The so anticipated Galaxy Nexus returns to the FCC. The catch is, it’s supporting AT&T’s 850/1900 GSM bands. This proves that other carriers have intentions on releasing this device, but it won’t be till Big Red since they have undisclosed and unspecific exclusive to the phone. AT&T has asked customers if they were interested in [...]
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We’ve been seeing a lot of Galaxy Nexus news latly and none of them have any confirmation on the release date. One of Droid Life sources recived a video showing the speedtest of the LTE Nexus device.
Get ready for two new 4G LTE tablets this month on Verizon. The have confirmed that they will receive a 8-inch and 10.1 inch tablets from Motorola. CNET received some hands-on time with both devices and have
AT&T confirmed that the white version of the Galaxy S 2 Skyrocket will be available starting Dec. 4. Specs are the same as the black Skyrocket and pricing is still $249 on contract. Who’s picking up one of these?
Cloud storage provider Box is teaming up with LG to provide 50GB free storage to buyers of LG Android phones. This follows HTC’s partnership with Dropbox to offer a similar service,
NFL Playoffs are just around the corner, so support your team with the NFL 3D wallpaper available in the Android Market place. For free you will receive a nicely designed helmet and banner in the back ground that has an effect as if it’s windy! Hit the break for some pictures
If you’re a Cellcom customer and have been eagerly awaiting the Gingerbread update for your Motorola Milestone X, you will be glad to hear that the carrier has released the official update. The update will bring improvements to battery life, download management, the calendar, camera and contacts, as well as overall device security. The update [...]
It is! According to a handful of Rezound users across the Android community they are experiencing some sort of static or interference when using any type of headphones including the ones that are stamped with the lower case letter “b”.
The Gingerbread update that we brought word on last week, is now available to the masses. Simply head into Settings>About phone and check to make sure that it is available. There are a bunch of fixes and enhancements tied to this update. The full change log is listed after the break.