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    HTC Vivid Review (AT&T)

    The HTC Vivid from AT&T is a pretty monumental device because it’s one of AT&T’s first two smartphones to come with support for their growing 4G LTE network. The HTC Vivid recently debuted along side the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket phone, which is the other handset from AT&T’s line-up with 4G LTE support. With […]

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    Win the Samsung Galaxy S II Smartphone!

    Just in time for the holidays, we’re giving away the Samsung Galaxy S II Smartphone for AT&T. What does the Samsung Galaxy S II Smartphone have to do with Samsung’s new Smart TVs? Plenty! For starters, both gadgets are cutting edge, app driven, and both pack in brilliant LED-based displays – the kind that Samsung […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket Review (AT&T)

    The new Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket for AT&T is hardly a far cry from its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S II, and that is a good thing. For a full review of the Samsung Galaxy S II, go here. With the Skyrocket, Samsung has made subtle, but significant changes to the Galaxy S II […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S II Review – AT&T

    The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the few smartphones that has been aggressively taking a bite out of the iPhone’s pie. To date Samsung has sold over 10 million Galaxy S II handsets. We first got to check out the Samsung Galaxy S II at MWC 2011. Several months later, the Galaxy II […]

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    Hands-on with the HTC Amaze 4G and Sensation XL

    HTC is busy showing of their latest handsets at CTIA Enterprise in San Diego this week, so we finally got the opportunity to play with the HTC Sensation XL with beats audio. This device was announced last week at a big launch party in London, and it is one of HTC and Beats by Dr. […]

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    iPhone 4S Stands for Siri and Sprint

    Apple’s press conference in Cupertino today wasn’t the announcement of the iPhone 5 that many were expecting, but the iPhone 4S, coming to stores on October 12th, isn’t just a rehash of the iPhone 4. It might look that way on the surface, but Apple has turned to the inner workings of their hit smartphone […]

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    Acer ICONIA TAB A501 Lands at AT&T with 4G

    The Acer ICONIA TAB A501 has finally arrived, and it’s ready to debut with AT&T’s 4G under the hood. The new Acer ICONIA TAB A501 is a 10.1 inch tablet running Android Honeycomb. It will be available with support for AT&T’s HSPA+ network. The tablet itself features a high-gloss finish that is complimented by an […]

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    Huawei Impulse 4G is a $29 Android Phone for AT&T

    Looking to jump on the Android smartphone bandwagon, but you’re on a budget? Well the new Huawei Impulse 4G might just be right up your alley. The Impulse 4G costs just $29.99 yet manages to be a full fledged smartphone that runs Android. Granted, it’s just Android 2.2 Froyo, and not Gingerbread. But for just […]

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    HTC Status Review (AT&T)

    We first eyed the HTC Status back in February at MWC where it was first debuted as the HTC ChaCha, but also as the Facebook Phone. The HTC Status is a breath of fresh air in comparison to all the Android Smartphones that are coming out nowadays. For starters, its candy-bar with a QWERTY form-factor […]

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    Why an Unlocked iPhone 4 Rumor Needs to Be True

    It wouldn’t be a new week without at-least one Apple rumor floating around, and one of the latest Cupertino rumors says that an unlocked iPhone 4 model is finally going to become available in the U.S. While many other countries, including Canada, already have unlocked iPhone 4’s available, AT&T has been doing their best to […]

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    New York City Parks Get Free Wi-Fi, Again

    Mayor Bloomberg and AT&T chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson are launching free Wi-Fi in service at 26 park locations across the five boroughs. Three parks are already up and running with AT&T Wi-Fi, and those parks include Battery Bosque in Battery Park, the north-end playground in Joyce Kilmer Park and around the recreation center at […]

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    Pantech Crossover is an Android Phone for Clumsy Types

    There hasn’t been much news coming out of Pantech lately, so it’s about time that they announced a new phone. The Pantech Crossover is Pantech’s first Android smartphone in the U.S. The device is hardly cutting edge but it packs in the basics for what looks like it could be a decent affordable smartphone. The […]