Breast Cancer Awareness month is happening, so bring on the pink merchandise! HTC is now selling a pink One M9 smartphone to participate. It’s the same One M9 everyone knows, but it comes in pink with or without a ribbon imprinted on the back.
It seems that a portion of the proceeds will not be ... Read More »
It looks like Nexus devices aren’t the only ones getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow right now. Though many companies have announced their plans for the Marshmallow update, some Android One devices in some regions are already receiving it.
Android One is a budget line of devices made for various countries, offering rock bottom prices and stock Android, ... Read More »
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As part of its move to simplify processes and make things easier for users, Google has added a very useful feature to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Users can now translate text directly within select apps. If a user has Translate installed on their device that’s running Marshmallow, they can simply go to a supported app, select ... Read More »
At Twitter, the team is constantly looking for new ways to keep users engaged. The company recently rolled out Highlights and While You Were Away features that help bring users up to speed with relevant content that they may have missed while not using Twitter for longer periods of time. Now the company ... Read More »
Every month, Google releases Android distribution numbers that give us an idea of which versions of Android are rising and falling. For October, a rise came in Android Lollipop, with versions 5.0 and 5.1 scooping up nearly a quarter of the Android market at 23.5%, up from 21% in September. Android 4.4 KitKat remains as the ... Read More »
Samsung Pay launched not long ago, supported by a few new Samsung phones and AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile here in the United States. Missing, of course was Verizon, which didn’t come as much of a surprise to most people.
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The Inateck MercuryBox didn’t leave me particularly impressed in the audio department, though every other aspect was pretty fantastic. With brilliant battery life and build quality, I was sad to dislike the audio performance. But the MarsBox is supposed to sound far better, so I was looking forward ... Read More »
Once a new version of Android is released, we typically see announcements from device manufacturers which lay out which of their devices will be updated. But we rarely, if ever, see the same sort of news coming from a service provider. T-Mobile is changing that expectation by launching an Android Marshmallow software update page ... Read More »
With Android 6.0 Marshmallow officially making its way to Nexus devices, Sony has decided to chime in and share its update plans. While HTC only listed 10 devices (HTC will likely add more devices in the future) in its Android Marshmallow announcement, Sony has listed 14. Sony certainly gets credit for listing more devices ... Read More »