It’s safe to say that Google’s conquest of taking over your living room hasn’t been all that successful, but can the rumored Nexus TV turn that around?
Want to help get your favorite apps and games the attention you think they deserve? Google is now giving you the opportunity to do so by opening up a “Player’s Choice Awards” contest.
Is the Ascend Mate being rebranded to PhoPad? Or perhaps Huawei will showcase a new form factor similar to the ASUS Padfone series which allow a smartphone to slip inside a companion tablet shell, acting as it’s brain?
Verizon will push the Droid DNA an update to Android 4.2.2, bringing Sense 5 along for the ride. New features include HTC BlinkFeed, updated apps, and more. How are we feeling about the DNA now?
John Legere is at it again with his war on AT&T. After AT&T released several new plans and discounts for BYOD Legere lets them have it on Twitter. Joe has finished his Lumia 1520 review, and wow is it a big phone. The guys discuss phablets and the trend of giant phones. Android 4.4.1 is here […]
If you have been looking for a device with a physical keyboard, T-Mobile has just the phone for you. The LG F3Q has leaked showing that the QWERTY isn’d dead quite yet.
Brightest Flashlight has been collecting the location data of its users and sharing it with advertisers and other third parties, and that’s not cool with the FTC. What changes are coming?
ASUS has issued invites for an event to take place next week and they are making no secret about what to expect. A smaller Padfone could reduce pricing hurdles, but will the concept ever catch on?
Instagram has sent out physical invitations to a press event, but we have no idea what it could all be about. Is the secret hidden in the invite?
Pantech Vega Secret Up announced – high end specs, fingerprint reader and “privacy protected” display
Pantech is ending the year with a high-end phone that will sure turn heads. This is a bit of a special device, and not only because of its odd name.
Get your cameras ready and put your family together, because now your Nexus 5 images will be MUCH better! Android 4.4.1 is hitting Nexus 5 devices today!