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Google Wallet and Google+ app updates for Android released

02/29/2012, Google has started pushing out a new updates for its Google Wallet and Google+ apps on Android. While the Google+ update doesn’t do much except the usual “stability improvements and bug fixes”, the Google Wallet app has received more...

Doro PhoneEasy 740 is an Android phone for the elderly

02/29/2012, Admit it: at some point or the other, we have experienced frustration when trying to teach our parents how to use today’s technology, or for our older readers out there, you guys have probably seen how frustrated your kids get when trying to explain the...

HTC One X won’t have Tegra 3 on AT&T (updated)

02/29/2012, While HTC’s upcoming One X phone will be packing all the latest hardware inside under a massive 4.7″ display, it looks like folks in the US won’t get to enjoy the Tegra 3 goodness of the phone if they decide to go with LTE. According to...

HTC might be interested in making the fourth Nexus device

02/29/2012, A couple of days ago, we reported that according to rumors, LG could be the next manufacturer of the Google’s fourth Nexus device. Not looking to go down without a fight is none other than HTC, the first manufacturer who helped make the Nexus One, the...

Sony Tablet P now available in the US

02/28/2012, It’s been awhile since the Sony Tablet P was announced, and for those of you who are keen on picking up the unique clam-shell Android tablet, you’re in luck. Sony has announced that as of today, the tablet is now available in the US. While the...

LG Optimus Vu First Impressions

02/28/2012, [MWC 2012] With the LG Optimus Vu, LG is entering deep into Galaxy Note territory, and while many consider these big smartphones to be a nice market (we haven’t heard actual sales numbers), both LG and Samsung seem to think that it’s more than that. I...

ZTE PF112 launched

02/28/2012, [MWC 2012] At the Mobile World Congress this year, ZTE announced a whole bunch of new phones. Earlier we gave you some hands on pictures of the quad-core ZTE Era, and now we’ve got some of the ZTE PF112. It wasn’t mentioned what processor the...

Exent GameTanium now on tablets

02/28/2012, [MWC 2012] Remember GameTanium, the video game rental service for Android devices? It launched in July last year for Android smartphones, and it looks it’s now ready to take over other platforms. At MWC 2012, Exent announced that GameTanium will be...

Lumigon T2 announced with Bang & Olufsen audio on board

02/28/2012, While quad-core processors seem to be the buzzword this year at MWC, some manufacturers have decided to opt for style and luxury instead over hardware performance. This really isn’t such a big deal for those who value aesthetics over performance, and if...

10″ tablet with Android 4.0 from China is pretty affordable

02/28/2012, There are plenty of budget tablets to go around, but most of the time the ones that are priced at the $100 mark tend to be smaller in size, usually in the 7” variety in an effort to reduce costs. However if you’re living in China and you’re in the...

Google not-so-subtly hints at “Jelly Bean” Android codename

02/28/2012, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has barely rolled out the majority of handsets but it seems that talk of the next build, Android 5.0, has already begun. Now based on Google’s naming schemes in the past, it is safe to assume that the next generation of...