New evidence has emerged that the super-size smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy Note is going to be released by T-Mobile. An image of this device, which sports a 5.3-inch display, has appeared on the Web sporting the T-Mobile logo.
There is a wide range of online file hosting services available, but the newly-announced Google Drive adds something extra to the mix: the ability to edit the files stored on this cloud service.
The CEO of Verizon has confirmed something that many of this company's subscribers have been hoping for for a long long time: they will soon be able to connect multiple devices to a single data plan.
Starting today, Verizon Wireless will cover more than two-thirds of the U.S. population after introducing its 4G LTE network to 27 new markets and expanding in 44 other markets.
Although there are a range of factors that can be used to compare wireless carriers, one of the more popular ones is speed. Is AT&T's LTE service faster than Verizon's? What about 3G service?
Today, Sony launched SmartWatch MN2: a wristwatch-like device that allows owners to read text messages, social updates and emails, manage calls, as well as control music that is on an Android smartphone.
We take a look at the Galaxy Note "phablet" as a potential replacement for your tablet. Can you do everything you need to do on the go with something that (almost) fits in your pocket, rather than carrying a separate gear bag for your tablet?
A survey performed by MocoSpace of over 15,000 gamers resulted in some interesting figures concerning the world of mobile gaming. A majority of respondents are using their smartphones and tablets to play games for at least an hour a day, at home and when on the go.
The release of a major system software upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy Note has been pushed back. On the other hand, Samsung promises the new version of Google's operating system will be accompanied with an improved suite of apps for working with the S Pen.
A new post from our site editor on the Brighthand Bytes blog discusses the meaning behind a recent decision by Microsoft to prevent employees from using company funds to buy Apple products.
The GSMA and the Wireless Broadband Alliance are working on a plan to allow smartphones to easily and seamlessly roam between different Wi-Fi networks, even if these are managed by separate companies.
A new blog post from Brighthand's site editor takes a look at some new information on what HP's original plan was to make Palm's webOS into serious competition for the iPhone and Android... a plan that was not followed.
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