The Moto 360 has garnered some pretty positive press, though the device has its issues. Mainly, people have been seeing occasional Bluetooth disconnects and some stuttering (probably due to the old TI OMAP chip used inside). However, people love the 360 and we can’t blame them. Now owners of the Moto 360 are in for ... Read More »
Verizon is on the verge of launching VoLTE, which the company calls Advanced Calling 1.0. This will allow people to call over the LTE mobile network, providing high quality phone calls instead of the raspy and garbled calls you’re used to. Only a few devices will support VoLTE from the get go, ... Read More »
Motorola has been busy announcing some new hardware, but it hasn’t been too busy to continue updating its devices. The first generation Moto X is rocking Android 4.4.4 on many carriers, and Canadian carrier Rogers is next.
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Android Wear is only a few months old. It’s a very new product, and naturally, it has limitations and missing features. People are waiting patiently for an update to add some simple features to their devices. Luckily, Google has announced a new update for Android Wear watches on its blog.
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If you’re the owner of an AT&T-branded HTC One (M8), prepare for a new update! Your carrier is now rolling out an Android 4.4.3 update to your device, which contains a bunch of fixes and improvements along with the new version of Android. And while it’s not a huge update, it brings the One ... Read More »
Right on the heels of the Android 4.4.4 soak test starting its rollout for the Sprint Moto X, AT&T has released the Android 4.4.4 update to its own model of the Moto X. But you don’t have to be a participant of the soak test ... Read More »
It appears that Motorola’s insanely quick update pace has slowed down as of late. While KitKat is abundant on the company’s more recent devices, updates to the very latest – and insignificantly different – versions of Android have slowed down. However, Sprint and Motorola have one for us now.
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YouTube for Android only supported 720p playback until recently. The HD icon symbolized 720p HD, and even those with 1080p displays couldn’t crank up the resolution any higher. But with a fairly recent YouTube app update, selectable quality levels were finally included. You could select the actual resolution for playback. And ... Read More »
HTC is continuing its push to move Sense 6 apps onto the Play Store. Last time it was the Sense 6 keyboard, an app many people don’t use due to better alternatives. But this time around, the significantly more important clock app has hit ... Read More »
Chrome beta for Android is getting a new update courtesy of Google. The update features a new and easier sign in system that’s much like the desktop version of Chrome. You can now use your Google account to sign in, and it’ll sync everything from bookmarks to history. There is also a multi account selector ... Read More »