Tag Archive: Phones


RadioShack gives thanks for Android phones, win a free AT&T Samsung Infuse 4G

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This week RadioShack has a big holiday sale that includes over 20 phones for free and they teamed up with Android and Me to give away a few units. Read on for the full details.

RadioShack’s giant free phones sale

Through Wednesday, November 23rd, RadioShack has over 20 different phones from Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and Sprint, all available for free with  [Read More…]

AmazonWireless puts all AT&T, Sprint, Verizon Android phones on sale for $0.01

Amazon is having a massive sale on its entire line of Android phones, offering dozens of devices for only $ 0.01. The Penny-Pincher Sale drops the price of all AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon phones down to a penny when paired with a 2-year agreement. This applies only to new contracts.

The deal starts now and runs until November 28, 2011 at 11:59 PDT. Surprisingly,  [Read More…]

RadioShack gives thanks for Android phones, win a free Verizon Samsung Stratosphere

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This week RadioShack has a big holiday sale that includes over 20 phones for free and they teamed up with Android and Me to give away a few units. Read on for the full details.

RadioShack’s giant free phones sale

Through Wednesday, November 23rd, RadioShack has over 20 different phones from Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and Sprint, all available for free with  [Read More…]

HD Widgets expanded for phones and 7-inch tablets

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The folks behind HD Widgets have expanded their sexy widget collection, and now include support for phones and 7-inch tablets.  On the phone side, support is now available for hdpi phones (like the Samsung Nexus S pictured above) and mdpi phones (like the LG Optimus One, also pictured).  Everything you love about HD Widgets for your Honeycomb tablet  still remains — tons of customization options, colorful backgrounds, in-depth weather forecasts, and a  [Read More…]

HTC’s plans for 2012: No cheap phones, better tablets

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HTC is undoubtedly thinking about 2012. This year was great, but next year shows more potential with quad-core processors, Ice Cream Sandwich and even better technology on the horizon. Companies will have to step up their game, especially with Windows 8 tablets entering the arena.

The tablet market is not exactly the surest way to turn a profit right now. These devices are still considered a bit of a luxury, and many  [Read More…]

Deal Alert: AT&T 4G LTE phones get $100 price cut in select areas

The Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and HTC Vivid were announced just a week ago as the first 4G LTE phones on AT&T, and both are already on sale in select cities. The Skyrocket is listed at a $ 249.99 suggested price, but it costs only $ 149.99 when purchased online at AT&T Wireless. The Vivid meanwhile costs only $ 99.99 instead of the  [Read More…]

HTC promises Ice Cream Sandwich for short list of phones in 2012

HTC has finally given some cold-hard assurances about which of its current crop of phones can expect to receive the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. In a post to its Facebook page in the wee hours of the morning, HTC confirmed that it plans to deliver Ice Cream Sandwich to the following phones:

HTC Amaze HTC EVO 3D, EVO Design 4G HTC Sensation,  [Read More…]

First quad-core Tegra 3 phones to arrive in February?

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Which company will deliver the first quad-core Tegra 3 Android smartphone and when will it be available? I originally predicted it would happen this year, and it looked to be on track when NVIDIA unveiled Tegra 3, saying it would arrive in tablets by August with smartphones to follow by Christmas. Unfortunately that schedule was changed to tablets in October and smartphones in Q1 2012. We have yet to get our hands  [Read More…]

Verizon locks down phones; will it affect the Samsung Galaxy Nexus?

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For many Android fans, tinkering around with devices is one of the most fun advantages of the platform (rooting, ROMs, etc.). This is why locked bootloaders have always been a problem for true believers of Android’s open ecosystem. Even after many months of debate, this problem is still very prominent.

But whose fault is this? Many tend to blame the manufacturers; they take a lot of heat from consumers. We must  [Read More…]

Site that sells phones gets early SEO love by posting unannounced device at a higher price than you’ll likely actually pay

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Make sense?

This happens a lot, folks, so let’s explain it again: A website that sells phones — a third-party retailer, if you will — knows just as well as you or I that the Galaxy Nexus (aka the Nexus Prime, aka the Samsung GT-i9250) is going to be announced next week. So it takes a leaked picture and slaps it up on its site, and gets us all to write about  [Read More…]