We previously reported that a Nokia Windows RT tablet is on its way, with an unveiling expected at MWC in 2013. Now it seems that we have a bit more information about what the Nokia tablet will have for features.
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We’ve seen quite a few game controllers for iOS and Android over the years, but the FlipSide certainly looks a bit different from what we are accustomed to.
When Apple finally unveiled the iPad Mini, few to none of us were surprised. That said, we were more than a little stunned to see Apple turn around and release a 4th generation iPad only about a half year after the release of the 3rd gen model. Despite some complaints, iPads are still selling strong. So was this aggressive and short cycle for the iPad a bad move for Apple? They don’t seem to think so, if rumors are to be believed.
Christmas comes early for 29 new Verizon markets that now have LTE services turned on in their area.
Holiday apps sales are abound with Christmas just days away. Yesterday we covered the sales for Square Enix games, now it is Sega’s turn.
When it comes to the Raspberry Pi, there are many unique uses for the $35 hobbyist board. That includes turning your Pi into a mini-laptop it seems.
We’ve reviewed Wild Blood in the past, and while not a perfect game, it is still quite a bit of fun. Still, not everyone wants to pay top-dollar for mobile games. If you are looking for a fun time-waster without paying a lot of money, you’ll be pleased to now that the game is now on sale.
A new rumor suggests that HTC might be working on new Windows RT tablets for release in 2013.
When it comes to mobile games, you get what you pay for. While many great games are only a few dollars, if you want a truly detailed and engrossing mobile experience, you generally have to pay quite a bit more.
Recently we’ve reported on the hardware for the Blackberry L-Series, and we’ve even shown off detailed screen-shots of the new Blackberry 10 OS. RIM’s latest OS and hardware certainly seems to be shaping up as something worthy of interest, but it all boils down to carrier support.
At the current pricing, the Nexus 7 represents an exceptional deal, but what if you could get Google’s 7-inch tablet for even cheaper? According to industry suppliers reporting first to DigiTimes, you might soon be able to get a budget version of the Nexus 7 for as little as $99
In honor of Mobile Magazine’s 12th anniversary, we are pulling out all the stops to offer one of our biggest contest giveaways yet.
The way we listen to music has changed a lot over the decades. There was a time when everyone had vinyl records. Then came cassettes and CDs. Finally the revolution of MP3 players starting surfacing in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
NORAD and their Santa Tracker effort recently jumped ship from Google Maps over to Microsoft’ Bing Maps and the power of Windows Azure technology. What does that mean for Google exactly? It means that Google has decided to make a tracking app of their own, available for Android devices and Google Chrome.
Today Facebook announced that it is providing several new options for users and developers when it comes to viewing and creating ads that allow mobile app installation.
According to SamMobile, Samsung is preparing a new mid-ranged device for its first showing at CES.
Blackberry 10 is just around the corner and with it comes a whole new era for RIM. Whether or not the changes that come with BB10 will be enough remains unseen, but one thing is for sure: in today’s age you need apps to succeed.
Looking at the picture above, you are probably trying to decide what the heck this thing is. I’m right there with you. The Lit Motors C-1 isn’t quite a motorcycle, but nor is it really a car. This two-person transport has just a pair of wheels and has been gyroscopically stabilized so it doesn’t tip over.
Remember iOS 6.0.1 back in early November? This update was supposed to fix a great number of things, and that included Wi-Fi issues with iOS 6.
We’ve already seen quite a few high quality images of the Blackberry 10-based L-Series handset. What about the actual interface itself? Now a new leak shows off screenshots detailing the new Blackberry 10 OS.
The LG Nexus 4 is a beautiful and powerful piece of hardware. It is an excellent phone and one of the best Android phones on the market right now– if you can actually managed to get your hands on it.
Hate Facebook for Android? You aren’t alone. The app is known for being a slow and terrible mess. The good news is that Facebook has finally recognized the problem and built a new version from the ground up. The latest update has better load and resume times, improved overall navigation and much more.
A new photo has now hit the net of what appears to be a massive Galaxy Note-sized Nokia smartphone. The prototype is known as the “Juggernaut Semaphore” and in a setting screen photo reveals that it is running on an up-to-date Snapdragon S4 chipset.
While the international version of the Galaxy S3 has had Jelly Bean for about three months, the same can’t be said for the United States. It took quite a bit longer in the States, but now every major carrier has Jelly Bean– Except Verizon. The good news is that the Jelly Bean rolls out to the Verizon network starting today.
There has never been a greater time to buy a smartphone I’d wager. From Nokia to Samsung to Apple and even (surprisingly) LG– there is lot to love. When it comes to iconic smartphone leaders though, we still often hear the names Samsung and Apple come up.
It seems that today Apple lost in an infringement case brought against them by patent-licensing firm MobileMedia Idea LLC.
In a recent interview with Bloomberg, Schmidt essentially declared it is the winner of the mobile war against Apple.
Own an HTC Evo 4G LTE on Sprint’s network? Good news, Jelly Bean is arriving today, or so we hope! The news arrived last night by way of an anonymous tipster reporting to Android Police.
Curious about BB10, or more specifically the fullscreen touch Blackberry L-Series? Thanks to Tinhte.vn we now have in-depth photos that show the overall design and styling found in the L-Series.
On Monday we reported that the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire was arriving at a stunningly low $250, which was $50 off. Unfortunately, it was a one day deal, only. The good news is that now it seems that Amazon is repeating the deal with all of the Kindle Fire family. You can now get the original Kindle Fire for $20 off, the 7-inch HD model for $25 off and the 8.9-inch Fire HD for $50 off.
It seems that Google has now pulled the LG Nexus 4 Android 4.2.x system images and binaries offline. These files were supposed to be out there to allow Nexus 4 modders a way to restore their devices to an original state, making the Google Nexus 4 almost impossible to brick.
Managed to pick up a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from Verizon only to find you are now stuck with a locked bootloader? The good news is that Adam Outler has now revealed how to unlock your Note 2 via XDA TV.
Microsoft has officially confirmed what many of us have been expecting for a very long time, the Microsoft Surface RT is going to finally start expanding to new retail locations.
Very few gaming systems have evolved the way the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 have. When the Xbox 360 game out, it was pretty much just a gaming system. Sure, it had a little bit of multimedia capabilities, but they were secondary at best.
You know the old saying, time flies when you are attacking structures built by pigs– or something like that. Can you believe it has truly been three years already since Angry Birds first hit the scene? In that time we’ve seen quite a few special editions, including the recent Angry Birds Star Wars.
Hulu Plus just received a new update for Android today, integrating “Hulu Kids” into the app, providing ad-free content with kids in mind. This new feature also adds parental controls into the mix.
Microsoft’s SkyDrive is far from being the only cloud storage out there on the market today, but it is about to get a very useful new feature that could certainly help it stand out. SkyDrive is now coming to the Xbox 360 through an Xbox app.
Looking for extra protection for your LG Nexus 4? Perhaps you are afraid of scuffing the sides of your beautiful new flagship smartphone? You’ll be happy to know that the LG Nexus 4 bumper case is back in stock at the Google Play store.
Yesterday we reported on the teaser that suggested “Something new” is coming for CES 2013 from Samsung. We personally doubted that Samsung was referring to the highly-anticipated Galaxy S4, and it seems that CNET agrees.
Have an international version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, or more specially model GT-N7100? Exciting news, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is now available for your downloading pleasure.
We previously reported that the LG Nexus 4 was able to connect to LTE networks in Canada with a simple tweak that works with a dormant LTE chip inside of the phone’s hardware. Unfortunately, Canada was about the only place that the Nexus 4 would work for LTE.
Throughout most of my elementary, middle and high school existence I learned that computers from home were generally very different from what most of us had in home.