Android 6.0 bringing iBeacon killer?
Jul 4th - Today's date is July 4th, which may seem like any other date, but here in the U.S. it's when we celebrate Independence Day. Celebrate the 4th with some patriotic wallpapers!
Jul 3rd - An employee of LG software development department was reportedly able to confirm that an update to Android 5.1.1 -- the latest version of Android publicly available -- will soon be headed to the LG G2. Not too shabby for a phone nearly 2 years old.
Jul 3rd - For those curious to see how big the S6 Edge Plus will be when it launches later this year, additional images from @Onleaks are giving us a much better idea. He managed to secure a few comparison images with the regular S6 Edge put up against an S6 Edge Plus dummy unit.
Jul 3rd - After the Sprint version of the HTC One M9 began receiving Android 5.1 back on July 1st, now the unlocked Developer Edition is following suit.
Jul 3rd - In what can only be described as a refreshing turn of events, both the LG G Stylo and LG Leon are now receiving updates to Android 5.1.1 -- the absolute latest version of Android currently available.
Jul 3rd - Google Voice Search is awesome, and you probably use it a lot more than is humanly healthy. But did you know that Google stores a history of all the queries you make on their servers?
Jul 3rd - Let's talk about the future: what will an eventual Android 6.0 release bring us? Perhaps the Physical Web will be the star of the show, which seems to be a perfect answer to Apple's iBeacon.
Jul 3rd - Email is one piece of technology that almost everyone uses, and there are thousands of different ways to do it. Last week we asked you to share your favorite email app for Android, and now we have the results.
Jul 3rd - After tweeting earlier today that an Android-powered BlackBerry device was headed to AT&T later this year, @Evleaks decided to release a new product render of a BlackBerry device clearly running Android.
Jul 2nd - A recent FCC filing is causing some to believe this device could be the next version of Google Glass. The mysterious device -- filed under FCC ID A4R-GG1 -- is reportedly carrying all the wireless connectivity you'd expect from a next-gen wearable.
Jul 2nd - When Fallout Shelter launched on iOS back during E3 (coinciding with Fallout 4's reveal trailer) we knew an Android version was in the works. When asked about launch timing for the Android version of Shelter, Bethesda developer Pete Hines mentioned in a tweet that they're targeting an August release.
Jul 2nd - Reports from earlier this month that BlackBerry would soon launch a full fledged Android-powered smartphone are looking up. Ex-tipster who still occasionally tips/confirms new devices @Evleaks tweeted earlier today that a device called the BlackBerry Venice is headed to AT&T later this year.
Jul 2nd - Anyone with an interest in gaming knows the Nintendo Wii U isn't doing so hot, so Nintendo is looking to make the console gamers deserved to get. They'll apparently look to ship 20 million NX units.
Jul 2nd - Giving us a look at the progress they've made since initially launching on Android many moons ago, the folks at Dolphin are now showing us how smooth their emulator runs on the NVIDIA Shield TV and its Tegra X1 processor.
Jul 2nd - On yesterday’s Mobile Roar podcast we talked briefly about the latest Pushbullet update and how it somehow broke the one feature many of us use it for in the first place: easy sharing to our Android devices.