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LG G4 Coming To Verizon, AT&T, Sprint And T-Mobile

04/28/2015, Earlier today LG officially unveiled its 2015 flagship smartphone, the LG G4. The company has confirmed its specifications and features, and LG’s carrier partners have also confirmed that they’ll be carrying the device. In the United...

AT&T Announces Silver LG Watch Urbane Availability

04/28/2015, The folks over at AT&T might have something that vampires and werewolves would shun picking up – the silver colored LG Watch Urbane, where it certainly exudes with class to say the least. The LG Watch Urbane is powered by Android Wear, which...

AT&T, T-Mobile Pushing Out Camera Improve Update For HTC One M9

04/21/2015, A couple of weeks ago we reported that HTC had an update for its One M9 handset that would improve its camera. The company then pushed out the update to its unlocked handsets but those on carriers such as AT&T and T-Mobile have yet to receive their...

AT&T Releases Android 5.0 For the Galaxy S4 Active

04/21/2015, The Galaxy S4 Active is nearly two years so understandably it might not have support for future iterations of Android but the device is more than capable of running Android 5.0 Lollipop. Galaxy S4 Active users on AT&T should keep their eyes peeled for...

AT&T Galaxy S5 Active And Galaxy Alpha Receive Lollipop Update

04/15/2015, The Android 5.0 Lollipop update is rolling out to more Samsung devices with each passing day. Initially the focus was on recent flagship models and now that they’ve all been taken care of, the spotlight is now on other variants as well as mid-range...

Nokia Is in Talks to Acquire Alcatel-Lucent

04/14/2015, Nokia Oyj is confirmed to be in talks to buy the Franco-American Alcatel Lucent. The proposal is a bet by two companies to reach to the height of the competitors such as Cisco Systems Inc and Ericsson and also the Asian competitors such as Huawei and...

Carriers Removing Certain Apps From Samsung Galaxy S6

04/13/2015, We’re sure many of you guys aren’t a fan of the bloatware that carriers tend to install on their phones and based on the title, you might be thinking that this is an indication that carriers are cutting out some bloatware from the Samsung Galaxy S6....

AT&T Galaxy S5 Lollipop Update Arrives At Last

04/08/2015, Galaxy S5 owners on AT&T have long been waiting for the Lollipop update to arrive. The second largest mobile carrier in the United States took its time to release this update for Samsung’s 2014 flagship despite the fact that many of its rivals...

AT&T Galaxy S4 SGH-i337 Lollipop Update Released

04/07/2015, AT&T today released the much awaited Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update for the Galaxy S4. The update is being rolled out over-the-air, as all software updates are these days, which means that it will require some time before it’s available to all...

AT&T Inventory List Gives Away The Galaxy S6 Active

04/07/2015, Samsung is known for launching multiple variants of its flagship smartphones which is why it won’t surprise anyone if the company launches a variant of the Galaxy S6, which itself is due for release on April 10th. There have been countless rumors...

AT&T’s Galaxy S6/S6 Edge Turns On In Its Box During Transit

04/06/2015, So you’ve pre-ordered yourself a Samsung Galaxy S6 or a Galaxy S6 Edge from AT&T, you receive the device, and you try to turn it on but it won’t. Now before you freak out and think you’ve received a defective unit, you can rest easy because it...

AT&T Begins Early Shipping Of Galaxy S6 Units To Customers

04/05/2015, The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have been pegged for an official release on the 10th of April, but it looks like for customers who pre-ordered the device via certain carriers, it seems that they have begun to receive their shipments early. We’ve seen...

AT&T’s HTC One M7 To Receive Android 5.0 Tomorrow

03/30/2015, It has been a couple of months since AT&T had promised HTC One M7 users that the Android 5.0 Lollipop update would be headed their way, and while it has been a bit of a wait, we suppose it’s better late than never, right? According to a recent tweet...