Android Wallpaper: Field Day

Jan 24th - Welcome back to another edition of Android Wallpaper! This week our theme is fields. A field is basically just an expanse of open ground, but when you hear the word "field" you probably think of a cornfield or a football field.

Android 5.0.2 Lollipop is rolling out to Moto G 2nd Gen in the US, 1st and 2nd Gen in India

Jan 23rd - After a few delays, Motorola is now officially pushing out Android 5.0.2 for the Moto G 2nd Gen in the US, and both 1st and 2nd Gen models in India. Did you get the update yet?

Spotify playback no longer interrupted by audio notifications, update brings quicker startup too

Jan 23rd - Spotify is getting a nice update in the Google Play Store, one that should make those fond of group chats quite happy. Audio notifications no longer interrupt playback and the app now features quicker startup times.

Say cheese: HTC employee accidentally photographs HTC One M9 (Hima) during test shot

Jan 23rd - An HTC employee seems to have inadvertently exposed the HTC One M9 (Hima) in a test photo. This is the same guy who gave us yesterday's camera samples, confirming the 0PJA10 is, in fact, the HTC One M9.

LG G3’s Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the United States is right around the corner

Jan 23rd - The LG G3 has received Android 5.0 Lollipop in South Korea, but to this point it hasn't traveled far outside of LG's home turf. That could be changing soon, though, as the company has taken to Twitter to tease that it's coming "soon."

Sprint wants to steal customers back from T-Mobile with $200 trade-in guarantee

Jan 23rd - T-Mobile might have stolen a lot of customers from the big three with their crazy Uncarrier announcements over the past couple of years, but Sprint isn't going to hold back. Their latest promo guarantees at least $200 for trading in a T-Mobile smartphone.

Mobile Roar 77: HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6 leaks, HoloLens, and more!

Jan 23rd - It's leaking season here on the Mobile Roar Podcast. The HTC One M9 (Hima) has been leaked nearly a dozen times already, and the Samsung Galaxy S6 is starting to pick up steam.

Nexus Player will soon be available outside of Google Play

Jan 23rd - If, for whatever reason, you have something against Google Play and didn't fancy buying a Nexus Player there you'll be happy to know that it's headed to more retail destinations this month.

Study claims you’re dumb if you don’t use iPhone

Jan 23rd - Welp, that does it. We're all dumb. Well, that's according to two loosely-related studies, anyway. Chitika recently released their report of mobile operating system usage by state for the United States and it seems to suggest a ridiculous trend.

Amazon celebrates first successful series by making Prime $72 Saturday only

Jan 23rd - Looking for a reason to give Amazon Prime another try after the company decided to hike prices? Well, if our top 5 reasons why you need Amazon Prime feature wasn't enough, then perhaps the latest deal is: you can get the service for $72 Saturday only.

These photos were taken with the HTC One M9 (Hima) [UPDATE]

Jan 22nd - After digging around the net, we came across some photos uploaded to Flickr by an HTC employee. Seems the photos could have been taken by the HTC One M9. Take a look.

Here’s a clear look at the back of the HTC One M9 (Hima), no Duo Camera to be found

Jan 22nd - Earlier this morning we gave you guys the clearest look yet at the front of the HTC One M9 (Hima)... And now we're finally ready to show you the back.

Google has reportedly reached a deal with Sprint to sell wireless service later this year

Jan 22nd - It's probably not the news many of you wanted to hear, but it's now being reported that Google has struck a deal with Sprint to sell service as an MVNO operating on their network.

Survival 101: Blackberry wants to make it illegal to not use Blackberry

Jan 22nd - Think about that title for a moment. Take it in. John Chen -- CEO of Blackberry -- went on a little rant on the company's blog this morning, and by the end of it all we'd learned that he essentially wants to make it illegal not to use Blackberry. Full story's inside.

T-Mobile CEO lays out another dirty industry secret (and how they plan to change it) #SmartphoneEquality

Jan 22nd - T-Mobile was one of the first carriers to come clean about carrier subsidization practices which resulted in the launch of their game-changing Simple Choice plans, and now they're out to expose another dirty industry secret -- the need for good credit to get the best prices.