For years, carrier branding on high-end flagships was a blight upon beautiful phone design. Breaking up the glass and fancy textures was a big carrier logo, announcing to everyone who doesn’t care that you’re on a particular carrier. Some examples were annoying, and some were plain criminal.
Lenovo’s acquisition of Motorola hasn’t gone so well for the company. Sales continue to drop and popularity in China simply isn’t growing. Lenovo is now changing things up in hopes of getting back on track in the mobile department.
The biggest news is that the company will no longer be ... Read More »
You’ve probably heard by now what AT&T has done to the Nexus 6. Despite Nexus devices being meant to be stock and unaltered, that’s never stopped carriers. With custom ringtones, pre-loaded apps, disabled tethering, and a SIM lock, the AT&T Nexus 6 is ... Read More »
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Something monumentally important was announced today. Not the Nexus 6. Or Nexus 9. Or Android 5.0 Lollipop or the Nexus Player and Android TV. It’s the new Android. A friendlier, more accessible, ready for the public Android. And it’s going to propel Google into the future.
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The LG G3 hype train continues! Hours after LG posted a few teaser videos for its upcoming flagship smartphone, a new render of the G3 has leaked out.
Whether you are aware of it or not, and completely regardless of whether or not you believe it, the Motorola Droid on Verizon Wireless saved Android. More accurately, it saved Andy Rubin, or at least his job, after the G1 underwhelmed and failed to impress many. It’s release, coupled with the release of Android 2.0, ... Read More »