Why wait to fight on black Friday for something free? Aio Wireless has the hookup for a free Android smartphone going on now until December 8th. Skip the lines, the rude people, and crowded parking lots.
Perhaps you’ve been wanting to make the switch from iOS to Android, but you’re not quite sure where to begin. I guess this is what Google’s Eric Schmidt is banking on, especially around the holiday season. After all, it’s always the holidays where I tend to get a new smartphone. RIP Blackberry. So, Schmidt has decided to push you in the direction of Android and with that, he has written a guide on Google+ to help you get started on your switch.
AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have all agreed to stop charging for premium spam texts. Yes, it’s basically everyone but Verizon. I guess we know who’s getting picked on on the playground. For a while now, U.S. carriers have been charging customers for text subscription services regardless of whether or not they signed up for the service in the first place.
Lots of retailers and carriers are pushing out the holiday deals prior to the impending Black Friday 2013 shopping day, and we’re not complaining! Sprint is the latest smartphone carrier to follow suit as they have recently released their holiday 2013 promotions.
Recently, HTC released its super-sized smartphone, the HTC One Max. If you’re in the U.S., and specifically a Sprint customer, you’ll be glad to know that the HTC One Max is expected to arrive on the carrier starting November 15, according to a product listing on Best Buy’s and Sprint’s websites. There’s no official announcement more »
Earlier today, Nokia unveiled a handful of devices including two 6-inch handsets, an upgraded Asha lineup and a Windows RT tablet. During the event, the folks at Nokia also had some good news for Windows Phone 8 users and that is: Instagram is finally coming to Windows Phone 8 ecosystem along with Twitter’s Vine application. more »
Sony unveiled what they claim to be the “best of Sony” in the form of Sony Xperia Z1 earlier this month. There were rumors circulating all over the internet that a miniature version of the flagship is in works as well. We’ve also seen the handset posing for the camera on a number of occasions more »
Republic Wireless opened to the public last year with a different take on mobile phone service. Instead of relying heavily on cell towers for voice and data service, Republic Wireless offloads those functions onto Wi-Fi networks instead. Phones that use Republic Wireless are outfitted with Hybrid Calling functionality that allows customers to make and receive more »
We saw a number of rumors which pointed towards a possible launch of HTC One in blue color. Rumors have even suggested that the device will be exclusively available for Verizon customers — which quickly went down the drain, as Verizon has already launched the HTC One in its classic silver color. Now, the blue HTC One emerged from ‘out of more »
Perhaps two of the most popular Korean brands are LG and Samsung. We can consider these two as big rivals when it comes to consumer electronics and gadgets but in a weird twist of fate, LG is going to benefit from a Samsung product. Why, LG’s very own cellular network, LG U+, is offering the more »
Verizon announced a few days back that it will finally begin carrying HTC’s flagship device, HTC One. The sign- up page for purchasing One is also live and it will be available for sale starting Thursday 22 August. If you didn’t already know, a 32GB version of the device will be available for sale for more »
With all of the rumors popping up around the next generation Galaxy Note (III), we have a pretty good idea that Samsung is likely planning to unveil the device in September at IFA 2013 in Berlin. However, just a few months before the alleged launch, a Snapdragon 600 powered Samsung Galaxy Note II – codenamed more »