Google recently revealed that its Project Ara devices will run a special version of Android 5.0 Lollipop that’ll allow for most modules to be hot-swapped. But just how will you buy those modules in the first place? Now we know.
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HTC has been working hard to push out the new Eye Experience to the HTC One (M8). The new camera features were unveiled on October 8th alongside the HTC Desire Eye, but the company flipped the switch and started pushing out the new ... Read More »
With the introduction of the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player came great joy. But we’ve also suffered a big loss in the wake of the good news. Take a look at the new Google Nexus page, ... Read More »
The influx of Material Design updates is carrying on tonight with Google Play Services. The icon has been revamped to include Material Design and the app itself has also been tweaked for it. All of the options in the app now follow the ... Read More »
Google has officially opened up a short period of time where Android users can request a refund of a purchase application or game from within the Play Store.
The new refund policy is now official. Google has updated their Google Play support guidelines, as reflected on the official support site, and the 2-hour window is ... Read More »
Google Glass hasn’t been an exclusive product for a while now. The beta product has been available for purchase to pretty much anyone who has $1500 laying around and lives in the few supported countries. However, you’d have to go to a dedicated site to pick up the smart wearable, which doesn’t ... Read More »
Apple, Google, and Amazon have all been under fire for their policies on in-app purchases. Many claim that it was too easy to complete these purchases, causing kids to buy hundreds or even thousands of dollars worth of crap from apps that allow it. Apple and Google have since changed their policies to make it ... Read More »
We have some excellent news for Nexus 5 owners out there, though it comes without official proof. According to reports, Google has employed a new policy that will allow owners of the Nexus 5 to get one chance to replace a damaged phone. This means that if you happen to drop your device and shatter ... Read More »
There are billions upon billions of dollars to be made in facilitating the sales of apps and in-app purchases. And right now, only two companies are really getting in on that money: Apple and Google. According to a report out of The Information, the may not be true for long. Verizon could hold the keys ... Read More »
Many of us around here love the work of Chris Lacy. He brought us Action Launcher, a very useful and surprisingly innovative app. Our own Brooks Barnard swears by it. His next app, Link Bubble, is also awesome, but I’ve found it to be less useful by being overly ... Read More »