Facebook has announced that they will be updating the current notification tab for their mobile app. On top of your normal notifications, you will now see a more useful, personalized
As the newest version of Android rolls out to Nexus devices, those of us who are using other flagships are left wondering when it will be our turn. For users
There are various apps out there to help you keep up with your favorite sport team, and today we’ll be looking at one app in particular, namely SportScore. Although the
Android One users will be able to join in on the Lollipop party in January 2015.We have more details about when it will be available for Android One devices
Google Search, Google Play Music and YouTube all got updated by Google. Versions 3.6, 5.6 and 5.9 respectively. If you’re not willing to wait for updates to show up in
If you are one of the many Nexus 5 owners and even some Nexus 4 owners who have the Android L developer preview on your phone as a daily driver,
Great news for all of the original One users, as the Sprint and Verizon editions will be getting the “Sixth Sense” update sometime this week, which is the same software
A few days ago, HTC held an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit, possibly gearing people up for the launch of a new product. During the session, they spilled the
Samsung Galaxy S III owners on AT&T and Sprint had a few small updates that disabled the device’s ability to use the Google search bar to look for items on the
As soon as Ice Cream Sandwich was announced, people wanted to know whether or not their devices would be getting it. Manufacturers do their best to let us know which
Opera Mini and Opera Mobile have been updated, with new features that try to help users prevent going over their data limits.
We will be live blogging the day two Keynote from Google I/O, taking place in just 90 minutes! If you are at work or at a place where you cannot watch or listen, keep this article up and it will keep you up to date of all the latest announcements from our favorite search giant!
Google and the OHA Are Working to Extend Device Life and Speed the Update Process…Fragmentation Gone?
Here is something worth getting excited about! Google announced at I/0 today that they are formulating new guidelines for industry leaders, including members of the Open Handset Alliance, that will help regulate timeframes for devices getting OS updates.
Of course the past won’t tell us the future, but it will give us expectations. Some manufacturers showed that they failed at upgrading their phones to a newer platform version. This article shows how much.
2010 was definately the year of significant UI changes for Android. Dragging an arrow up to see your apps may seem fancy at the first glance, but after a year or so, you’ll probably want some more eye-candy, and so did Google.