If you were to look back about a year, the Samsung Galaxy S4 was just coming out into reviewers hands. Though the device had almost identical specifications to many other flagships of other makes, the Galaxy S4 benchmarked a bit better. This was later found to be code put in by Samsung to force the ... Read More »
Android distribution numbers are always somewhat neat to look at, even though they don’t mean much for us regular users. They’re a developer tool to tailor apps to as many people as you can afford. Nonetheless, it’s interesting to see how fast (or slow, to be realistic) the newest version of Android is growing.
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The HTC HD2 is not a great device. Rather, it’s a symbol. It’s a symbol of how long a device can really stay useful. Of what developers can achieve. How important it is to have a hackable device. And most of all, it’s a symbol of hope. That no matter the adversity, it can be ... Read More »
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Samsung announced a slew of new devices last week at the Unpacked event. This included the new flagship Galaxy S5 and the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit smartwatches. Until these products are released, all we can do is wait. However, Samsung has released introduction videos for the two sets of products to ... Read More »
Frustrating naming conventions aside, the folks at OnePlus have certainly caught the Android community’s attention with their upcoming One smartphone by working directly with CyanogenMod and at least saying the right things about their intentions as a manufacturer.
With that said there hasn’t been a tremendous amount of detail yet regarding the phone, which they ... Read More »
Verizon has updated its prepaid offerings with what it calls the ALLSET PLANS. These plans start at $45 for smartphones and include 500MB of data (1GB if you enroll in auto pay) and unlimited talk and text.
If you need more than that base level of data, you have the option of buying “Bridge Data” ... Read More »
Today’s news will probably come as little surprise to anyone that’s paid attention to the smartphone market over the last several years, as the tablet market has largely played out in a similar fashion. According to a recently-released Gartner study, Android’s tablet market share overtook iOS’s in 2013, despite the feeling that some people were ... Read More »
If all the latest hands-on video, rumors and pictures of the all new HTC One have not convinced you that the phone will have a dual-sensor camera, HTC’s latest teaser probably won’t help much. The latest update to hit HTC’s social media update reads “Life is about to become twice as beautiful. ... Read More »
It looks like HTC is having some trouble in the United Kingdom. The Android 4.4 KitKat update was released for the HTC One in the country, but it has been causing problems for some people and has been pulled for now. If you’re waiting for the update to roll out to your device, you’ll unfortunately ... Read More »
Every week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday, followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 App Updates on Friday. When Monday rolls around, we look back to see which apps were the most appealing to our audience. Read on for the 10 most popular Android apps among your peers from ... Read More »
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