Rumors of an Amazon-made smartphone have been swirling for quite some time, but today may be the first time that we’re getting an actual look at the device itself.
Hot on the heels of Google’s announcement of the KitKat update for Glass, the company has officially kicked off its one-day sale of its wearable device.
Any U.S. consumer can now become part of the Google Glass Explorer Program by ponying up ... Read More »
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The Samsung Galaxy S4 zoom wasn’t a particularly amazing device, but it was a very interesting concept. The device traded high-end features for a beefy camera setup with a 10x optical zoom lens, 16-megapixel sensor and a xenon flash, making it a great cameraphone with mid-range specs. It was a great tradeoff for some, but ... Read More »
We’re pretty sure that HTC would like every single one of its HTC One (M7) customers to upgrade to the HTC One (M8), but they do realize that there are millions that will keep their older phone for another 6-12 months. In an effort to make that time more enjoyable, HTC will push out ... Read More »
The two biggest Android flagships of the year have been released and are now battling it out for the title of top Android smartphone of 2014. That doesn’t mean they are the only ones that’ll be fighting for that crown, though, as there are a few other players that haven’t released devices yet. Two examples ... Read More »
It’s now been several months since the Nexus 5 got a software update, but according to Sprint, that’ll be changing soon.
A couple of the more immediately-noticeable changes that the update to Android 4.4 brought with it are the changes to the status and navigation bars. Both became more transparent, and the status bar icons for things like signal strength, time and battery all turned white. Apparently Google may have some more ... Read More »
Remember that sales rep training document from HTC that claimed that metal is better than plastic? HTC is certainly trying to push the One (M8) as a premium device here in the States, but a new rumor claims that the company may be working on a ... Read More »
The first of T-Mobile’s trio of new Uncarrier announcements was a Simple Starter plan with unlimited talk and text as well as 500MB of LTE data. T-Mo then followed that up with “Operation Tablet Freedom,” which knocks the price of LTE-enabled tablets down to equal ... Read More »