An update coming to the Nexus S 4G by Sprint should address a lack of signal in areas where other phones have decent coverage, and also problems dealing with Wi-Fi networks.
The mobile space is exploding with smartphones in every pocket and tablets on the horizon. James Kendrick brings you the latest news from the mobile world and a breakdown of what it means to you. If it is tech and it moves, you'll find it here.
James Kendrick has been using mobile devices since they weighed 30 pounds, and has been sharing his insights on mobile technology for almost that long.
Gateway is using unique technology to put a 14-inch monitor in the 13-inch ID47 notebook.
A new version of Google Maps for Android has rolled out today that adds useful features that will be popular with both those in urban areas and those in rural spots.
Taiwan-based HTC is still rocking the Android theme song and reports its net profits have doubled in the second quarter.
Unlimited smartphone data plans are going away, and for Verizon customers very soon. Folks are concerned about the change, but the fact is most won't notice anything different on the monthly bill.
I have only owned my TouchPad for a couple of days but am happy to report the TouchPad homebrew community is active and producing good stuff.
HP and Amazon told us the Kindle app would be on the TouchPad at launch. Review units had the Kindle app installed, but why isn't it on shipping tablets?
A common complaint about the HP TouchPad is the lack of apps in the store, but there are some good ones. These are my 5 favorite free apps on the TouchPad so far, plus two cool Easter eggs for the TouchPad.
The HP TouchPad is available today and this morning I headed to my local Best Buy and bought a 16GB model. I have been testing the TouchPad today, and offer these first impressions of what I like and what I don't so far.
Owners of the original 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab sold by Sprint will be getting a major upgrade to Gingerbread beginning July 5.