Multiple outlets reporting HTC outed first international Google Play edition launch at event in India
Until now Google Play edition devices have been exclusive to the U.S., but that could be about to change. Multiple Indian media outlets are reporting that the HTC One M8 Google Play edition has been announced for sale there. HTC India has been hosting a media event to officially launch the regular M8 there, but the bigger news is this potential [Read More...]
Samsung’s first Tizen powered smartphones are set to hit the market in Q2 of this year according to a report by Reuters. Yoon Han-kil, senior vice president of Samsung’s product strategy team, said that the first phone to launch around the end of the second quarter will be a high end model, with the next a more mid-range effort. He also said that “Android still needs to be our main business.”
Samsung has previously tried to [Read More...]
The Angry Birds franchise just keeps getting bigger, and the latest release is a full-blown RPG called Angry Birds Epic. Rovio claims this new free-to-play game will be a complete and extensive RPG title with an extensive campaign, turn-based gameplay, end game content, item crafting and more, all set on the fantasy world of “Piggy Island.” Being free-to-play we can expect some in-app purchases to make an appearance, but details aren’t known just yet.
What do you get when you cross A Nintendo gun, Flappy Bird, an HDMI cable and a group of young engineers? Flappy Zapping, that’s what.
Flappy Bird will never die. It’s now one of those silly viral things that will pop up here and there for the next few years, until a new silly viral thing (that will never die) comes to replace it. But I think Eliezer Alvarez and his mechatronic engineer friends have the best Flappy Birds news ever.
Samsung is [Read More...]
Keep your Shield charged and looking good at a solid price with new accessories
Nyko is getting in on a not-so-crowded accessory market for the NVIDIA Shield today with a handful of new products that make your portable gaming machine a little more manageable. First up is a $ 12.99 Shell Case — similar to the first-party one, the hard case wraps around the Shield perfectly to provide protection when you travel with the device. It [Read More...]
Canada is once again getting a jump on its neighbors to the south when it comes to carrier competition. Though the first major LTE network in North America was launched in the United States, Canada can [Read More...]
We’ve known this was coming for some time now, but US Cellular has finally laid out specific details on their 4G LTE launch. You’ll be able to kick the tires and light the fires and of course also satisfy your need for speed in March. That is of course assuming that you are in one of the select cities in Iowa, Maine, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and/or Wisconsin that [Read More...]
TELUS took to Twitter to officially the news that has been known for a few days now. They will indeed be launching the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on their network for Canadians to make use of. If you’re looking to pick one up, you’ll be expected to fork over $ 159.99 on a three year term. But, if you’re not one who digs contracts TELUS will have the device for $ 650 [Read More...]
Samsung and T-Mobile have announced that they will be releasing a “sleek snow white” version of the popular Galaxy S II superphone in time for the holiday season. They did not announce retail availability or price points for the white Galaxy S II, though we expect the phone will be available in T-Mobile stores and may very well make its way to Best Buy, which has a history of selling alternatively-colored [Read More...]
US Cellular this afternoon announced that it’s launching a 4G LTE network in the first quarter of 2012, with select cities in six states getting the nod.
The markets that will initially have the LTE data, which is being provided in conjunction with King Street Wireless, are:
Wisconsin: Milwaukee, Madison and Racine Iowa: Des Moines, Cedar Rapids and Davenport Maine: Portland and Bangor North Carolina: Greenville.
Oklahoma and Texas will see some [Read More...]