Verizon Wireless has once again taken the top spot for wireless network performance in the J.D. Power and Associates semi-annual report, a ranking that is, in part, due to the carrier's aggressive 4G LTE network expansion.
A new Android-powered smartphone has landed at U.S. Cellular, as the carrier has just begun selling the QWERTY keyboard-equipped Samsung Galaxy Metrix 4G online, with the smartphone set to hit retail stores on Friday.
Samsung's streaming music service, Music Hub, has now launched in the US and is available to Galaxy S III owners that are on the AT&T or U.S. Cellular networks.
Nearly half of featurephone subscribers who switched devices in April switched to a smartphone.
Sales of the Samsung Galaxy S III have officially surpassed the 10 million mark, according to an executive from the company. This puts the device well on its way to being the best-selling Android smartphone of the year.
With the past few weeks bringing the Samsung Galaxy S III to Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile consumers, it looks like the smartphone is now available to U.S. Cellular customers too, as the device is now available for purchase online.
When we talk about an operating system being fragmented, we mean that there are lots of versions of it still in use. This is a result of older devices not getting upgrades to the latest version. Recently, quite a few people have expressed concern at how fragmented Google's Android OS is.
A report by Juniper Research shows that environmentally-friendly cell phones will almost reach 400 million by 2017, more than ten times the number that is expected to be shipped in 2012.
Old handsets that end up in landfills leak toxic chemicals into the soil and groundwater. But there are programs that make it easy for consumers to recycle, and even make some money.
A study performed by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) showed that customer satisfaction with phones and with wireless service providers slipped slightly in the last year.
The official announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S III was yesterday, along with a promise that this cutting-edge smartphone will debut in America this summer. There's evidence to believe that every major carrier in the U.S. will be offering it.
A prominent Google engineer involved in the development of the Android OS has given an explanation on why so many people are still waiting for an upgrade to the latest version of this operating system, even though it debuted near the end of last year.
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