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Mad Catz Announces The M.O.J.O. Android Powered Console

Android gaming consoles have really exploded in popularity in the last year, arguably all starting with the OUYA. Now Mad Catz wants to get into the Android powered console wars, as they have introduced the M.O.J.O. console. We’re not sure if we needed another one, but if Mad Catz does it right, it might propel this market much further. In terms of… Read more

Google Purchases Waze For An Undisclosed Amount

Waze is a mapping app for both iOS and Android developed in Israel which focuses on community based mapping and outsmarting traffic. The app records roads and traffic as you drive, creating a community based map that uses everyone’s data to make everyone’s commute much easier. Apparently, Google sees a lot of value in it because they have just… Read more

C Spire Getting Its Own Taste Of The HTC One

If you’re a C Spire customer who’s looking for a new phone, then we have some good news for you. C Spire has announced that the HTC One will be hitting their network “in the future”. They’re not as keen to release any more details than that but hey, at least we know that it’s coming. While C Spire may be fairly small, they’re one of the better known… Read more

AT&T Adds New LTE Markets And Expands Others

Everybody wants 4G LTE and it’s all carriers can do to try and keep up with the demand. The latest to grow their LTE coverage is AT&T who’s both creating new LTE markets as well as expanding some existing ones. Here’s a nice bullet-pointed list of new LTE markets: Cortland, Seneca Falls and Auburn, N.Y. Northern Madison County, N.Y. (now… Read more

Deal: Refurbished Galaxy Note 10.1 For $300 At Woot

The recently released Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 has been fairly well received, and funny enough, shares most of its specs with the older Galaxy Note 10.1. It has the same quad core Exynos (but clocked slightly lower), dual cameras, a 1280×800 10.1″ display, 16GB of memory, a big 7,000 mAh battery, and Android 4.1 with some awesome features. And though we… Read more

The Dog Park: Week Of June 3rd

Google’s app beta system was announced back at Google I/O, and this week, some of the biggest Play Store devs decided to embrace it. Both Falcon Pro and Nova Launcher now offer beta versions of their apps through the Play Store when you join their communities. Also, a lot of tablets were announced, some good, some not so good. And on top of that, Google… Read more