News and Rumors
Sony has announced the game plan for when Android 5.0 and Android 5.1 are due to be released for select Xperia devices. Lollipop will be had for most.
Google is releasing a dedicated Street View application later this summer to replace the Views community and allow users to view all kinds of photospheres.
With all the news surrounding Android M, there has been a lot of debate on the new features. People have been resorting to forums to procure the extracted APK files
Samsung has announced that they will be delaying the launch of their mobile payment service until September. This will surely make a dent in Samsung’s plans to catch up to
Acclaimed video game developer, Square Enix announced on their official hitman blog yesterday that they will be releasing the game Hitman: Sniper on both the App Store and the Google
So it seems that Samsung is not going to just stop at making their own chipset for their Galaxy line of smartphones. A recent GFXBench leak of an upcoming TCL phablet, the TCL
Earlier this year, Tag Heuer and Intel announced that the two would collaborate on an Android Wear powered Swiss Smartwatch to be sold later this year. In an interview with Wearable, Jean-Claude
My initial reaction when I heard about Android Pay in Google I/O last week was, what about Google Wallet!? Like a lot of Android fans, I was pretty giddy back
A few hours ago, a render of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active leaked out and it went live on Samsung’s official website for a brief moment, after which it was taken
To celebrate the first anniversary of their US website, smartphone giant Huawei is offering great deals on some of their products for a limited time period. In the Huawei Anniversary Bundle Deals,
Amazon Fire TV has exceeded just about every expectation and Amazon has just announced some impressive numbers in regards to their streaming device.
We have got some great news for owners of T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z3 today. Last evening, Des Smith, T-Mobile’s senior product manager, tweeted that Android 5.0 Lollipop is set to roll out
Two-year contracts have long been bundled with our smartphone purchases. It took quite a bold move from T-mobile, with their Uncarrier movement, to shake things up and question how things