As well as expanding its mid-range portfolio with the Galaxy S Advance, it looks like Samsung is preparing a refresh of its entry-level hardware. A couple of promotional shots for a device dubbed the “Galaxy Mini 2″ have leaked out online, showing some modest improvements on the basic hardware of last year’s Galaxy Mini.
The most significant change is the upping of the screen’s resolution — from QVGA to HVGA. [Read More...]
The gamers in the house will be familiar with the Humble Bundle; it’s a batch of indie games that periodically go on sale for as much as you’re willing to offer, split up as you like between the developers or charity. Traditionally, the Humble Bundle has only been available for PC games, but today they’ve expanded to Android, and the titles the developers are offering are fully cross-platform (meaning [Read More...]
Have you purchased any music from the Android Market yet? Google just offered up some free hit tracks from Drake, Maroon 5, and Mary J. Blige in order to promote their Google Music service. Just click the links below to be redirected to the Android Market and add the free music to your library (sorry, appears to be US only).
Drake “Take Care (feat. Rihanna)” - http://goo.gl/x1aGw Drake “Make Me Proud (feat. [Read More...]
I know, I know, the HTC Thunderbolt is not exactly on top of anyone’s shopping lists right now, as it’s pretty expensive and only runs that raggedy Android 2.2. But what would [Read More...]
If you are a new Android user and you want to start loading up your device with useful apps, you might need a helping hand. This could come from AppZilla, [Read More...]
If you’re in the market for a new feature phone or smartphone from Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint, then you may want to check out your local RadioShack retail store. From now until December 10th, RadioShack will be offering several phones from each carrier mentioned above completely for free with a two year agreement. New customers or ones eligible for an upgrade are able to [Read More...]
Just last week, we wrote about Google adding 14 new partners to its Offers service, and providing filters that can lead to more targeted and relevant deals for individual consumers. Google has decided that keeping track of those deals online or with the Google Shopper app wasn’t enough and decided to release an official Offers app available now. (United [Read More...]
There’s a problem with the daily deal trend, aside from the allegedly horrible return on investment for merchants – a lot of sale items aren’t very desirable or appealing to a larger audience. A person can only drink so many pots of coffee, get so many massages, or eat at a nice Tibetan restaurant so many times [Read More...]
The NHL 2011-2012 season started last week, but the official Android app didn’t land until yesterday. Correction, the official apps didn’t arrive until yesterday because the NHL has decided to split its official app into two offerings: the free NHL Gamecenter and the $ 19.99 NHL Gamecenter Premium.
Gamecenter is an Android 2.1+ companion for all things NHL. Users tell the app the name [Read More...]
Not a whole lot has happened on the Google Wallet front since its initial release but a new update has now appeared in the Android Market and brings a few cool changes and a weird version number with it. v1.0-R33v4 as it is known has the following changes listed:
Find new offers directly in Wallet Updated transaction detail screen (for Tap & Pay and in Transaction History) Merchant name and amount now [Read More...]