Google is being very open about how long it will support Nexus devices. A support page describes the rules Google has set, and honestly, they’re extremely good. Android version updates are guaranteed for at least two years from launch, and security patches are guaranteed for three years from launch or 18 months after the Google Store ... Read More »
Jim Wicks, Motorola’s Senior Vice President of Consumer Experience Design, has been at Motorola for 12 years. He’s had a hand in designing many of Motorola’s smartphones and the Moto design that’s been quite attractive lately. Unfortunately, he is leaving Motorola for a job at Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering.
He will be replaced by Ruben Castano, Lenovo’s ... Read More »
Two very popular apps are currently on a pretty substantial sale on the Play Store, so you better get them soon! Both Nova Launcher Prime and Fenix for Twitter are down a few bucks.
Nova Launcher Prime is the pro unlocker for the popular Nova Launcher. It adds features like gestures, unread counts, hide apps, ... Read More »
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Desktop chargers are a lifesaver. In a time where electronic devices are widespread but outlets are not, charging a few devices with their original chargers means taking up a bunch of outlets, which are often in short supply. Desktop chargers with a multitude of USB ports are a great way to solve that problem.
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The BlackBerry Priv is definitely an interesting device, a mix of traditional BlackBerry (including that wonderful keyboard) and a modern Android smartphone. With a 5.4-inch Samsung edge display, 18MP camera, 32GB of memory, and a 3410 mAh battery, it’s pretty high end.
Twitter continues to roll on with changes, which has already included a visual refresh for Android users that bring it in line with Material Design and not counting images against the 140-character limit.
Now Twitter is extending the length of videos that users have when they upload a video. Up to this point, ... Read More »
The Nexus 5X is a great little budget device at only $349, offering stock Android and support for all four major US carriers, but it’s even better with discounts. The 32GB model is usually $399, but eBay currently has it for $269.99, a full $130 off.
These deals usually don’t last long, ... Read More »
Earlier this year, HTC released a version of the HTC 10 in Camellia Red, a striking bright red color. Unfortunately, it was exclusive to Japan, but that exclusivity ran out fairly quickly, because the device is now available in Taiwan for $710 for the 32GB model and $775 for the 64GB model.
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We know many of the deals we post are focused on the US, but this one is for the folks in the UK. If you use Android Pay to buy a frappuccino at Starbucks tomorrow, you’ll get another for free.
The deal is only valid tomorrow and only once, but any ... Read More »
Google created Android Security Rewards to reward people for finding security vulnerabilities in Android. And the reward was cash, which is the best kind of reward. To date, Google has paid out over $550,000!
There were 82 individuals who were paid, 15 of which got over $10,000. Many of the vulnerabilities were related to the ... Read More »
T-Mobile’s Tourist Plan launches on June 12 for those visiting the US
Samsung Galaxy C5 and C7 now official with metal designs, Super AMOLED displays
Google building Assistant ‘character’ with backstory and childhood
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