I’ve been a happy Pebble user for over a year. I wore it everywhere. If by some crazy mistake I forgot to bring it with me on an outing, I felt naked. I’m quick to admit that I’m a huge nerd, but I really enjoyed the functionality that the Pebble gave me to always be ... Read More »
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Android has always been the most adventurous mobile operating system. It’s constantly evolving and Google is always changing different aspects of it. This year’s release of Android L includes one of the biggest overhauls to the OS that we’ve ever seen. Everything from the runtime to the design scheme is changing. With all of those changes, Google ... Read More »
The Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G is Huawei’s latest device and the first that will go on sale on GetHuawei.com. It’s a very large, mid-range device that has some impressive features and some crazy claims. But does this phone perform well enough to justify its $299.99 price tag?
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If I didn’t blog about Android I probably wouldn’t really have noticed ZTE, let alone know who they were or that they were manufacturing Android devices. ZTE is a Chinese phone manufacturer who recently began releasing unlocked phones in the ... Read More »
The new DROID lineup (mini, Ultra, MAXX) hit Verizon stores this week, and we’ll have reviews of all of them for you soon. But after about 24 hours with the DROID MAXX, we thought some first impressions were in order.
When taking the MAXX out of the box, it’s ... Read More »
The Chromecast is one of the more exciting products to come out of Google in a long time. It feels like it’s been awhile since Google has done something truly Googly, like releasing a $35 media streaming stick that could end up totally disrupting an industry swelling with confusing, expensive products full of features consumers ... Read More »
While most of us are fussing over the new Samsung Galaxy S III or the HTC One series, MEIZU has released the MX 4-Core. As the name implies, the Android 4.0.3 handset features a quad-core processor – the same 1.4GHz Exynos Cortex A9 chipset found in the European version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. ... Read More »
It’s been about a month since we’ve mentioned Republic Wireless on Android and Me, when we covered its launch on November 8. Republic Wireless is a new type of cell phone carrier that offers unlimited calls, texts and data for an insanely cheap $19 per month. The $19 per month plan ... Read More »
Every time a big Android device hits stores we like to poll all the early adopters that read this site and get their initial impressions of the gadget they just purchased. It’s a fun way to see how the first batch of devices is doing and poll how popular it is with our audience. This past ... Read More »
The Verizon HTC Rezound has been on the market for a few days now, but we’ve finally received our demo unit and have had a few hours to play around with it. We plan on doing a detailed review of the device a bit further down the road, but we thought we’d share some of ... Read More »