New for software version 2.0, the Pebble has finally received its own app store, letting you download apps for the smart watch in one location. But while iOS users have had the pleasure of using this app store since earlier this month, Android folk still don’t have official access. In order to use the Android ... Read More »
LG has been talking up its new G Pro 2 quite a bit lately, touting the device’s 13-megapixel camera and OIS Plus technology. The G Pro 2 isn’t the only new G-series phone that the Life’s Good crew is cooking up, though, ... Read More »
The Google Search app has received yet another update, and this one adds a few new commands to Google Now. For those who like to use voice dialing (especially if you have a Moto X or are running the Google Now Launcher), this update will be a significant improvement. Instead of having to constantly name ... Read More »
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When HTC’s Cher Wang announced that the company would be revitalizing its mid-range lineup to regain the market share it lost last year, we were not expecting to see leaks of these devices pop up on the web just a few days later.
The HTC Desire 8 may be the first mid-range phone from ... Read More »
If you haven’t heard of Roman Nurik, it’s about time you have. You’ve at least heard of DashClock, right? Well, lets start back to the time when I was introduced to the work of Roman Nurik through DashClock, apparently 1 year ago. Roman is an Android developer who works for Google. He’s often taking to ... Read More »
The HTC M8 is subject to an incredible amount of rumors and leaks lately, and today is no different. While we’ve seen everything from a mold of the device, to the backplate, to the device itself running what was claimed to be Sense 6.0, we’ve seen it all, But we’ve never seen it quite this ... Read More »
The Android and Me podcast is on the air – now! You can watch it right here, but we recommend you click over to the live stream on Google+ which allows you to to interact with other listeners and send us any questions you want us to answer. Tonight’s rundown includes all the latest HTC ... Read More »
The Samsung flagship has launched in two different models around the world for many years. There was always the Exynos model (3G only) and the Snapdragon model with LTE. The difference between these devices has been the processor, while the rest of the hardware stayed the same. But we may be looking at a bigger ... Read More »
The Qualcomm Toq is probably my favorite smartwatch hardware to date, but the software still has some catching up to do. The update rolling out today for both the Toq and the companion app checks at least one more box by turning the device into a basic fitness tracker.
This should come as ... Read More »
We’re now less than two weeks away from Samsung’s Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 event, and this morning the company kicked its hype train into high gear.
Samsung has taken to its official blog to share the image you see above, which features the same “Unpacked” with a superscript 5 ... Read More »