US Cellular has announced this morning that it will now have a presence in select Sam's Club stores across the country and offer postpaid plans and devices.
You will be able to find US Cellular in certain Sam's Club stores now in the following states:
Just a quick heads up that Sam's Club is now taking preorders for the Google Nexus 7 tablet. You know, our new favorite tablet. Prices are in line with Google Play, at up to $249 for the 16GB version (which we'd recommend getting).
But here's the thing: Sam's Club's listing July 17-20 as possible shipping dates. All other third-party retailers' dates have fallen through. (Not that we ever really...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 7 Jul 2011 10:16 am
You want leaks, we got leaks! In the past couple days news has been coming out of the woodwork about upcoming Android phones, so I'll take a minute and wrap it all up neatly here in one place. Remember, these aren't 100 percent guaranteed dates by any means (cough Thunderbolt cough Droid Charge), but we're pretty confident in them.First up we have the LG Thrill 4G and the HTC Status for you...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 23 Jun 2011 8:01 pm
Sam's Club seems to be ready for tomorrow's big launch of the HTC EVO 3D, as a tipster sent us in a couple of pictures and let us know that you should expect "double digit" inventory of EVO 3Ds at your local Sam's Club. No word on any pricing, but there's a very good chance it will be a few dollars (or more) cheaper than the rest. Let's hope every retailer is ready for the demand, and that last...
No, your eyes do not deceive you. What you see here supposedly is a display at a Sam's Club trainer store (a faux store where they show real stores how it's done) with a Wifi-only Motorola Xoom. At least, that's what the display says. No telling when it might actually be coming, and considering the price tag shows it running Android 2.0 "Homeycomb" -- there's a Photoshop contest waiting to...
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