AT&T has announced a new pilot program that is scheduled to start in New York City called Street Charge, which supports cellphone users who are in need of some extra battery juice by providing them with solar-powered charging stations around the city.
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HTC has kept us in the dark about its plans to push Android 4.2.2 to the One, while recent rumors have suggested that the update could be rolling out soon. According to Three U.K., however, the update has been pulled with no specific reason given.
Several authorities from ten different countries around the globe wrote a letter to Google CEO Larry Page today, asking the company to provide clarification on various privacy concerns. The request for detailed information, from Mexico, Israel, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, and others, came with a statement that their knowledge of Glass is based on speculative media reports, and they would like hard data from Google.
The popular Android third-party Twitter client, Falcon Pro, has once again hit the dreaded 100,000 active user token limit. And it appears there’s only one solution to the problem: revoke all users original tokens and require every Falcon Pro user to sign in again, effectively resetting the token counter for a few more months.
The demand for 4G LTE connectivity has never been higher, and companies are pulling all the tricks out the bag to try to fulfil the high demand. Last night, Sprint announced that it has turned on high-speed 4G LTE data in 22 new locations. The announcement was made in a single press release on the U.S. carrier’s website.
T-Mobile USA has confirmed that it will carry the Sony Xperia Z this summer, finally putting an end to all the rumors that have been circulating since the device was spotted back in April. The carrier will become the only provider in the U.S. to offer Sony’s waterproof smartphone, which has been available in Japan and Europe since January.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini is now available to pre-order in the United Kingdom from mobile phone retailer Phones4U. The handset is available for free on contracts from £27 ($42) per month, and it’ll be delivered on launch day this July.
Verizon could be gearing up to launch a brand new Galaxy S4 variant under a new name. But unlike the original, which is currently available in just two colors, Verizon’s model could be customizable, allowing adopters to choose their own paint job when they order.
HTC appears to be gearing up to add a new entry-level handset to its 2013 smartphone lineup. Although it hasn’t officially been announced yet, the Desire 200 has today popped up on the company’s website, confirming a number of recent leaks.
Last Friday, June 14, reports were flying in from Glass Explorers all over the United States they had received mystery shipping notifications from a sender described as “GOOGLE X.” We were completely in the dark about the contents of the package at the time, but we now know exactly what’s in the box.
Before you proceed, prepare to be disappointed.