Android “L” is coming later this year, and on-stage at Gogole I/O, we got a preview of what the newest version was bringing us. Though it’s far from finished, the sneak-peak is meant to give Developers an idea of what they
At Google I/O, we’ve seen a lot. There have been some amazing new features announced, even if we can’t get to them today. There’s a lot going on, so what should you look for? We’ll tell you. Continue Reading...
With Android “L” release — which still doesn’t have a name — notifications are getting a pretty neat upgrade. We’ll now get a richer experience when using our phones with what Google calls “Enhanced
We’re here at Google I/O, ready and waiting for the keynote to begin! After recently learning we’d see a new version of Android introduced today, we’re excited to see just what the new release will bring us. There are also
Samsung is introducing a new smartphone, and it a form factor that will probably be pretty familiar to Android fans. The South Korean company is making a Galaxy S5 Sport handset, which follows up on the recently released Active.
Latest in their lineup of flagship Android handsets, the LG G3 is one beast of a handset. Packing a big screen into a surprisingly small frame, there are two attractions that everyone keeps chatting about: that screen and the
You want to travel, but you don’t want to take a bunch of wall chargers and battery packs with you. do you need a battery pack, or a charger? How long will you be gone? Those questions have now become moot, as TYLT introduces
Now that the Fire Phone event is all wrapped up, what have we learned? We're getting a phone with a different look, but not a true 3D effect. Prime is involved, even moreso than the Kindle Fire tablets. If you’re looking for a
Want to buy an Amazon Fire Phone? You can! Pre-orders are up at Amazon’s website. If you though Amazon would price their phone competitively, thogh, think again. The device lists in the average smartphone range; right around
So, a 3D phone — that’s not exactly what we got from the Fire Phone, but we did get a new perspective on displays. By tilting and maneuvering the Fire Phone, we get an entirely new look, and perhaps even details we’re not