Microsoft’s virtual assistant Cortana is awesome and all, but a lot of her potential is wasted due to lack of integration with Android. There’s only so much a standalone app can do compared to Google Now on Android or Siri on iOS.
In a strange partnership, Cyanogen and Microsoft are working together to integrate Cortana ... Read More »
CyanogenMod has finally been updated to Android 5.1! The latest versions of the ROM are based on the latest versions of Android, which should make those running CyanogenMod happy. You can update now if your device is supported by CyanogenMod 12.1.
The update also includes the Read More »
Sony is once again doing something cool for its customers. The company is releasing the Android M Developer Preview to the Xperia devices in the Sony Open Device program, allowing those with specific Xperia devices to run the Android M Dev Preview in all of its glory.
Unfortunately, it’s not ... Read More »
The Moto E is perfect for several types of users thanks to its $129 price tag. Some will love it because of its the low cost, which will allow them to finally upgrade from a featurephone. Some will buy it for their young kids as a first smartphone because they won’t have to worry about it getting seriously damaged. ... Read More »
Many Android enthusiasts buy the Nexus line of devices not for the low price, but for stock Android. It’s pretty much the only way to get stock Android and quick updates straight from Google anymore, though the Moto X comes fairly close. The pure Google experience is something special, a light and fast interface with ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is launching in just three weeks, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it. The public reception for the device may not have been overwhelmingly positive, but it looks to be a solid device for 2014. And with a lot of cool and actually useful features, it appeals to ... Read More »
The Android community is absolutely massive. You can select from dozens of ROMs for most devices, each ROM being unique and special in its own way. But the two biggest ROMs in the world are CyanogenMod and AOKP, in that order. Both are open source and thrive off of user submitted code, and both are ... Read More »
We have to give props to Sony for releasing an alpha Android 4.0 ROM for testing last December, and the Japanese manufacturer has just given us a bit more ice cream sandwich goodness. Today, Sony has released the beta version of this ROM, meaning that the update is just a bit closer to reaching Sony’s Xperia ... Read More »
Nexus S users are currently enjoying their update to Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. The new UI and features are awesome, but there is one little thing last year’s Nexus was missing – Face Unlock.
While some consider Face Unlock to be a gimmick, others find it to be one of ... Read More »
There’s no doubt that many Android fans already have their Ice Cream Sandwich-filled Galaxy Nexus. Many of us (especially Americans) are still waiting for this device to hit our local stores, but we’re more than eager to play around with Android 4.0. What happens with those users who don’t feel like they ... Read More »