News – Mar 18th

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Xperia SP and Xperia L announced by Sony, both equipped with 8MP Exmor RS camera
Today Sony has added two new members to its Xperia family, the Xperia SP and Xperia L.

Calum MacDougall, Director of Xperia Marketing at Sony Mobile Communications said:
“Xperia SP and Xperia L are ideally suited for those seeking stylish class-leading smartphones that don’t compromise on features…

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Today’s Wallpapers 18/03/2013

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Today’s Wallpapers 18/03/2013
Check out today’s featured mobile wallpapers!  You can download these wallpapers for your favourite device in our wallpaper gallery and customize your mobile to suit your unique personality.  We are always updating our wallpaper galleries with the freshest content.  You can find the very latest wallpapers in the sidebar, so make sure to check that out every time you visit us!

Today’s 360×640 Wallpapers
      
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It looks like Motorola is starting to get on a bit of a Jelly Bean roll. Today Verizon revealed that it has approved the Android 4.1 update for the Motorola DROID 4, which weighs in at 356MB and is software version 98.72.18.XT894.Verizon.en.US. As is to be expected with a Jelly Bean update, DROID 4 owners will receive Google Now, expandable notifications and Voice Search with the update…

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I’m on day seven of a 30 day challenge with the HTC One , the manufacturer’s newest flagship smartphone.  Coming soon to the US, the HTC One features a beautiful metal build and solid internal specs like a 4.7-inch 1080p HD display, 1.7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 CPU, and Android 4.1 with HTC Sense 5…

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US, Canada and Sweden getting Snapdragon 600 based Galaxy S4 The Samsung I9500 Galaxy S4 is the first smartphone with an octa-core processor or at least in some regions. As expected, the North American versions of the phone will use a Snapdragon chipset instead (a 600 to be precise). So, both the US and Canada are getting quad Krait 300 cores and Adreno 320 GPU instead of Cortex-A15 / A7 CPU cores (four of each) and PowerVR SGX544MP3 GPU…

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AT&T Adds New Data Plans Including One That Costs $500
Long gone are the days of truly unlimited data plans (well expect for Sprint but coverage is iffy with Sprint) leaving families with huge data usage out in the cold. Well not anymore AT&T just offered up three brand new data plans that even the most data hogging families can’t bust.

These plans are:

30GB option is available for $300 per month
 40GB option for $400 per month
 50GB option for $500 per month

All of these plans also have unlimited talk and text included in them…

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Sony Xperia L

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Announced along with the Xperia SP on Monday March 18, 2013, was the Xperia L.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs. Google Nexus 7 – Video Comparison
Samsung has announced its 8-inch Android tablet and MWC earlier this year. On the other side we have the most popular 7-inch Android tablet, the Google Nexus 7. How they stack against each other? Check the comparison video after the break.

Samsung did a great job with its Galaxy Note 8…

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Sony Xperia SP hands-on: First look Sony created quite the stir in the Android high end with its Xperia Z flagship – a slick device of elegant design and impressive spec sheet. Today, it's looking to capitalize on that momentum with a new midrange offering in the Xperia SP. Sony's most…

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Sony Xperia SP, Xperia L EU pricing revealed Sony announced the latest addition to its Xperia lineup earlier today but left out the pricing details. Luckily that didn't last too long as the Xperia SP and Xperia L have already been priced in Europe. Sony Xperia SP, the mid-range offering from the company, which packs a decent a hardware is priced at €419 (about $545) and the entry-level Xperia L smartphone will carry a price tag of…

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Heads up, Gmail fans on Android, because Google just announced an update for its Gmail app with some pretty noteworthy improvements. Over on the Official Gmail Blog, Google has revealed that the newest version of Gmail now allows users on Android 4.1 and up to reply to, archive or delete emails from directly within the Android notification shade…

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Sony Xperia SP announced with 720p LCD, dual-core Krait and LTE Sony has just introduced the latest addition to its smartphone lineup called Xperia SP. The mid-range smartphone runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and comes with a 4.6" 720p Bravia Engine 2 LCD and a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960Pro chipset. The Sony Xperia SP's dual core Krait CPU is clocked at 1…

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Sony Xperia SP

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The Sony Xperia SP became official today with great features including a new transparent element that can change colors to notify users of incoming calls and messages.

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AT&T’s Mobile Share data plans originally launched in August 2012 with data buckets ranging in size from 1GB to 20GB. Today AT&T announced that it’s going even larger with its Mobile Share offerings by launching new 30GB, 40GB and 50GB options for business and customers. Pricing for these new plans is set at $300 per month for 30GB, $400 for 40GB or $500 for 50GB, and customers that need a bit more data added each month can do so for $15 per gigabyte…

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It’s almost impossible to narrow down every specific reason why someone might pick one smartphone over another. Sure, we try to narrow it down to a few major things, like operating system, apps, display size or even carrier, but the truth is there could be any number of reasons why someone decides to pick that one phone over that other phone …

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Grab your calendars, folks. T-Mobile just sent out invitations for an event that’s taking place in New York on March 26, which is just one week from tomorrow. While the magenta carrier doesn’t come out and say exactly what it’s got planned for the shindig, the image include a teaser that reads “We’re still a wireless company…

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In week 54 of PhoneDog Media’s Official Smartphone Rankings™, the Samsung Galaxy Note II kept the first place title from the BlackBerry Z10 yet again, keeping Android firmly on top of BlackBerry 10.  Galaxy Note II seems to have returned to the top, but can it withstand the competition that is sure to come from the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One?
MT PLEASANT, SC – For 54 weeks and counting, PhoneDog Media’s Official Smartphone Rankings™ (OSR) has become the…

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Sony unveils the mid-range Xperia L The Sony Xperia L joins the mid-range ranks in Sony's smartphone portfolio with a cameraphone twist to it. The Xperia L is equipped with an 8MP camera, which uses Sony's latest mobile Exmor RS sensor and offers a built-in HDR mode for both stills and video. What's more, the smartphone comes with a dedicated camera shutter key…

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Image of Purple Galaxy SIII for Sprint leaked
Samsung has announced its 2013 flagship handset, the Galaxy S4, but it looks like it’s still not done with its most successful Android smartphone to date, the Galaxy SIII.

According to the latest leak (again provided by @evleaks), Sprint is getting an exclusive color of the Samsung Galaxy SIII, Purple, and is expected to hit the shelves in mid-April…

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Back to normal voting business after celebrating an exciting one year anniversary week for the Official Smartphone Rankings.  The Samsung Galaxy Note II found it’s way back to the #1 position for a second straight week after falling to the BlackBerry Z10.  Will it hold onto #1 for another week with the arrival of the HTC One?  Only your votes will tell…

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