NVIDIA’s event is live now at GDC 2015, and they have just taken the wraps off the newest member of the SHIELD family: a set-top box.
Do you have an HTC One M8? If so, does it have a Verizon logo on its backside? If you answered yes to both of these questions, then I’ve got some good news for you.
Verizon has posted the official support documents for the Android 5.0 update for its HTC One M8. This means that ... Read More »
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Trusted technology research and advisory company Gartner has released its latest smartphone market share report today, and while the numbers spell bad news for Samsung (as bad as being the number two smartphone manufacturer in the world can be), Android is still on the rise globally.
According to Gartner, Samsung was ousted ... Read More »
Chrome for Android devices saw its debut years ago for users running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but everything has an end, and it would appear that new features for Chrome on Ice Cream Sandwich are about to reach its end.
According to a blog post published on March 3 on the Chromium Blog, the ... Read More »
It was clear within hours of the project’s launch that this was an inevitability, but today Pebble Time has become the most funded Kickstarter in the history of the site.
Though funding has understandably slowed over the last few days, the project was still edging up slowly toward the record held by the Coolest Cooler ... Read More »
Kazam is touting the Tornado 552L as proof of its “commitment to delivering a top of the range phone at an attractive price point.” The ... Read More »
There is no shortage of players in the wireless speaker market these days, but as far as whole home systems go, Sonos remains the virtually undisputed champion, and its latest app update represents another leap forward for them in terms of convenience.
One of the major benefits you are looking for with a whole home system ... Read More »
Qualcomm Snapdragon chips are pretty much the standard here in the U.S. Almost all mobile devices use some level of Snapdragon, whether it be an all powerful Snapdragon 810 or a lowly Snapdragon 410 for budget devices. However, it hasn’t always been this way. Samsung used to use its own in-house Exynos chips with great results ... Read More »
The innovative YotaPhone 2 is coming to North America this summer. YotaPhone set the Internet abuzz when it announced its original phone, which was set apart from others by featuring an e-ink display on the back. The original model didn’t make nearly as much use of the e-ink display as it could have, ... Read More »