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Custom URLs now available for verified Google+ profiles and pages

Users of Google+ will soon notice that some of their favorite pages and people will soon have personalized pages that can be accessed via URL.  Similar to how Facebook implemented custom URLs that point to a specific page, Google+ will allow verified (well-known) pages to use a custom URL. The example given in the announcement more »


Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE from Sprint is now available for purchase

About a week ago, Sprint officially announced the pricing and availability information for the Photon Q 4G LTE.  As expected, the Android powered QWERTY Slider device officially launched today on Sprint for $199 on a two year contract. In order to purchase the Photon Q 4G LTE by Motorola, you can visit your local Sprint more »

Microsoft Surface tablet rumored to launch Oct. 26 for $199

There is some interesting news regarding the Microsoft Surface tablet that you may want to pay close attention to.  The Surface, running Windows RT, is rumored to launch on October 26 for just $199.  Clearly, Microsoft plans on competing directly with the Kindle Fire and Nexus 7 in order to gain market share for its more »

iOS 6 removes YouTube app, will continue to work within Safari browser

In the new iOS 6 beta build released to developers, the YouTube app, which had its place on the iPhone since 2007, is gone.  Apparently, Apple’s license for using Google apps is over and the YouTube app will no longer be bundled onto the iPhone.  We’ve seen something similar happen with Google Maps, and now more »

Huawei Summit tipped for late October release on T-Mobile

According to a leaked internal T-Mobile document, a new device by Huawei is expected to launch on October 31.  The device in question is the Summit, which is likely the codename for Huawei’s latest device and not the launch name. It’s hard to judge exactly what kind of the device the Summit is going to more »

Complete list of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 specs leak online

Expected to launch during Samsung’s August 15th Galaxy event, we now know even more information regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.  The latest Samsung Android tablet was originally announced during MWC 2012, but Samsung decided to upgrade its hardware in order to make it more competitive when it launches. Today, we have a complete list more »

Ice Cream Sandwich begins rolling out to the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch

After a few hiccups with the initial roll-out for Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch owners, Ice Cream Sandwich is ready to go once again for your device on Sprint.  According to a report from AndroidCentral, many Epic 4G Touch owners are receiving Android 4.0 for their device today. We hope that Sprint and more »

RIM may be laying off 3000 people on August 13th

As RIM prepares its BlackBerry 10 launch, it plans on streamlining its company and become more efficient in costs and operations.  To achieve this goal, RIM is reportedly going to cut another 3,000 jobs by August 13 in order to save costs before the end of Q2. Since BlackBerry 10 is the primary focus of more »

Samsung restoring local search on the international Galaxy S III with another update

After accidentally rolling out a software patch that removed the ability to perform a local search on the internal Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung quickly rectified the issue.  Just a few days ago, Samsung rolled out an OTA update that served as a stability patch, but really removed the ability to search locally stored data. more »

Verizon Galaxy Nexus looks to be getting another non-Jelly Bean update

If you see an update drop for your Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Verizon Wireless in the near future — don’t hold your breath for Android 4.1, because it is simply another ICS update.  Build IMM76Q is reportedly a small ICS OTA software update for the Verizon Wireless Galaxy Nexus that is expected to solve a couple more »

Android 4.1 headed to the Motorola XOOM WiFi tablet

A soak test is available for users who opted-into the program to test the latest software for the WiFi model of the Motorola XOOM Android tablet.  The soak test involves Android 4.1 as it was officially confirmed by Motorola earlier today through its recently published changelog, which can be read below. The soak test brings more »

Huawei Fusion 2 for AT&T spotted at the FCC

According to a recent FCC filing, AT&T will likely launch the Huawei Fusion 2 Android smartphone in the near future.  The Fusion 2 is the successor to the original Fusion by Huawei which is an Android smartphone specifically designed for AT&T’s GoPhone prepaid service. Preliminary details on the Fusion 2 reveals a 3.2MP rear facing more »