BlackBerry is going downhill fast, with dropping market share and people losing interest. Honestly, when was the last time you remembered BlackBerry even exists? But all hope is not lost, as the company is dropping its own operating system for one device, and adopting our own Android OS. And if the rumors are true, it’s ... Read More »
On July 27, OnePlus is going to take advantage of virtual reality and officially announce the OnePlus 2. They’ve been building up to the big day, but one of the biggest surprises the company had in store may have just been outed by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (Bluetooth SIG).
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Sprint is on a bit of a roll. The Now Network has already prepared the HTC One M9 for its own Android 5.1 update, and now the carrier has confirmed that two other flagship devices will be getting their own updates beginning today.
Sprint says that Android 5.1 Lollipop will begin rolling out to the ... Read More »
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In March, Huawei officially announced its flagship device, the P8. Not to rest on its laurels, though, the company has just unveiled another high-end Android-powered smartphone to add to its growing lineup of handsets.
In China, Huawei has just unveiled the Honor 7, which boasts a 5.7-inch 1080p HD display. On the back, there’s ... Read More »
The crew behind the OnePlus 2 are busy unveiling plenty of the smartphone’s features. For instance, they recently unveiling that the device will feature a USB Type-C port. OnePlus also unveiled just when the new flagship will be announced, telling interested folks to circle July 27 on their calendars and to get their virtual ... Read More »
For Android users out there that happen to take advantage of BlackBerry Messenger, a noteworthy update for the app is now available. With it, BBM users will have an option for even more privacy features as well as a brand new UI refresh.
First up, specifically for Android users, BBM has a new material design ... Read More »
A lot of people think that virtual reality (VR) is going to be a big factor in the world moving forward, especially when it comes to entertainment, even when it’s on your smartphone. For example, HTC recently jumped onto the VR bandwagon when it announced the Vive headset. Now OnePlus wants to get in ... Read More »
Android Auto seems to be achieving widespread adoption, at least for future models of current cars. The latest company to announce support for the car system is Buick, which will include Android Auto alongside Apple CarPlay in the 2016 Regal and LaCrosse.
It’s actually a pretty nifty system. The Buick IntelliLink system ... Read More »
Just recently, The New York Times got in touch with us so we could check out the new updates they’ve made to their Android app. Adding some sleek navigation upgrades to their app, The New York Times Android app is now very fluid and harmonious with material design. You can download the New ... Read More »
In January of this year, Microsoft officially launched three of its Office apps for Android-based tablets. Now, several months later, the same can be said for Android smartphones.
On Wednesday, June 24, Microsoft has announced that its Excel, PowerPoint and Word apps are now available for everyone, having officially shed their beta tags. Each app is ... Read More »