As we barrel toward a hopeful 2015 launch of Google’s Project Ara, we’re starting to itch for more than just photos and loose talk about the project. Thankfully, Google is getting a bit more comfortable with the details and is starting to bring this thing from within their super-secret Google X labs over in Mountain View. Check out this video presentation from LAUNCH.
We’re not sure why you’d want Nokia’s app store — their primary source for downloading apps on the new Nokia X family — on your Android device, but you can get it if that’s your prerogative. The always-helpful folks of XDA have ported the Nokia Apps store to any Android device running Android 4.1.2 or higher.
Samsung’s always included some pretty good incentives for buying their flagship smartphones, whether it be credit to buy movies and music or extra storage space for Dropbox. They’re taking things to a whole new level for the Samsung Galaxy S5 launch, though, as the company has announced over $500 worth of premium apps and subscriptions.
xcited for the launch of the all new HTC One on March 25th? So is HTC, obviously. That’s why the Taiwanese company has started hyping the device up with these technical translation teaser videos. They’ve released a second one, and it’s all about metal.
It’s always a good day when you can enjoy the best of both worlds, but that luxury isn’t always available to us in the world of mobile devices. Only recently have tablets been able to come with multiple operating systems that the user can easily switch between. But what about phones? Thankfully, one Indian firm is about to address that.
There’s some unfortunate news for those who preferred to get their digital movies from HTC’s storefront HTC Watch. The company has announced that they’re retiring the service on a global scale, and that it will no longer be available after March 31st.
While many of you were being distracted by tonight’s Oscars, some online drama of the mobile variety has also been unfolding tonight. Moments ago, the HTC M8 was leaked in a lengthy, 12-minute hands-on video. The leaker, a young man who technically recorded the video back on the 18th of February, seems to have found […]
Right now most of America is watching The Oscars, AKA the 86th Academy Awards, hosted this year by Ellen Degeneres. She took a moment to acknowledge she would be live tweeting while hosting and she wasn’t kidding, uploading her selfie almost instantly using nothing other than the fabled Samsung Galaxy Note 3: #Oscars #Blessed #blurry […]
Said one Yahoo stock holder to CEO Marissa Mayer, “I’m Greek and I’m a dirty old man and you look attractive, Marissa,” perfectly illustrating gender inequality in the tech industry.
The Nokia X was announced last week with a full set of Nokia and Microsoft services, completely lacking Google’s widely recognized applications that make Android into the behemoth of an operating system that it is today. The usefulness of the Nokia X was questioned and now Android hackers have done what they do best, customizing devices, increasing their usefulness.
We’re heading home from Mobile World Congress, folks (read through all the exciting coverage here) and the dust is finally settling. With most of the great phones for the first half of 2014 announced, it’s time to take a look at all of them in our March edition of Best Android Phones.
#MWC2014 has come and gone, leaving behind it a trail of highly anticipated mobile releases. With big announcements from Samsung, LG, Sony, and more, we’re running down our favorites. If you missed any of our coverage throughout the week, these are the smartphones (and smartwatches) you need to know about.