Sprint Galaxy Nexus is Now Free for New Lines

Sprint Galaxy Nexus

Sprint is now offering the 4G LTE Galaxy Nexus at the grand price of $0 for newcomers or those willing to add a new line to their accounts.  If you’re looking to upgrade though, the Android 4.0-equipped phone will still set you back $100 with a new 2-year contract.

The Galaxy Nexus sports a 4.65″ display, a 1.2Ghz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory.

[via Sprint]

Spotify Radio Now on Android . . . and It’s Free

Spotify for Android

Spotify dropped its radio feature onto Android this week following the move to iOS back in June.  The feature is available for free to all users – even if you aren’t already a premium subscriber.  If you’re strictly a freeloader though, you’ll be forced to listen to the occasional commercial between songs – much like Pandora.

The other catch is that Spotify Radio is only available for US users for now.  Spotify is available for download from the Google Play Store.

BlackBerry PlayBook Price Break…Too Little, Too Late? And OS 2.0

Recently, RIM dropped the price on all three PlayBook models.  The $199 starting price is quite a tease.  The PlayBook, from the beginning has been a performer with a dual core processor with looks to match and a stunning display.  However, the failing area has always been the reliance on a phone and BlackBerry app world. [Read more…]

Sony Press Conference at CES 2012

Monday night the Sony press conference was pretty spectacular.  Once the new products and services was talked up, Sony played the MIB3 trailer in 3D and then Will Smith came on stage briefly (cool stuff) and I was on the front row.  A few moments later Kelly Clarkson made a appearance and sang.

Back to the tech after the jump… [Read more…]