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With over 50 articles on the all new HTC One (M8) in our archives, you’d think that all the phones mysteries would have been revealed by now. The all new HTC One brochure leak we posted this morning revealed what the phone’s Duo Camera is capable of, but a new sell sheet ... Read More »
OnePlus today continued the steady trickle of spec updates for its OnePlus One smartphone by announcing details about the device’s display.
In the official OnePlus forums, CEO Pete Lau today revealed that the OnePlus One will feature a 5.5-inch 1080p display. Manufactured by Japan Display Inc., the screen will feature Touch On Lens modules to ... Read More »
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While a wealth of fitness band options are coming this year, Jawbone was one of the early movers in the space, and their second generation band, the Up24, launched late last year to solid reviews. We didn’t take a look at it at the time, as one feature it was lacking was Android ... Read More »
There’s a lot that we already know about the all new HTC One, but a newly leaked brochure gives us a little more insight into the dual-camera setup on the back of the phone along with a few HTC Sense 6 details and the phone’s price.
The leaked brochure reveals that the camera setup ... Read More »
The Motorola X8 chip isn’t the only one with always listening capabilities. Qualcomm decided to include a similar “core” in the Snapdragon 800, touting its always listening capabilities before its release. However, we haven’t heard anything about it since. Either Qualcomm has not given permission to manufacturers to use this core, or manufacturers have just ... Read More »
From my time interacting with our commenters, I have seen the great divide between those who want capacitive buttons underneath the display of their device and those that love on-screen buttons. I can go for either if done right, but some people are extremely against one or the other. And while we, the opinionated tech ... Read More »
Every week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday, followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 App Updates on Friday. When Monday rolls around, we look back to see which apps were the most appealing to our audience. Read on for the 10 most popular Android apps among your peers from ... Read More »
The Chromecast has become a popular little device. Despite talking about it so much and recommending it endlessly, we can’t really claim too much credit for that. But according to Sundar Pichai, head of Android and Chrome, the Chromecast has sold “millions” of devices. No solid number was given, but that’s impressive nonetheless.
Even launched ... Read More »
The KitKat rollout for Samsung’s line of devices hasn’t exactly been fast lately, but another device has received the update here in the US. This time it’s the T-Mobile Galaxy S4, joining its big bother the Note 3 with the newest version of Android. Although it’s not a huge update, it’s an important one.
Visibly, ... Read More »