Security has been a sore spot for Android since its inception. With so many manufacturers making Android devices with their own customizations, it became impossible for Google to control updates. Instead, it has been up to the manufacturers to update devices.
With new exploits constantly being found and security being a hot topic, both the FTC ... Read More »
HTC may be looking to get its street cred (and profits, of course, don’t forget profits) back with a couple Nexus devices in 2016, but maintaining an impressive update schedule on its current hardware and delivering a winner with the rumored One M10 will certainly win it plenty of fans amongst ... Read More »
HTC is giving consumers another reason to buy the familiar but undeniably beautiful HTC One A9 today in the form of monthly security updates.
When HTC announced the One A9, it guaranteed the device would see updates just 15 business days after Google’s own Nexus devices. Now, the company is clarifying that doesn’t ... Read More »
BlackBerry is known for its security in the corporate world, and with the PRIV running Android, the company will have to deal with an entirely different method of keeping its device safe.
We all know how carriers love to delay Android updates. BlackBerry has spoken about such problems and revealed that important security hotfixes can be ... Read More »
System updates have long been a sore point for Android and its fans, as manufacturers have often been painfully slow and carriers further delay updates to add their own bloat and annoying features. But with Nexus devices, you often get updates first, regardless of what carriers want, since they have historically been unlocked and free ... Read More »
Just to make sure you weren’t forgetting about them with all the news coming out of Google today, HTC has taken to Twitter with a list of its devices that will be upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow along with some tentative timelines.
We're roasting marshmallows this fall! We'll begin our @Android ... Read More »
Motorola is pushing out an update to both its Camera and Gallery apps today with a couple of handy new features.
While Motorola does run a relatively untouched version of Android on its devices, its Camera and Gallery apps are tweaked to better suit ... Read More »
In a couple of Google+ posts today (that have since been deleted), a Verizon test engineer took to the social network to speak out on Verizon, Motorola and the manufacturer’s Lollipop updates.
Jose Arturo, who works for Verizon, has said that Lollipop for the Droid Turbo is still at least a couple ... Read More »
We received some updates today on one of our favorite phones of the year so far, the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3. Not only is it an impressive phone, but it’s $250 unlocked without a contract. If you haven’t checked out our review yet, Read More »
Google has announced a couple updates today that will mean a significantly more streamlined experience for their photos and email products.
First up is the addition of a “Google Photos” section to Google Drive. This will include all of the photos and videos that already reside in your Google+ account. This is a logical move ... Read More »