Sprint has been trying to promote XOHM for some time now, but we never did hear when an actual cell phone with WiMAX capabilities would be released. The Apple iPhone from AT&T may lack any sort of 3G connectivity, but Sprint plans on leap-frogging that generation altogether to head into the world of 4G. But […]
Maybe you’re one of the lucky folks who managed to snatch up a shiny new Google Nexus S (by Samsung) smartphone over the holidays. Maybe you’re loving that curvaceous display and the Gingerbread-flavored OS, but you want a little more. You want a speed boost. Well, you can now overclock the Nexus S, but it comes at a price.
Uh oh. One of the troubles associated with developing an increasingly popular product is that you become a bigger target for the bad guys too. Google Android is not immune to these kinds of attacks and the most recent one could cost you a pretty penny. That’s because it could start sending you daily jokes and daily horoscopes.