In late April, OnePlus officially introduced the company’s first smartphone, the One. It’s a device that’s packed with plenty of noteworthy features and a price tag that’s quite approachable. After OnePlus tried different ways of releasing the One out into the world, eventually a pre-order system was put in place, and while it ... Read More »
Motorola may have just announced the DROID Turbo with Verizon not too long ago, but that hasn’t stopped their international plans at all. On Wednesday, November 5, the Lenovo-owned company officially announced the Moto Maxx for Brazil, Mexico and other Latin American countries.
The Moto Maxx is similar to the DROID Turbo in ... Read More »
While manufacturers gear up to update some of their devices to Android 5.0 Lollipop, many are still working on upgrading older handsets to Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
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Google has updated its Android distribution stats for a 7-day period ending on November 3. For the new month, the numbers don’t reveal anything too surprising, but it’s certainly a good time for KitKat.
Google officially updated the developer page for Android to reflect the newest stats regarding Android distribution across the separate platform versions. ... Read More »
We haven’t heard much about Andy Rubin ever since he handed control of Android over to Sundar Pichai in 2013, but because he’s the father of Android, we’ll always have a soft spot for Mr. Rubin. That’s why it’s kind of a bummer to hear ... Read More »
Samsung has some of the most popular flagship Android-based smartphones on the planet, which means a lot of people out there in the wild are using a Galaxy S5, just patiently waiting to get the next big version of Android on their daily drivers. According to a new report that has ... Read More »
Microsoft may have its own mobile platform to worry about, but that hasn’t stopped the company from launching products that work with other (competing) platforms. In September they launched the Universal Mobile Keyboard, an accessory that not only works with Windows Phone, but also Android and iOS. Now, Microsoft has just launched three new apps that ... Read More »
When Google officially unveiled Material Design, their new design aesthetic meant to be used across the board for several different platforms, the look was consistent, familiar even when you switched from Android Auto to Android TV and looked down at your Android Wear-based smartwatch. That’s due to a general restriction on OEM customization ... Read More »
One of the features that Google promised for their newest version of Android, Lollipop, was a “kill switch,” in an effort to not only provide a way to remotely wipe information from a device that’s stolen but also to promote a deterrent from the theft at all. Now that Lollipop is ... Read More »
Today marks a significant day in Android’s history, with the announcement of multiple new Android products as well as a new version of Android. Android 5.0 Lollipop is Google’s biggest revamp of Android in several years. It brings in a new design, new consistency and marks a new era of ... Read More »