We could ask, but we already know the answer. Almost all of you have, at some time, felt the pain of waiting for an update to your phone or tablet. That’s the unpredictability of updates for Android.
You don’t ever know what you’re going to get when it comes to Android updates. Even when you ... Read More »
A longtime sore spot of Android devices has been the camera. For years now, people have lamented the fact that the images produced by Android devices haven’t quite stood up to some of their competitors. Don’t get me wrong, I think that what Google did with KitKat is great. The optimizations for lower-end devices without ... Read More »
First of all, we’re curious, so we’re just gonna come right out and ask this. Does anybody remember that ridiculously cheesy movie from (*shudder*) Disney Channel called Smart House? If not, we’ll be glad to fill you in. Smart House was a made-for-TV movie created by Disney Channel in 1999. The premise of the story ... Read More »
Love waking up with a fresh pile of market share statistics alongside your morning coffee? If you’re nodding your head in agreement, then today’s your lucky day. Research firm comScore has released its latest report on the state of the smartphone market in the U.S., giving us an idea of how widely-adopted ... Read More »
Verizon’s lineup of Android-powered tablets will soon grow once again, and while the big red carrier already offers several other slates, this latest addition is different from them all in one big way. That device you see up there is the Ellipsis 7, a new 7-inch tablet from Verizon itself. The ... Read More »
Just what is the mysterious “Moto G” that popped up in a few different leaks last week? That’s still up in the air for now, but it looks like it won’t be long before we find out for sure. Motorola has officially activated a website for the Moto G that’s currently teasing a live online announcement ... Read More »
XOOM back to 2011 and remember what significant event took place in the Android tablet world. If you couldn’t gather the answer from our rather obvious (and pathetic) pun, then we’ll cut the crap and just remind you that the Motorola XOOM came out then. While it had its flaws, the XOOM rocked the Android ... Read More »
Before features officially make it to the Chrome browser, they’re always added as test versions that can be enabled by the brave and adventurous. And thanks to François Beaufort, we find out many of these secrets before they reach a finished state. The newest feature found is Android screencast support in the browser.
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As you may know, Microsoft Windows Phone has not been doing well in regards to user adoption. And HTC has not been doing well with sales… or profitability in general. Combining a failing company and a failing operating system is either the best or the worst idea ever, but Microsoft seems intent on it. According ... Read More »
Where were you five years ago today? I don’t know exactly where I was, but I know I had no idea that a phone and operating system that was destined to rule the world were being unveiled by Andy Rubin, then T-Mobile CTO Cole Brodman and HTC’s Peter Chou. On September 23, 2008, the HTC ... Read More »