Slingplayer for Android devices has been around for a while now. Sadly for Kindle Fire owners and their lack of the Android Market, they haven’t been able to indulge upto now. Jan. 31 is the day though, as Slingplayer for Kindle Fire will be arriving in the Amazon Appstore for $ 30.
Shown off at CES, the interface is pretty much the same as the handset version, and thankfully matches [Read More...]
We all really love unfounded rumors about things, right? (OK, not all of us.) Well, Fastcompany seems to believe that Instagram, the ever-popular photo application for iOS devices, could actually land on Windows Phone before Android, eventhough Instagram has already confirmed that they are working on the Android application. Fastcompany is claiming that Microsoft may have worked out a deal with Instagram to bring the application to Windows Phone, but we are left wondering [Read More...]
If you were feeling let down by T-Mobile’s weak showing at CES this year, it’s time to turn that frown upside down. According to Evan Blass of PocketNow, T-Mobile will begin carrying HTC’s thinnest phone ever created, the HTC Ville, this spring.
Expected to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress, rumored specs on the HTC Ville have been around since early November, 2011. Along with Android 4.0 and Sense UI 4, [Read More...]
Well there you have it, ladies and gentlemen. AT&T announced this morning that the HTC Jetstream will be the first 4G LTE tablet on their network. The Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablet will be available in stores and online starting September 4th. We certainly were not expecting the launch date to be so soon, but what’s even more surprising is the sticker price on the HTC Jetstream. AT&T will be selling the [Read More...]