Motorola didn’t say much about the new Moto X’s availability when it announced the device earlier this month, but thankfully we won’t have to wait long to get the refreshed flagship in our hands.
T-Mobile MVNO Solavei is looking to shake things up and introduce its “Phase Two” plan on October 1. Solavei is one of the more interesting MVNOs in the US, using a unique referral program to benefit existing customers. But Solavei filed for bankruptcy in May, causing it to rethink its strategy and work out a ... Read More »
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It’s been known since Motorola officially announced their new Moto X that the device would be sold for AT&T and Verizon, as well as offer an unlocked variant for those who prefer that route. Now, a new report states that the unlocked version may actually get its own title to help it stand ... Read More »
Verizon is on the verge of launching VoLTE, which the company calls Advanced Calling 1.0. This will allow people to call over the LTE mobile network, providing high quality phone calls instead of the raspy and garbled calls you’re used to. Only a few devices will support VoLTE from the get ... Read More »
We’re no strangers to Samsung ads that poke fun at Apple. For the last few years, Samsung has been making commercials making fun of both Apple and its die hard customers, but in a lighthearted way. They were funny and not really insulting, and ... Read More »
Google’s announcement this summer that Android apps would be making their way to Chrome OS is finally coming to fruition.
The first batch of Android apps for Chrome OS have been released today and includes Duolingo, Evernote, Sight Words and Vine. They all work just like regular Chrome apps, with 100% functionality and ... Read More »
Google Hangouts used to be a Google+ version of Google Talk, with the former eventually replacing the latter to be more social and more integrated into Google’s social network. However, with Google+ not achieving the popularity Google has hoped for, it looks like the company wants to make Hangouts a more separate entity. ... Read More »
The separation of app and manufacturer continues, as HTC has just made its proprietary lock screen application, what has become so prevalent on their One-branded devices, available in the Google Play Store for download.
This isn’t the first application from HTC that has been injected into the Play Store for other, Sense-enabled devices to take ... Read More »
Earlier this year, HTC was announced as an Android Wear partner, getting us all excited to see a smartwatch from Peter Chou and Co. Then our excitement was squashed by a rumor that claimed that the device had been given the axe by HTC. ... Read More »