Kingston announced that the Wi-Drive wireless external storage device has received a hefty update, including Android support as well as other enhancements and improvements, like a new high-capacity version.
As part of T-Mobile's network modernization efforts, the company plans to launch 4G HSPA+ service in the 1900MHz band in a large number of markets by the end of the year. By rolling out this service in that particular band, subscribers will be able to use such as the iPhone 4S on the carrier?s 4G network.
iPhone users, as well as owners of the iPod touch or iPad, received an update to iOS version 5.1.1 today, which contains a litany of bug fixes and improvements to functionality.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks.
You can use a smartphone for years and not learn all of its tricks. That's why the Brighthand staff has put together this list of the ten most useful features of Apple's smartphone that most people probably aren't aware of.
The Pebble, a highly-customizable ePaper wristwatch that connects to an Android or iPhone, is available for pre-order on Kickstarter now and will be launched later in the year.
A lucky few can go to their local Wal-Mart store and get the iPhone 4S for about one-third off the regular price.
Most people would like to be a bit taller and slimmer, and apparently that goes for the next-generation iPhone. According to an unconfirmed report, Apple is working on a smartphone with some significant design changes.
Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud-based storage solutions, and many iPhone apps tie into it. This may stop soon, as Apple has decided these apps violate its guidelines for third-party software.
According to an expert, Apple's next big move may be to become a wireless service provider, like Verizon or AT&T. This would allow the company to dispense with the "middleman" and control the entire smartphone experience.
Consumer interest in smartphones continued to grow at a strong pace in the first quarter of this year, up 43% year-over-year, according to market-research firm IDC. Essentially all this growth came from just two companies however.
The CEOs of Apple, Samsung, and their legal teams will meet in San Francisco next month to discuss patent disputes that are pending in 10 countries.
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