the three phones, but the XYBOARD tablets are being equipped with global roaming capabilities.
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This Friday, Verizon is bringing back their popular double-data promotion that gives users double the data allowance for the same price. The deal, along with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, was the primary reason I switched over to Verizon from T-Mobile last year and I’ve been extremely happy with the service so far.
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The LG Spectrum is Verizon’s version of the LG Optimus LTE, LG’s latest high-end smartphone that’s done particularly well in other parts of the world. Verizon is the second US carrier to feature the Optimus LTE; AT&T began offering the Nitro HD in December.
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One of the biggest concerns for Android users is battery life. We’ve taken many routes to make our devices last as long as possible. Viable options include carrying charging accessories, external battery chargers, use of multiple batteries and extended batteries (usually bulky). Wouldn’t it be nice if our phones could just last us all day? ... Read More »
The first day of CES week (the show doesn’t technically start until tomorrow) is finally coming to a close. And what a day it’s been. Our custom CES channel has been absolutely bombarded with posts announcing, detailing and showcasing the best of what LG, Samsung, ASUS, Sony, Motorola and everyone else have to offer. ... Read More »
Don’t expect too much out of next products to come out of Motorola. Google CFO Patrick Pichette has gone on the record at the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference saying that the next Motorola products being readied for release are not, “wow by Google standards.”
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Well, hopefully, you aren’t tired of hearing about the Galaxy Note II yet; Samsung has finally made their announcement and released the official details. The leak earlier this morning pretty much had it nailed, but let’s go through the list now that it’s official.
Naturally, the screen is the highlight here. It’s ... Read More »
For decades, the Sony brand has stood above the competition in consumer electronics. Sony was considered the gold standard by which everyone else was judged. While the company has fallen from its glory days and its market share has suffered significantly due to competition from Samsung and LG, Sony products still have a unique style which ... Read More »