Thin phones are in these days, and Samsung’s managed to put together their thinnest phone yet with the Galaxy A8.
While Samsung has yet to officially announce the upcoming Android-powered smartphone, information gathered from the FCC and TENAA has put together a nice little outline of what Samsung fans and everyone else should expect to ... Read More »
Even when using an older phone, the prospect of getting new software is always nice. For owners of the aging Samsung Galaxy S5 under T-Mobile’s network umbrella, the magenta carrier has some good news.
According to a report from SamMobile, T-Mobile has begun pushing out an update to Android 5.1.1 for the Galaxy S5. ... Read More »
One of the standard built-in apps is a clock, allowing smartphone owners to check the time, run timers, sometimes look at a world clock, and set alarms. But for anyone that may not be a fan of their built-in clock app, Google has an option.
Google recently launched its Clock app into the Play Store, adding ... Read More »
Google already rewards people for finding big security vulnerabilities in its services. Instead of suing or taking legal action against people who try to help like some other companies have done, Google rewards those people for assisting in making its services safer for everyone. Now Google will be doing the same for Android!
Sometimes things change, like timetables. In May, when Microsoft officially announced that Cortana, its digital personal assistant, would be arriving on Android this year, the company also said the arrival would happen by the end of June.
Now, as revealed on Blogging Windows, the timeframe for the beta release has been bumped a bit. Now ... Read More »
Last week, it was rumored that gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer was planning to buy Ouya, creator of the not-so-popular Android console of the same name. Turns out, that’s exactly what is going to happen. Unfortunately, neither Razer nor Ouya got to announce it themselves.
Last year Google introduced Android One, a program designed to get Android smartphones in even more places around the world, especially in emerging markets. While it’s grand effort from the company to better shape the experience of low-cost Android devices, so that users are not plagued by missing updates or other issues, it hasn’t necessarily ... Read More »