The quirky little Nextbit Robin is no more. Well, at least support for it is.
Nextbit has officially announced that it will no longer support the Robin. It’s unknown if this includes future software updates, which the company promised will continue until February ... Read More »
The first batch of Android Wear devices have been all but abandoned. None of the launch devices are getting the update to Android Wear 2.0 for various reasons, many of which are perfectly valid.
Sony has confirmed that the SmartWatch ... Read More »
Google is being very open about how long it will support Nexus devices. A support page describes the rules Google has set, and honestly, they’re extremely good. Android version updates are guaranteed for at least two years from launch, and security patches are guaranteed for three years from launch or 18 months after the Google Store ... Read More »
Buying a first generation device is always a risk. Many of us took that risk when buying first gen Android Wear products, like the Moto 360 and the LG G Watch. And as we saw with the inferior hardware of the Moto 360, those risks ... Read More »
The Nexus Player has enjoyed a year and a half of life, and will enjoy more living in many homes as a media center for the living room or bedroom. However, Google seems to have discontinued the device, signaling the end of its retail life.
And as with many Nexus devices, ... Read More »
The first gen Moto 360 was the first smartwatch a lot of people were genuinely in love with. The thin metal body, the round display, and the sheer elegance of it (for a smartwatch anyway) won a lot of people over even when the specs were borderline disappointing. Unfortunately, the Google Store has finally killed ... Read More »
The last time we thought the Nexus 5 would be gone forever, Google debunked that and said that it would continue to sell the phone through Q1 2015. And that ended up true, as the device was for sale up until recently. Read More »
Well, we knew this moment would come sooner rather than later. The Nexus 5 has been the beloved standard for the high end budget phone since its release, and it continues to excel with some excellent specs for a fairly low price. But it was released over a year ago, and its ... Read More »
It seems only yesterday we were running to our local Sprint stores to get America’s first 4G phone. In many ways, the HTC EVO 4G belonged to a new breed of Android phones that appealed to the average consumer–not just us geeks. It was blazing fast. It was relatively easy to use. It had a ... Read More »
While the life cycle of most feature phones is probably a little over a year, we’re typically used to seeing smartphones stick around in a carrier’s lineup a little longer than that. Unfortunately for the DROID Eris, it looks like Verizon is looking to clean out their Android selection before the launch of the Read More »