Google Wallet For iOS and Android Lands Some Sweet Deals

Google Wallet now available on Sprint's HTC One, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S4 and US Cellular's Note II

Google has been busy updating their Google Wallet service. Earlier today, the company announced that customers in the U.S. will be able to obtain a Google Wallet card, complete with a MasterCard logo. Google has added some Holiday deals to its Wallet app today for both iOS and Android, bringing tons of savings and reward…

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 boosts benchmarks scores by 20%

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Ars Technica put the Galaxy Note 3 to the test and discovered something fishy about the device’s benchmark scores. Despite having almost the same internals as the LG G2, the Note 3 blew the G2 out of the water. This discrepancy caused Ars Technica to take a closer look at how the Note 3 handles…

Google Makes Quickoffice for Android and iOS Free

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Google has made its Quickoffice app free for iOS and Android users, allowing users to edit and produce Microsoft Office documents on their mobile devices. Quickoffice offers seamless Google Drive storage, where users can upload their documents and have them converted to the Google docs format. In addition to being able to edit and create…

Samsung announces the Galaxy Note 3

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Samsung held its Unpacked Episode 2 event today and used the occasion to announced the Galaxy Note 3 as well as its companion the Galaxy Gear and a 10.1-inch tablet, the Note 10.1 2014. As expected, the successor to the Note 2 sports more distinct lines with squared off edges and a more blocky look…

Sprint stops selling iDEN phones

Sprint ditching Nextel by 2013

In an unsurprising  move, Sprint is no longer selling iDEN phones that run on Nextel’s network. The carrier has removed the iDEN handsets from Boost Mobile’s website and calls to several Sprint locations by Phone Scoop suggest the carrier is no longer stocking the phones in its stores. Earlier this year, Sprint began to accelerate the timeline…

Clearwire says its network could hit 168 Mbps

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Clearwire may not be the strongest company financially, but it does have one thing going for it — spectrum. The wireless service provider has a lot of spectrum and it hopes to use this wireless asset to produce big, fat mobile pipes capable of download speeds as high as 168 Mbps. Much of the spectrum…

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