Jun 3rd - A system dump for the LG G Watch has been leaked online. While digging around the system dump, we found all sorts of goodies to help tide you over until Android Wear devices finally make their debut.
Jun 1st - According to a new report from TK Tech News, HTC plans on joining the smartwatch game with Android Wear coming in August or September of this year. Tentatively called HTC One Wear, sources close to the matter have reported that HTC’s smartwatch is set to rival the Moto 360 with a round design and be available in both polycarbonate and metal flavors.
May 30th - XDA-Developers recently announced their second annual developers conference and are now accepting early bird registration for attendees and taking bids for conference speakers.
May 21st - Secret, which has been an iOS exclusive for the past 4 months, is now available for Android with exclusive features. Secret allows you to “speak freely” by sharing your thoughts with friends while being anonymous.
May 14th - We’ve known for a while now that the Oppo Find 7a and the OnePlus One were close cousins, sharing the same production facilities and even sharing a vast majority of the same internal hardware. Well, it seems you can make them share the same software too with a little bit of good ole fashioned Android tinkering.
May 9th - Up until now, Android has been Google’s platform. However, it seems we’re beginning to see a transition where Google is acting just like other OEMs and creating their own experience on top of Android.
May 4th - CyanogenMod has announced plans for CM 11 stable. The M-series builds have served as a “stable” release channel for some time now, are aimed at replacing it altogether, and will now come every two weeks.
May 4th - Those of you into rootin’ and ROMin’ your Android devices are most likely familiar with Cid and his pals over at CyanogenMod. You’ll be happy to know that CyanogenMod 11 M6 is now rolling out to select devices.
Apr 29th - Tonight I have the pleasure of joining Jason Howell, Gina Trapani, and Ron Richards on TWiT’s “All About Android” show to talk about well…about all things Android. More specifically, we’ll be talking about some of he happenings in the Android world from the past week such as Android Silver, OK Google Everywhere, OnePlus One controversy, the latest Google Glass update, and plenty more.
Apr 28th - We don’t need to tell you that we live in a mobile world, seeing as you happen to be visiting a website dedicated to reporting on the greatest mobile operating system on the planet. It seems Reddit finally got the memo and plans on building an official Android app in the future.
Apr 25th - After unveiling their Flagship Killer smartphone earlier this week, Chinese start-up OnePlus has announced that you can become one of the very first 100 people to purchase their new phone. Even better – it will only run you one dollar. All you have to do is enter a contest stating that you’ll smash your current smartphone if you’re entry is chosen. This is a bad idea.
Apr 21st - Oppo’s latest flagship smartphone, the Find 7a – the younger brother of the upcoming Find 7, follows Oppo’s previous track record, bringing impeccable hardware, incredible design, and just the right amount of innovation to make any smartphone fan salivate.
Apr 18th - Earlier tonight we saw a supposed leak of the upcoming OnePlus One. The leak included press renders of the phone, a variety of back covers, and supposedly depicted the phones upcoming UI. Carl Pei of OnePlus took to the official OnePlus forums moments ago to put an end to the rumors running rampant this evening.
Apr 18th - Earlier this week, we got a supposed sneak peak at Google’s upcoming icon changes for a future version of Android, dubbed internally as Moonshine. If you’re anything like me, after seeing Android’s upcoming Moonshine UI icons, you’ve been drooling to get that sexy, flat design on your Android devices.
Apr 15th - Today kicks off day one of Google’s Project Ara Developer Conference. The conference is set to begin at 11:30 am Eastern Time. Tune in below. The conference is aimed at developers and Ara enthusiasts of all shapes and sizes. Google hopes to fuel innovation and generate excitement in this entirely new mobile space.