When Finnish company Jolla tried to fulfill its promise of bringing forth a smartphone unlike any other, it didn't exactly make a big splash. Nonetheless, it is still continuing to send ripples that are now reaching Android
Jolla has just brought some good news to brave testers of its Sailfish mobile operating system. Starting today, those who have access to a Nexus 4 smartphone can install an alpha-quality preview of Sailfish OS for Android.
Benchmark geeks, don’t wait for the HTC One (M8) to launch officially before you get your fill. The new flagship for HTC has already been tested, and finds itself atop the heap in one important category. When it comes to
Want that Nexus 5 feel on your Android device? The Google Now launcher is now available in the Play Store. The launcher, which brings up Google Now with a quick swipe to the left from the home screen, was one of the selling
Ubuntu Touch arrived back in October. The catch though, for now Ubuntu Touch is simply an operating system looking for a phone. Canonical had things set so users could load the OS on a Nexus 4 or Galaxy Nexus smartphone, but a
In the midst of Android 4.4 being updated to 4.4.1, some users are reporting another update on top of that one. This one brings the Nexus 5 to Android 4.4.2, and it’s all about the camera. Google is hoping to make the camera
The Moto G source codes have been released, letting you hack into Moto G’s Zion mainframe and end the rebellion. If you’re into development of custom kernels or other fun stuff for Motorola’s new mid-range monster, you are
Changing the rules a bit, the CyanogenMod team has just announced the release of the first M snapshot of CyanogenMod 11, which is based on Android 4.4 KitKat. While the images are limited to recent Nexus devices, the announcement
Google is getting ready for an update to Android 4.4, according to reports. While this isn’t news to us, as we’ve seen KitKat’s newest version before, we’re now seeing the newest version of Android on a few more devices.
A vulnerability has been discovered in Nexus phones, which could render them useless. By sending a particular type of SMS message, the phone is forced to reboot and, in some instances, reconnect to the mobile data service. With