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Pantech Breakout revealed for Verizon Wireless

09/06/2011, The Now Network (aka Verizon Wireless) seems to be on a roll these days, especially when you take into consideration the expansion of its 4G network alongside the plethora of devices introduced for it. Among the latest models that are set to arrive on...

Samsung Stratosphere is Epic 4G LTE handset

09/06/2011, Fancy getting a new 4G LTE smartphone? Well, there is a growing number of options for you to choose from now, and additional information concerning the Epic smartphone from Verizon has started to trickle. Of coourse, the word ‘Epic’ here might...

Motorola DROID Bionic starts arriving at Verizon stores

09/02/2011, What a way to end the weekend. While you slowly chew your nails away, counting down the days until the DROID Bionic’s release date, some photographs of the phone in all its full glory are available for you to feast your eyes on. The kind folks over...

DROID Bionic user guide leaks

09/02/2011, The final piece of the Motorola DROID Bionic puzzle is finally here. No not the phone, but if you’d like to find out everything about how to operate the upcoming superphone on Verizon, the user manual has found its way onto the internet and is...

DROID Bionic TV spot confirms release date?

09/01/2011, After all the rumors about the Motorola DROID Bionic being released next week on September 8th, it looks like we finally have some official proof stating the phone’s release date. A Phandroid reader managed to catch Verizon’s TV advertisement for the...

Motorola DROID Bionic website unlocked

09/01/2011, After the long string of delays and leaks regarding the phone and the recent arrival of the phone’s promo materials it looks like the DROID Bionic is almost here. Yesterday four tech blogs (BGR, Joystiq, Boing Boing, and Android Central) received...

LG Revolution 2 spotted at the FCC?

08/30/2011, Despite the fact that there has been several rumors floating around about a possible successor to the LG Revolution and a roadmap leak which suggested the Revolution 2, not much has been known about the purported device, at least until now when an LG...

Samsung DROID Prime spotted at Bluetooth SIG page

08/30/2011, As most of you should be familiar by now, Verizon has opted not to carry the Samsung Galaxy S II unlike the three other major carriers. Instead it appears that they will be bringing in what is known as the Samsung DROID Prime, a device that was meant to...

Samsung DROID Prime coming to Verizon? (Rumor)

08/29/2011, According to BGR, it seems that they have learned from one of their sources that Verizon has plans to launch a new device known as the Samsung DROID Prime. Based on the name we can’t be sure if this has any relation to the Nexus Prime, the third Google...

Pantech Breakout for Verizon can tether up to 10 devices

08/29/2011, Recently there has been a Pantech phone that has made it past the FCC under the name “Apache”. While there has been no word on the Apache, thanks to a leaked flyer we now know that there is another (or could be the same phone) Pantech phone called the...

Verizon won’t be getting the Samsung Galaxy S 2?

08/25/2011, Bad news for Verizon subscribers who have been itching to throw out their old phones in anticipation of the Galaxy S 2 arriving on the network. According to the latest report by Wall Street Journal, corroborated by the folks at BGR – the Samsung Galaxy...

Select Motorola Xoom users to receive 4G LTE upgrade

08/25/2011, The 4G LTE upgrade for the Motorola Xoom is finally on its way. The folks over at Droid-L                ife managed to get their hands on the instruction emails about the upgrade process that have apparently started appearing in the inbox...

Verizon wants President Obama to step in on patent wars

08/25/2011, Protecting intellectual property is important as it encourages innovation and entrepreneurship, but given the recent wave of patent wars in the tech world we have to wonder where the line is drawn between protecting your IP rights and abusing the system.