The NFL announced that NBC will stream the 2012 Super Bowl live, for free, to the web and Verizon smartphones. This is nothing new for the
Today, HP decided to drop an early Christmas present for WebOs loyalists and development. A few month prior things looked bleak for HP after spending $1.2 billion
Calling all pool sharks! Casual league players and those that like to shoot some pool with friends after work and on the weekends are also
Earlier this week we wrote about the Carrier IQ ordeal, we should have know it was only a matter of time with all the media hype and
Computer scientist from North Carolina State University have discovered a weakness in smartphones running Google’s Android operating system that allows attackers to secretly record phone
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A security researcher Trevor Eckhart has posted a video detailing hidden software installed on smart phones that logs numerous details about users’ activities. In a
Do you want the good news, or the bad news first? The bad news is that one-click fraud has, at long last, arrived on smartphones.
Grab some bombs and step into the boots of Serious Sam’s worst nightmare, the Headless Kamikaze. Your muscles are gigantic, you are not wearing a
Taiwanese phonemaker HTC says its recent poor stock market performances are not “so serious”, and points to its plans to release “better and more
Dabble, the hottest new word game for Android smartphones — has come to the tablet! This HD edition is optimized for display on 7″ tablets.
Last month HTC officially announced which deviced would receive the android 4.0 upgrade and when, well today it was LG to publish its list of what
Back in October of this year Apple released the iPhone 4S, which too many was a letdown. The media had hyped up the rumored iPhone
Remember the HTC Chacha (AKA HTC Status sold by AT&T) or the HTC Salsa? Both were supposed to be Facebook phones that were unveiled as