News and Rumors
The spotlight of Asus’s announcements has been lately centered around its popular ZenFone smartphones. A couple weeks ago, Asus launched a barrage of ZenFone 2 variants at their appropriately named “ZenFestival 2015”
As you’ve already heard, Samsung revealed yesterday two new phablet flagships for the year: the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+. And it turns out that the Note
Android M has finally got a name in the form of Marshmallow and with it a few new wallpapers that we’ve extracted from the latest Android M preview, bundled together,
Samsung are set to release yet another range of Galaxy devices to compliment their Galaxy A, Galaxy S, Galaxy E, and Galaxy J series that already exist on the market.
Ever since Google’s 2015 I/O, we’ve impatiently been waiting and guessing what the next version of Android will be called, our only clue being that it starts with “M” and
Samsung seems pretty excited for the release of Android M. As they should be. Android M is adding a slew of new features that will improve just about every flagship
The LG Nexus 5 (2015) is one of the most anticipated phones of the year; its specs have leaked, we’ve seen renders based on specs provided to case manufactures, and
I will be the first to tell you that smartphones are one of the best electronic devices to have ever been created. They allow us to interact with people across
The first official Samsung Note 5 commercial just went live on their YouTube channel giving you a marketing idea of where Samsung believe the Note 5 fits in the market.
Android M has been in the Developer Preview stage ever since late May, but we are still left without the official name. This happened last year with the current version
As high school and college students prepare to for the fall semester, carriers and manufacturers are promoting their back-to-school deals, and T-Mobile is offering up an Android tablet at basically
You might notice that Google Play Services is prompting you to update via the Google Play Store – this is to bring it to version 7.8, and with it some
Samsung’s budget-friendly Galaxy Tab A has been available in the U.S. for a few months now. That is, only the Wi-Fi version of the tablet. You’ve been out of luck if
The skies are a little darker over Chicago today as Motorola Mobility is trimming its staff by 500 positions, or 25 percent of its workforce. Parent company Lenovo is restructuring and reported