Nokia’s Lumia phones have been lording over the Windows Phone world in terms of navigation mainly because the Nokia Drive app was pretty handy. Handy mainly for the app’s ability to get you to a location – complete with turn-by-turn voice guidance and detailed maps – without needing an active data connection. Well, this should
Samsung is preparing to add a handful of new Galaxy-branded devices soon. After filing trademarks for three Galaxy names earlier this month (for the Galaxy Thunder, Galaxy Express, and Galaxy Premier), Samsung has filed for protection for three more called the Galaxy Grand, Galaxy Premier, and Galaxy Next.
HTC has announced the first few destinations for the new One series of Android-based smartphones: The HTC One X, One S, and One V will be landing in Germany, Austria and Switzerland next week, April 2nd.
Amazon has announced that they’ll be bringing the Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G to over 175 countries starting April 27th, or about half-a-year since they released it in the US. Now you can enjoy… whatever it is (affordable touch-reading goodness?) that US customers have been enjoying since last year. Provided that you live in
Coby has started selling the cheap Android ICS tablets that they brought to CES back in January, bringing out six slates with screens that range from seven- to ten-inch models. If you’re not familiar with Coby yet, don’t expect to find a techno-gem from this tablet line. They all pack in a similar set of