The Samsung Vitality is a competitive midrange Android smartphone that complements Muve Music's potential.
At long last, Cricket's first Android phone with Muve Music: Samsung Vitality
Cricket's inaugural device for its Muve Music rate plan was a clunker. Samsung's second go-round, the Vitality, is a much better handset, with or without the service.
Nintendo's E3 2010 was missing a certain odd product from 2009...what happened to the much-maligned Vitality Sensor?
The first Muve Music phone for Cricket was a clunker. Not so with the Android-powered Samsung Vitality, a smartphone with a deep appreciation for tunes.
Nintendo CEO, Satoru Iwata offers a sneak peek at the company’s new Vitality Sensor.
This week's E3 2009 coverage continues as The 404 examines the Nintendo and Sony press conferences.
This week's E3 2009 coverage continues as The 404 examines the Nintendo and Sony press conferences!
Yesterday, Microsoft raised the bar on the mainstream-interactive landscape with the demonstration of Project Natal. Today, Nintendo had a chance for a rebuttal, during which it chose to focus on Wii Motion Plus.
Cricket Wireless adds Target as a major retail hub for its Muve Music-enabled smartphones.