The Samsung Galaxy Note II is launching from two U.S. carriers this week, but Verizon subscribers who want this super-size smartphone still have weeks of waiting ahead of them.
Sprint announced this morning that, during the third quarter of this year, its customers bought over a million smartphones that can connect to its nascent 4G LTE network.
During the third quarter of this year, AT&T subscribers bought 6.1 million smartphones, of which a very large majority were iPhones.
A leaked document for employee training has revealed the release date and pricing for two Windows Phone 8 devices from Verizon Wireless, the Nokia Lumia 822 and the HTC 8X.
Zynga has never been a beloved company, but the gaming giant didn't do themselves any favors yesterday cutting nearly 5% of its employees during Apple's press conference. Zynga's recent layoffs appear to depict a serious decline in the company's earnings and could result in more drastic measures in the future.
T-Mobile released the Samsung Galaxy Note II today as expected, but at a surprising price point. Earlier this week T-Mobile was rumored to be offering this phablet at $300; however, the carrier is actually charging $70 more.
Among the plethora of announcements made today at Apple's Event, the tech company revealed that its offering a free update for iBooks. Our sister site Tablet PC Review has all the details.
It seems that two U.S. telecoms are going to introduce Samsung's super-size smartphone this week. Sprint is definitely going to introduce the Galaxy Note II on Thursday, and T-Mobile might be out sooner.
Nokia has taken the wraps off an entry-level Windows Phone. The Lumia 510 is intended for first-time smartphone buyers, especially in emerging markets.
The next Nexus smartphone is expected to be unveiled a week from today. A nearly full set of specs of this model have now leaked out.
Today, T-Mobile confirms that it will release the LG Optimus L9 on Oct. 31. T-Mobile announced that the new budget-friendly handset will be available both in stores and online for $80 after rebate.
T-Mobile's price points for the Galaxy Note II were revealed via leaked documents. This suggested that T-Mobile's price point will meet the price earlier set by Sprint. Could this be a new turn around for T-Mobile after pricing the Galaxy S III above the competition?
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