News and Rumors
With the original Moto X, Motorola showed customers that it could be just as fast as Google at releasing system updates to its flagships. However, their beastly DROID Turbo has
If you own an HTC One M9 and are rather unimpressed by its camera performance, you can now take a sigh of relief as Spring’s version of the handset is receiving Android
Not long ago, we saw some blurry image of of highly anticipated Motorola Moto G (2015) doing rounds on various websites. And now we have stumbled upon clear press renders of
HTC is yet to announce its Desire T7 line, but two variants of the tablet have already reached India for testing, according to Zauba – a website that tracks shipment of mobile
We have been hearing rumours about Samsung’s Project Zero 2 for sometime now, and as it turns out that the code name stands for none other than the supersized version of
Soundtrap, a multi-platform, cloud-based, music recording studio app graduated out of its beta form into a stable version released for all to consume. The company of the same name states that it
The waiting is now over for users of the Xposed Framework who wished to run it on Android Lollipop, since the developer has just pushed out a huge updated to
After denying for months that Snapdragon 810’s overheating issues was the reason why Samsung didn’t use it in the Galaxy S6, Qualcomm resorted to build its next flagship chipset based on Samsung’s 14nm process. And
According to recent rumours, we could be looking at a dual launch of the next version of Android operating system, Android M, and a 2015 version of the Nexus 5.
By the way LG continues to pump out smartwatches (three models within a year), it can be said that they are highly invested in the wearable movement. The news we’ve received today
Today, Boost Mobile announced the releases of the LG Tribute 2 and LG Volt 2. Both feature LG’s Rear-Key and selfie features. First up is the Tribute 2 is $99.99.
The software on our devices are continually stuffed with the latest ideas and eye-candy. However, that would mean nothing if the user constantly got annoyed by lags throughout the OS. So
When it comes to camera apps, I really haven’t been the adventurous type. I generally stick with the stock camera app that comes on the device I am using. Why?
A future Droid smartphone from Verizon will feature a 5.5-inch 1440 x 2560 display when it arrives, according to an alleged set of new benchmarks. Reportedly, the Motorola phone will
Google has updated its own applications for Android with a splash screen that adds a tweaks to remind users who built the app, the operating system, and the ecosystem that