A week ago, Samsung launched its “Ultimate Test Drive,” a bold attempt to try and win over iPhone owners by letting them try out Samsung’s latest flagships, including the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+, for one month just for one dollar. That’s already a nice deal, but Samsung has decided to go ahead and ... Read More »
Sony’s Xperia Z4 launched with only a minimal amount of fanfare when it was announced back in April of this year, but if press images of the newest flagship from Sony are any indicator, then it would appear the Z4 probably was a stopgap device as the company prepped something new.
“New,” insofar ... Read More »
At the beginning of the month, the Turing Phone broke cover. It’s a device that’s focused on security and privacy, with a bevy of software elements and hardware tweaks to make sure that the information present on the handset is yours and yours alone.
The Turing Phone is also billed as an incredibly tough ... Read More »
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Instagram is one of the more popular social networks out there, letting users share their favorite photos and videos. But the company has decided to start thinking “Outside the Square” and has just announced that Instagram will now support even more ways to share your content.
On August 27, Instagram officially announced that it now ... Read More »
Back in March, NVIDIA officially unveiled the SHIELD set-top box running Android TV. Now, several months later and after launches at other retailers, Google is finally lining its digital storefront with the box.
NVIDIA officially announced today that both versions of the SHIELD set-top box are now available in the Google Store. The base model will run ... Read More »
Amazon has never been afraid to hand out free apps for Android devices, and now that initiative is getting a huge boost as the company launches “Amazon Underground.”
With this new digital storefront, Amazon is hosting upwards of $10,000 in apps, games, and in-app items as “Actually Free” downloads. What that means, according to Amazon, ... Read More »
Mr. Blurrycam is at it again. This time around it’s the rumored “superphone” from HTC, which the company has hinted at in the past, and is rumored to see the light of day later this year. The phone you see here is supposedly that phone, called the A9 or Aero, depending on who you ask.
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In the new images, we get to see the familiar backplate we saw yesterday, with the DROID ... Read More »
While the BlackBerry-branded Venice has been making the rounds as of late, it’s apparently not the only BlackBerry device to be installed with Google’s mobile operating system.
According to a new video published by Dudu Rocha Tec., there’s a BlackBerry Passport out there in the wild that’s running Android. And, to be specific, it’s ... Read More »
Better late than never, right? While Microsoft had initially been aiming for a late June launch, and then announced Cortana would be making an appearance in beta form for Android sometime by the end of July, both of those launch windows were missed.
But now Microsoft is back, and it’s actually bringing with ... Read More »