Do you not like that Gmail doesn’t automatically display images in emails? You have to manually allow Gmail to show photos from each sender, which can get quite annoying. But it’s for your protection, as embedded images can be dangerous. But no longer! Gmail will start automatically displaying images on desktop starting today!
The UK courts have sided with HTC, overturning the injunction ruling issued by Judge Arnold against the HTC One mini. With the HTC One mini import ban lifted, HTC will resume shipments of the device to the UK along with promotional and sales efforts. While HTC is allowed to sell the HTC One mini, the patent issue ... Read More »
Oppo only recently unleashed its flagship N1 smartphone onto the market, but that hasn’t stopped the Chinese device maker from starting the hype machine for its next major release. Oppo today posted an image to its official Sina Weibo account that teases that the Oppo ... Read More »
The Moto G was originally slated to arrive in the U.S. in January, but Motorola surprised us earlier this month when it put its new low-cost handset up for sale a full month early. Unfortunately, it looks like some buyers won’t be getting their ... Read More »
The Nexus 5 launched with KitKat, which brought many improvements to Android. One of the improvements was an upgraded, powerful photo editor in the Gallery app. But strangely, the Nexus 5 launched with two Gallery apps: the stock Gallery and the Google+ Photos app. The Photos app offers editing as well, but it’s nowhere near ... Read More »
Google launched its Android Device Manager web tool back in early August, giving users a way to locate, lock and wipe their lost hardware. Now Android users have another way to track their missing devices, as Google has launched a standalone Android ... Read More »
After leaking out in a set of press images over the weekend, ASUS’s PadFone mini is now officially official. The newest member of the PadFone mini features a 4.3-inch 960×540 display and can dock into a 7-inch 1280×800 PadFone Station tablet, both of which are smaller than the recently-introduced ... Read More »
Are you one of the many smartphone lovers that’ve wished for a Nokia Android device at one time or another? If so, you may want to take a seat and hide your wallet, because you may try to throw it at your screen once you’re done reading this latest rumor.