Not getting enough Google in your Android diet? Your next device may help satiate your appetite.
The Information reports that Google is increasing the requirements that manufacturers must follow when making an Android device. Those changes include an increase in the number of preinstalled Google apps up ... Read More »
It’s nearing the end of 2014. Android is dominating the smartphone market and common folk actually know what Android is. Developers are creating apps for both Android and iOS, just like it should be. But apparently, no one told Rovio this. The company is releasing Angry Birds Transformers for iOS with a 15-day exclusivity period.
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Last year, Samsung unleashed a pair of giant smartphones onto the market, both of which fell into the Galaxy Mega lineup. Now, the manufacturer has decided to go ahead and announce the Galaxy Mega 5.8′s followup, while also increasing the display size for good measure.
Samsung has officially announced the ... Read More »
Bluetooth accessories are not rare when it comes to mobile devices, especially for tablets, and Microsoft has just unveiled a new contender for your hard-earned cash. The new Universal Mobile Keyboard is a low-profile, “chiclet” style keyboard meant to help you boost your productivity while you’re on the go.
At the tail-end of August, HTC officially announced the Desire 510. While taking several design cues from the other Desire-branded family members, the new device lacks the high-end BoomSound front-facing speakers that several other HTC devices have launched with recently. Sprint has seen fit to give the mid-range device a launch date and a ... Read More »
In June of 2014, Google officially introduced Android One, an initiative to make sure that stock Android is on a lot more devices across the globe on affordable devices. Now, several months later, the initiative has launched in India with support from several manufacturers, and more coming down the line.
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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 out ... Read More »
It’s August again and you know what that means? Android distribution numbers are back for another monthly recap of how our favorite OS continues to grow. And grow it has, as KitKat continues to get larger.
Up a flat 3 percent from last month, KitKat is now sitting at 20.9 percent of ... Read More »
When you watch something for a while, you begin to notice the details of it. The small intricacies that make an object, person, place or anything, unique. Seeing all those details, you can begin to know more about what you’re watching. What it does, where it’s been and where it’s going. Six years with Android ... Read More »
The latest market share numbers from analytics outfit comScore are available today, which means it’s time to take our regular three month look at how Android is doing in the US mobile market. Today it’s mostly good news for Android as a whole, and of course for worldwide leader Samsung.
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