Motorola has been pushing Android 4.4.4 to various devices for most of July, and today that rollout is continuing with the Verizon version of the Moto X.
We’re no strangers to large phones. My main device is a 5.7-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and I recently reviewed the massive 6.1-inch Huawei Ascend Mate2, a phone with a huge display that’s hard to handle but dang nice to have. That said, I’m not sure that I could possibly ... Read More »
For those of you who haven’t used wireless charging yet, it’s a surprisingly awesome feature to have. I never used to support it, but after scoring an official wireless charging backplate for my Galaxy Note 3, I fell in love. The convenience of dropping your phone onto your nightstand is awesome, as is not having to ... Read More »
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Every time we hear about some sort of “higher end” version of an already high-end flagship, we’re disappointed. And I think this is the case with the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, now known as the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. Instead of being the metal-clad spec monster ... Read More »
T-Mobile is launching a new limited-time family plan to save you even more on your monthly bill. T-Mobile, who of late has been known for value, is launching a new family plan for four people that includes unlimited talk, text, and data. While the plan includes unlimited data like nearly every T-Mobile plan, full speed ... Read More »
Last month, rumors suggested that HTC might contribute to Google’s Nexus program in 2014 with a new 9-inch tablet codenamed “Volantis.” Now the rumor mill claims that HTC may not be the only manufacturer building a Nexus this year.
If you’re somehow still using a truly unlimited data plan on Verizon and rely heavily on your smartphone’s data connection then you may be in for some bad news this afternoon.
Verizon has announced that under their new “Network Optimization” plan, certain unlimited 4G LTE data subscribers will see ... Read More »
AT&T is launching two new Android phones today: Amazon’s first entry into the smartphone market and a new low-end device from HTC.
There have been a multitude of Moto X+1 leaks in recent months, but most of them have focused on the device’s name or its customization options. Today we’re finally getting a look at what may be the X+1 itself.
An Android Police source ... Read More »
Whether you’re traversing the Atlantic or just want to stay off the grid, finding a game that doesn’t require any sort of data connection can be somewhat of a chore these days. Thankfully, Google is here to help.
Available now in Google Play, Google has curated a list of games that don’t require any sort ... Read More »