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Virgin And Boost Dole Out Ice Cream Sandwich


It feels like it was only last week that the Techcitement writing staff was complaining amongst themselves about the slow adoption of Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Despite the fact that 4.1 (Jelly Bean) is already out, you can count the ICS devices out there on your hands. Boost Mobile and Virgin, one of the […]

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Review: Huawei Activa 4G, A Reminder Of What Used To Be


MetroPCS has a great agenda: affordable smartphones that don’t require a contract. Unfortunately, driving a phone down to $149 or $199 without subsidy often requires manufacturers to make cutbacks, especially to fit in LTE (complete with metroPCS’s fledgling coverage). Huawei did this maneuver with the Activa 4G I’ve been testing the last few weeks. This […]

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Review: LG Viper LTE Lacks A Bit Of Bite

LG Viper LTE

This has been an impressive year for smartphones. Indeed, with units like the RAZR MAXX,  Galaxy Nexus, and HTC’s One line, I think we’re seeing a real transition to superphones. Then there’s the LG Viper, a far more mild-mannered option. Despite being the first LTE phone released on Sprint (by a whole day), the Viper […]

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