If you live near a Futureshop and have yet to pick up an Android tablet yet for whatever reason — this might be your weekend to set aside the time to do so. Right now — Futureshop has the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi version coming with 16GB of storage on sale for only $ 400 until February 10th. That’s $ 100 off the original price for Futureshop and one heck [Read More...]
With HTC and Samsung already expected to announce their own quad-core devices at MWC 2012, LG want to be left out of the party. HTC is expected to announce the Edge, Samsung [Read More...]
Thumbs up, or thumbs down. It’s that simple. The folks at Opinionaided, Inc. have developed an application called Thumb, and what Thumb does is allow you to either seek opinions of others, or share your own opion with them about their image.
Once you launch the application you are given the option to either ask for opinions or to share your opinions, in addition you can also see results [Read More...]
Ever since we first laid eyes on Android Ice Cream Sandwich’s look, we fell in love [Read More...]
Airbnb is one of the most original, creative travel services online today. By serving as a middle man for those travelling and those looking to host travelers, Airbnb has created the most in-depth collection of unique places to stay from all over the world. Today, the absolutely gorgeous Airbnb app is finally available on Android, bringing their entire portfolio of one-of-a-kind retreats right to your mobile device.
The ASUS Transformer Prime is getting another OTA this evening, and reports say that the GPS is working much better. If you recall, there has been issues surrounding the aluminum casing and GPS signal with the Prime, and ASUS was said to be investigating. We’ve confirmed that there’s a new build version number (IML74K.US_epad-220.127.116.11-20120117) as well as an update to the GPS software bringing it to version 6.9.13, but there’s no official [Read More...]
Both the Samsung Epic 4G and the Samsung Epic 4G Touch have new kernel source up at Samsung’s open source portal. The Original Epic 4G has the kernel and other open-source bits for update version EL30 ready to download, and the Epic 4G Touch has the same for version EL29.
Usually when we see source code up for grabs at Samsung, it’s soon followed by an OTA update. We’ve heard rumors [Read More...]
We only have a few short weeks before HTC is expected to announce its 2012 lineup at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but someone thought it would be funny to introduce a few new code names into our vocabulary just to keep us on our toes. According to PocketNow, the HTC Edge should now be referred to as the HTC Endeavor. But if you’re not too fond of that name, you [Read More...]
This is getting interesting. After the recent news that federal testing determined LightSquared’s LTE network plans would never work without interfering with GPS (and a cease to any further testing) LightSquared has come back with guns blazing. In a statement, the company has accused the GPS industry of rigging the results by using antiquated equipment, shrouding the entire process in secrecy, and using unrealistic parameters for failure. Jeff Carlisle, LightSquared’s Executive Vice [Read More...]