HTC announced this morning that the Android 5.0 Lollipop update is now making its way to HTC One (M7) users in Europe. Lollipop updates are in full swing and the update has already started for the One (M7). We’ve seen the GPe edition, developer edition and Sprint HTC One ... Read More »
Motorola has been slow to get the Moto X out and available in more than just the US. The device isn’t exclusive to the States anymore, but it’s hardly widely available. That could be changing soon, however, as Motorola has started handing out invites to a January 14 event that may point to a Moto ... Read More »
The Nexus 7 is a smash hit. Praised by both bloggers and consumers alike, Google’s first venture into the world of 7-inch devices has sold like crazy. And that’s just in the US, UK, Canada and Australia. Today, the Nexus 7 moves into more countries across the globe.
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LG’s first quad-core superphone will be making its way to store shelves in the UK, Germany, Sweden, Italy, and Poland next month. Powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 processor and a 4.7″ True HD IPS display, the Optimus 4X HD has its sights set squarely on the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy ... Read More »
Google Books has been available exclusively in the US since its release. Legalities with publishers and different countries can be a bit complicated sometimes, but after months of waiting, Google Books is finally starting to head outside the US.
The first (and only, as of now) country to get Google Books outside of ... Read More »
Google Voice is one of the best services the Search Giant has to offer. With free texting, visual voicemail and call-forwarding on all your phones, along with cheap international calls, Google Voice has been saving us all quite a bit of cash. Not only does this service save users money, but it also provides ... Read More »
Lawsuits have been popping up all over the world, but we honestly didn’t think Apple would be able to ban Samsung from entire markets. Apple is one of the main players in the patent wars, and it seems things are starting to look bad. While the idea of banning such devices from a whole ... Read More »
Qi inductive charging certainly seems to be the direction many cell phone manufacturers are heading when it comes to offering convenient charging methods, and the really cool thing about Qi inductive plates is that anything that supports Qi can charge a Qi enabled phone. As it stands right now, not a whole lot of companies ... Read More »
Today Sony announced on the EU PlayStation Blog that an official PlayStation app is coming to Android phones very soon. Unfortunately, this app is not for playing games like the rumored PlayStation Phone, but it will connect to the PlayStation Network and allow you to keep up with your friends, discover new ... Read More »
With all the news on the Samsung Tab today, most of you are probably wondering how much you’ll need to save up or order to get your hands on one. Samsung was a bit hesitant to announce a retail price since they are going to be focusing their launch of the Tab with service providers ... Read More »