Like keeping your Nexus device up to date? Who doesn’t!? Google has just let go of the Android 6.0.1 factory images for Nexus devices on its Developers site. Bear in
You can download the “C-Apps” and flash them over your CyanogenMod-based ROM and enjoy most of the cool features that come with Cyanogen OS out of the box.
If you’re one of the many who values phone storage and upset over the disappearing microSD card slots, SanDisk may have a viable alternative for you. They have just reinvented the
If your favorite websites are taking forever to load or you find your mobile device overheating by simply trying to access your daily articles, it may be the case of
For a limited time, Amazon has slashed prices on a variety of select products from PNY including USB flash drives, MicroSD and SD memory cards, portable power packs, and even
In a new patent, Google has released their idea for a device (or devices) with multiple camera LED flashes.This leads us to the possible conclusion that, perhaps, a new Nexus
We Android users have had the advantage of using flash on our devices for a very long time. However, Adobe has come out and announced two things. First off, they
We can cross off another perceived flaw of the Galaxy Nexus. Many were worried that Flash wouldn’t make it onto the Galaxy Nexus but we now have confirmation that it
Think back to roughly a year and a half ago when the big stink in mobile was over how Apple refused to support Adobe Flash. Remember hearing from people on
Another round of ammunition has been added to all Apple fan boy’s arsenals with this new security warning for flash 10.3. The vulnerability affects all desktop versions as well as
Adobe has pushed out an updated version of their Flash player for Android devices, mainly fixing bugs and patching security holes. If you have an Android phone or tablet running
It looks like NOOK Color users will soon have less of an incentive to root their devices. Come April, the NOOK is about to change in a pretty significant way.
Flash game arcade Kongregate has updated their Android app with an improved user interface as well as support for Android 3.0 Honeycomb. I must admit, playing addictive Flash games on
Adobe released a small update to Flash Player for Android. There’s nothing major in this update, as it’s most likely just to fix some bugs and improve performance.
About two weeks ago now, I upgraded my phone to the HTC Evo4G. I switched from what now feels like an ancient (and tiny) HTC Hero. And although I had Android 2.2 running on my rooted Hero, this phone feels like a completely new experience. Yes of course its way faster, and the screen is way bigger. But its more than that. I think the biggest difference is having Flash.