Day one of Mobile World Congress has come and gone. There are dozens of new Android devices competing for your attention, but the Sony Xperia Z2 and Samsung Galaxy S5 are the two devices which we think will have the biggest impact on the smartphone landscape in 2014. The basic setup between the ... Read More »
The title says it all. Jason Mackenzie, President of HTC America took to Twitter this afternoon, announcing that the HTC One will start to receive the Android 4.3 update starting this week. Since service providers still need to sign off before the update is pushed to carrier branded phones, specific dates have not been given. ... Read More »
One of the leakier devices in recent history, the LG G2 is starring in another today. The highlight of this leak is the battery capacity. As you can see by the exposed battery, it’s of the 2,610mAh variety, which is plenty of juice to keep the phone running throughout the day. We can also clearly ... Read More »
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To some people, I’m known as the Gentle Giant, professional nerd, or Nicki among many others. But to most, I’m simply known as Nick, a tall guy who loves all things coffee and tech. And yeah, that sums it up pretty well. I also like to tweet pretty much anything that floats through my mind. ... Read More »
Roughly 24 hours after Google Keep made a short appearance on the web, it appears the service has actually gone live. From the looks of it, Google Keep is being positioned as a simple note taking service which allows you to “stay on top of your world by quickly accessing and organizing the information you want” by ... Read More »
It’s no secret that Samsung looks to Apple for design inspiration, but we think the introduction of Samsung Wallet goes a little too far. The new application, shown off for the first time at Samsung’s Developer Day conference at Mobile World Congress, gives Samsung’s Android users a digital wallet that enables them to store boarding passes, event ... Read More »
4G LTE devices on Verizon’s network have not been able to have global GSM roaming capabilities. This is something we’ve been wondering about for a while. 4G LTE uses a SIM card. Couldn’t we also use that SIM card for GSM roaming? Verizon says this is possible and will be happening.
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Today HTC launched a new version of their developer portal, HTCDev.com (previously developer.htc.com). Along with a slick new look, HTC has also added some new resources and tools for Android (and Windows Phone, to a far lesser degree) Developers.
Inside, you will find the HTC OpenSense SDK with information about the various innovative ... Read More »
The supposed Google Wallet press event is starting in just a few minutes. We’ll be covering the event and bringing you all the goodies as they’re announced. Meanwhile, you can watch the official live stream of the event on Google’s YouTube account. What do you guys think the company will announce? Let us ... Read More »
Late last week, Google dropped quite a surprise on us. Android 2.3.4 has begun its roll-out to Google’s Nexus S phone, and with it comes a feature that Android users have been clamoring for since before its release on Android 3.0; native video chatting in Google’s Talk app. Right after the announcement, Android 2.3.4 was ... Read More »