Sony has always been decent with software updates — for newer devices anyway — but the company loves to release them in batches. Today Sony announced that Android 4.4 updates will be rolling out for the Xperia Z Ultra, Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z1 Compact all at the same time. The rollout should be underway ... Read More »
While other Moto X users have long had their Android 4.4.2 updates, AT&T users like me have had to wait. AT&T isn’t particularly fast with updates, unfortunately, so customers should be used to waiting. However, the soak test is finally being released for the AT&T Moto X, and it brings the device up to the ... Read More »
We’re always happy to see new updates and we’re now seeing the rollout of a new update from Google for the Play Store. This update bumps it up to version 4.6.16 and includes some nice features that should make the experience a whole lot better. One of our personal favorites is the ability to batch ... Read More »
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Despite countless new services coming out, Instagram remains popular and widely used. I myself have gone back to using Instagram. It’s a strangely compelling service. However, with the latest update, it has gotten significantly better. Though this update doesn’t add any new features, it’s still awesome.
This update redesigns the user interface. ... Read More »
The KitKat rollout for Samsung’s line of devices hasn’t exactly been fast lately, but another device has received the update here in the US. This time it’s the T-Mobile Galaxy S4, joining its big bother the Note 3 with the newest version of Android. Although it’s not a huge update, it’s an important one.
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Touchless Control is an amazing, innovative feature on modern X8-powred Motorola devices like the Moto X and some of Droids. It allows you to speak to your phone without touching it, eliminating the need to turn on the screen first. This always-listening ability is powered by a special core in the X8 chip that helps ... Read More »
Chromecast support is growing fast as an increasing number apps add support for Google’s little streaming device. We already have popular apps like Chrome Beta supporting Chromecast that allow you to stream content that providers may not have added support for themselves. But what about local ... Read More »
The LG G Flex is technically able to capture 4K video, but you wouldn’t know that with its stock software. That camera sensor is quite capable, though, and the developers at XDA have modded the device to shoot 4K video. They’ve even added the option of shooting at 120 FPS as well. But mods like ... Read More »
While most devices are still waiting to get their first taste of KitKat, Motorola has been busy pushing a second Android 4.4 update out to the Moto X. The KitKat update was released to the Moto X shortly after it became available for the Nexus 7 devices, and now this latest update brings the Moto ... Read More »
Last week we noted that Samsung had published the source code for the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3′s Android 4.4 update, a move that suggested that the official update may not be far off. It turns out that that was indeed the case, as several users on the ... Read More »