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Review: Samsung Galaxy Note II (Sprint) -

A few months ago, Samsung announced the Galaxy Note II, the successor to the widely popular Galaxy Note. The Note. 

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Review: LG Intuition (Verizon) – Just An Awkward Phone -

Over the years, Android phones have gradually, and drastically, increased in size. From the 3.2-inch G1 to the. 

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Review: Sony Xperia ion (AT&T) – Yes, Sony Released a Phone With Gingerbread -

Sony’s past smartphone attempts in the United States have never truly caught on. The Xperia Play was a great. 

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10 Android Apps You Must Download

By admin | On Monday, July 29th, 2013 - 494 Comments »

In the past couple of years mobile apps have become everybody’s favorite tools for convenience and entertainment. Whether you’re looking to organize your life, kill time with some arcade fun, conduct business, listen to music, etc., there’s an app that can help you do it. Actually, it’s a bit overwhelming! So to help you pick out some of the true treasures, here are. 

Working And Gaming On Tablets

By Guest | On Monday, November 26th, 2012 - 5,201 Comments »

The internet connects everything that we do from our local shop, to what entertains us when we get home and has become a huge part of our everyday lives. But with modern devices we also take the internet with us where ever we go, for work and gaming, and it lets us keep in touch with those around us or find out information instantly with just a simple search. Devices such as smartphones and. 

Review: Samsung Galaxy Note II (Sprint)

By Jordan | On Sunday, November 4th, 2012 - 4,024 Comments »
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A few months ago, Samsung announced the Galaxy Note II, the successor to the widely popular Galaxy Note. The Note II brought a multitude of improvements over the original Note, including a larger display, quad-core CPU, and LTE connectivity. How does the Note II stack up against the competition? Display When you first see the Note II, you’re gonna notice the screen. No other way around. 

Review: LG Intuition (Verizon) – Just An Awkward Phone

By admin | On Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 - 2,810 Comments »
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Over the years, Android phones have gradually, and drastically, increased in size. From the 3.2-inch G1 to the 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II, phones just keep getting bigger and bigger. For the most part, though, the aspect ratios of Android devices have all been 16:9, making them relatively easy to navigate. Apps are also able to scale up to fit the larger displays. LG, however, has decided to. 

LG Confirms Nexus 4 Announcement for October 29th

By Jordan | On Monday, October 22nd, 2012 - 3,593 Comments »
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As pretty much everyone has expected, the press conference that Google will be holding next Monday will unveil the next-generation Nexus phone. With all of the rumors in the past six months, it has boiled down to one, LG manufactured Nexus device that runs on the same internals as the Optimus G (4.7-inch 720p display, quad-core S4 Pro CPU, etc.), dubbed the Nexus 4. A head of Product Planning. 

Rumor: Galaxy Note II Hitting T-Mobile October 24?

By admin | On Monday, October 8th, 2012 - 1,909 Comments »
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T-Mobile sold the original Galaxy Note for all of a week and this could be why. The fine folks at TmoNews have gotten their hands on a leaked internal document that claims the Galaxy Note II will be available in both white and grey on October 24th. What’s interesting about that date is the fact that Samsung is holding an event in New York City on the same day. During that event, the. 

News: Motorola Discontinues WebTop Accessories

By admin | On Monday, October 8th, 2012 - 1,427 Comments »
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When Motorola announced the original Atrix 4G one of the big selling points of it was the WebTop accessory lineup. WebTop was software that allowed users to dock their phone into a laptop dock and use it to power the laptop. Motorola, which called this software the future of computing, announced this weekend that it will be discontinuing this software due to the lack of adoption and poor.