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Android has come a long way since its release. From the HTC Dream to the Nexus 6, everything has changed. To come so far, significant things have happened that have changed the
I hate to put cases on my beautiful new smartphones, it always seemed so awkward to me. Sure, I understand that smartphones are expensive and break easily, but why should
If you follow the tech space closely, chances are good you might have heard about the data problem that some Chromebook Pixel owners have run into. If not, here’s a
You’ve heard the news by now and now you want to look at the biggest, baddest smartphone of 2014. Behold the LG G3 and its quad-core, Quad HD glory. See
After Google Reader died, the poor souls who used RSS feeds for their main source of news were forced to move on. RSS isn’t dead quite yet, and there are
You’ve learned about Sony’s newest wearable device, the SmartBand SWR10 and now you’d like to get a better look at it. Behold the following small gallery of images of the upcoming
You’ve learned about Samsung’s brand Galaxy Fit and now you’d like to actually see what it looks like. Behold the following gallery of images of the upcoming device in multiple colors
The musician is part of a planned three-part video series based around Samsung’s latest devices Thought you’ve heard the last of Robin Thicke’s song Blurred Lines? Think again. You’re likely
With Android 4.4 KitKat now officially outed by Google we are looking ahead to learning about the details and intricacies of the next release of the platform. We expect the
Looking to change up your Android home screen? It doesn’t get much easier than swapping out the wallpaper; it’s one of the quickest ways to breath new life into the
With all the buzz around the next Nexus devices, leaked specs and gorgeous renders have had me (and every fan of AOSP) drooling for the next member of the Pure
Take a trip through time and recall some of the dumbest things to happen in Android’s first years.
So you want to see what a new, post-acquisition Motorola handset looks like now that Google is more (or not at all) involved. Behold the first few images and video