Are you one of the lucky few that got a Nexus S when they were released? If you are and you are a little brave you can check out this kernel from xda-developers that overclocks the new Nexus to 1.2 GHz. This is still a work in progress so don’t expect everything to work, like Bluetooth. This is built on the existing bionix NS1 mod.
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T-Mobile antics are a two-way street. They have come out and said that their plans will either bring them lots of customers or force the industry to change. Well the only ones that have really changed are AT&T. Sure Verizon and Sprint did their “early upgrade” programs, but AT&T is the one that is steadily […]
There’s been so many leaks about the HTC M8, or HTC One already. That when it comes time for HTC’s event on March 25th, they won’t have anything new to show us. We’ve seen our second hands-on review earlier this morning, and now we’re looking at another leak, this time coming from Phonearena which seems […]
At this point, HTC should just put out a press release about the All New HTC One. As we have already seen it in plenty of “hands-on” videos. Last week there was the kid that uploaded the 12-minute long video, which turned into quite the drama during the Oscars. Now it appears another uploader has […]
And the KitKat updates continue to roll out. While OTA’s still aren’t as fast as iOS, they have certainly improved a lot from a year ago and even two years ago. Just about every manufacturer has pushed out a KitKat update for their flagship device. With the latest being for the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4. […]
There are those of us who go all out when it comes to our wireless service. We don’t look too much at what the bill will cost, and just get the best of the best. So when we hear that the average monthly bill in the US for wireless service is at $61.15, we think […]
Our American readers will be unfamiliar how UK phone contracts work (and perhaps a little jealous at their prices), as a refreshed a common practice across the pond is throw in freebies. Of course, this sort of thing happens all over the world, but Sony has made this increasingly regular when a new phone […]