At Google I/O, Google has finally detailed its long anticipated Android Pay mobile payment system for Android. Android Pay will effectively replace Google Wallet serving as a hub for debit, credit and loyalty cards. Android has already partnered with a ton of both physical (using NFC) ... Read More »
The Nexus 6 and its big display turned out to be pretty divisive, with some folks digging the large screen and others feeling that it’s simply to gigantic for daily use. If a new rumor is to be believed, Google is planning to appease both camps in 2015.
The Galaxy S6 is a complete reinvention of the Galaxy S line for Samsung and one that many users have been clamoring for since the Galaxy S II. While Samsung rose to global smartphone dominance during this time, it was perennially criticized for the construction quality of the phones, its bloated software and some key ... Read More »
Alcatel OneTouch has managed to do what so many companies fail so terribly at in so many ways. Many companies seem to be so concerned about their phone being the next it thing with the it design that they miss the mark completely. Today’s flagship phones cost consumers upwards of $700 without a contract. With $700, you ... Read More »
After Xiaomi teased the Mi Note Pro back in January, we knew that the device was a top-tier flagship smartphone. Now the Mi Note Pro’s full spec list has been revealed, and in the process Xiaomi has reaffirmed the device’s high-end status.