Well, that was fast. The popular iPhone snapshot-taking and photo-sharing app, Instagram, was released for Android phones yesterday and hit a million downloads in less than 24 hours after it was available.
In an interview with TV Tokyo, a Foxconn recruiter mentioned that the company is hiring more workers to prep for the iPhone 5 launch "scheduled" for June.
The Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE is scheduled to be released on April 22, according to a leaked Walmart internal document.
Samsung is offering customers a free extended-life 2100mAh battery and a new back cover with the purchase of the Galaxy Nexus through Samsung Mobile.
Though the device has already gone by two different monikers earlier this month, the HTC One X is now rumored to be called the "HTC EVO One" when it is released by Sprint in June.
As a result of a settlement offer with Oracle, Google has released figures indicating that its Android operating system has made the company less than $550 million in revenues since its launch back in 2008 through 2011.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S users can now update their smartphone's software to the latest iteration of Android Ice Cream Sandwich, version 4.0.4.
In a move to focus more on emerging markets and higher-margin products, Dell has announced that it has stopped selling smartphones in the U.S.
Google recently released an update for its Maps for Android app, bringing it to version 6.5 and providing users with a variety of enhancements and improvements.
A patent filed back in 2011 shows that HTC may be designing a media player similar to the iPod Touch, challenging Apple in a market that remains almost untouched.
Though there were initially some translation issues with its press release, Samsung has announced that it has sold 5 million units of its smartphone/tablet hybrid device, the Galaxy Note.
In what seems like coincidental timing given its ongoing battle to have its nano-SIM design become the industry standard, Apple was just granted a patent for an ejectable SIM card tray.
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