Update: As several of our readers have pointed out, just because I think anti-virus programs are unnecessary on Android doesn’t mean you shouldn’t. Viruses and malware are serious concerns, and if you have those concerns, you should be protecting your phone. As always, the choice is up to you.
With the growing threat of viruses ... Read More »
Boost Mobile has finally announced that the push-to-talk equipped Motorola i1 will be landing on their network on June 20th. With a 3.1 inch HVGA display, 5MP camera, Android 1.5, the Motorola i1 may not be the most feature-rich Android handset on the market, but will be the first Android phone to ... Read More »
Android gains a no contract prepaid cell phone with an unlimited plan.
When we speculated T-Mobile might call their new HSPA+ network “4G” they were very quick to point out that was not the case (yet). Instead, T-Mobile chose to inform us of their network upgrade schedule and said they would “integrate HSPA+ into its 3G network.
Imagine you are walking down the beach and you pick up a phone. The device is a shiny new touchscreen phone that you have never seen before.
Google is upgrading the ways customers can find what they are looking for.
Motorola held their quarterly earnings call today and CEO Sanjay Jha revealed lots of new Android information. Among the news, was the first report that Motorola would produce Android phones for the iDEN network. Prepaid phones have continued to perform well and carriers are hungry for new phones that would allow them to attach more ... Read More »
Some people might see mobile web sites as a novelty, but they are becoming increasingly more essential. Smartphones continue their assault on the mobile customer as they have entered the lower price points. The day is quickly approaching where the majority of phones will have a full featured web browser. With instant access to the ... Read More »
OpenSignal puts out semi-regular reports on the mobile network market in the United States, giving a glimpse at how things are shaking out for the major players. The latest is called the “State of Mobile Networks” and it aims to show how each of the four biggest names compare to one another.
In this case, ... Read More »
T-Mobile is the scrappy underdog among U.S. mobile carriers, and the company is constantly finding new ways to provide more value than its competitors. Per usual, T-Mobile ran plenty of promotions throughout the holidays, and now that the New Year is here, more deals are ready to go. Starting this Friday, T-Mobile will ... Read More »