Now, the wait is almost over for those under the carrier’s umbrella that have been waiting for the G Flex 2′s launch. U.S. Cellular has confirmed that the G Flex ... Read More »
Android 5.0 Lollipop continues its rollout, and another Samsung-branded smartphone is the latest addition to the ranks.
On Tuesday, March 24, AT&T confirmed that its variant of the Galaxy Note 4 will begin receiving the over the air (OTA) update of Android 5.0 today. The update itself weighs in at just over 1GB, so Galaxy ... Read More »
Google is rolling out a new smart lock security feature called “on-body detection”. The feature uses your phone’s accelerometer to keep your phone unlocked if it’s in your pocket or your hand. Set it down, however, and the phone will lock itself with your preferred locking method. It’s an intelligent feature that saves ... Read More »
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Huawei announced the Ascend P7 in May of last year, and while we’re now a bit earlier in the year, it looks like the company is gearing up to announce the device’s successor. Huawei is sending out invitations to an event in central London that will take place on April 15, and it’s believed ... Read More »
Android Auto was initially unveiled in 2014, but since then it’s been waiting in the wings until Google was ready to set it out into the world. While auto manufacturers have already pledged to launch some vehicles with the functionality in their own systems, the aftermarket in-car system is one area where Android Auto ... Read More »
Ever since Google launched Android Device Manager to help people find their lost device, Google says that it has helped nearly 30 million owners reconnect with a missing device. And now the company is expanding its usefulness a bit by adding support for Android Wear.
Today, via the Official Android Blog, Google announced that ... Read More »
In an interview with Time, the President and CEO of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, released a significant amount of details about Nintendo’s plans for creating mobile games. After years of staunch resistance to gaming on smartphones and tablets, Nintendo has finally partnered with mobile gaming company DeNA ... Read More »
Apple’s trade-in program allows you to give up your old iPhone and get some money for a shiny new one in return. It’s not the best value, as you can sell your old iPhone for significantly more online, but it’s quick and easy to do. But a report says that soon Apple will take in ... Read More »
HTC only recently unveiled the One M9, the company’s newest flagship smartphone, and while the U.S. market is still waiting to hear when it will be able to buy one, those in Taiwan now have a date to circle on the calendar.
Courtesy of a report from Focus Taiwan, the One M9 will launch in ... Read More »
VAIO isn’t part of Sony anymore, which means that it’s free to do what it wants. And apparently make a smartphone that’s going to launch on a small carrier in Japan is something they want to do. So they’ve officially unveiled the VAIO Phone, and manages to keep things modest when it comes to specs.
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