With iOS 9.1, iPhone users were treated to the release of a bevy of new emojis, ranging from a taco to a middle finger. Android users want new emojis too, something Google wants you to know they hear, and are working on.
Google’s Hiroshi Lockheimer took to Twitter to share the following:
While the Priv, BlackBerry’s Android device, appeared on the company’s website not too long ago boasting a hefty price tag of $749 and a launch date of the middle of November, it turns out BlackBerry has had a change of heart. The Priv has appeared on the company’s site again with some major changes in tow.
Google Maps is a staple at this point for those that want to use a map service on their mobile device, and that’s due to the ridiculous amount of features that Google bakes into the software to make commuting even easier. That trend continues with an upcoming update the company is now teasing.
Verizon and Motorola are teaming up for an event soon, and it’s expected that the companies will unveil the DROID Turbo 2. Now the wireless carrier has taken to Twitter to start teasing the upcoming device.
On October 20, Verizon’s official Twitter account tweeted out “Introducing the perfect phone for imperfect people.” The text ... Read More »
For those that have been keeping an eye on the leaks pertaining to the latest One-branded device, HTC has gone ahead and made the One A9 official at its event, taking the wraps off the company’s latest Android-powered device.
On Tuesday, October 20, the One A9 went official. First and foremost, this device is indeed ... Read More »