Samsung Opens Its First Galaxy Store in Peru [Watch Out, Apple]

You guys think Apple will sue for this one, too? It appears Samsung is launching their own “Premium Shop” down in Peru. The press release issued doesn’t offer more than the usual public relations jargon, emphasizing the fact that consumers can go to the store and see the latest innovations in smartphones, tablets and cellular …

Lenovo Confirms ICS for ThinkPad in May

The folks at Lenovo had already set a target release of Q2 for the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich for their ThinkPad tablet but that was such a broad window. Today, they’re confirming that the update will be coming in the middle of that quarter – May, to be specific. It’ll be bringing performance improvements, …

Apps I uninstalled this week – I

Over the week, I decided to do a little experiment. Just about every blog on the web has an X-of-the-week post, usually to highlight new apps, YouTube videos, or other similar topics. I’ve decided to start a series of “The apps I uninstalled this week, and why”. Being present in the list does not necessarily …

LG Optimus LTE, Nitro HD receive CyanogenMod 9 nightlies

CyanogenMod’s latest Ice Cream Sandwich flavor has made its way to the LG Optimus LTE and its AT&T-branded brethren the LG Nitro HD. Before we get too excited, the CyanogenMod 9 release is only a nightly build. It will lack some of the polish of a finished build and may host the occasional bug or …

Sony Music Unlimited Update Brings Offline Playback

Sony just issued an update to their Unlimited Music service that should please a great deal of their subscribers. You can now make songs available for playback offline. Any playlist you’ve made can be made available offline for those situations where an internet connection is either terribly slow or nonexistent. Unfortunately Galaxy Nexus users are …

FCC Asking for Public Opinion on LightSquared LTE

LightSquared have faced a lot of hurdles in trying to get their 4G LTE network up and running. Financially they seem to be ready, but the technological feasibility of their plans seem to be next to nothing. LightSquared wants to host their LTE network on spectrum that causes interference problems with GPS satellites. Wherever there …