Despite seeing record breaking numbers the Ubuntu Edge crowdfunding campaign didn't end up being successfully funded. But while we may not be seeing Canonical release the Edge smartphone, we are seeing the release of Ubuntu for
If you’re the type who enjoys a good mystery novel -- and happens to be an Android fan -- October must be like heaven for you. All the twists, turns, and innuendo floating around could make for a really good, trashy novella.
Remember that workaround that gave Nexus 4 users LTE capabilities on their device? It left many wondering why Google didn’t simply enable it for everyone. The Snapdragon chipset had LTE included, which lends itself to a new
If the Moto X “Ok, Google Now” functionality has you wishing your device had it, you may be in luck. While the uber-cool Moto X is one of the best Android phones available, customization is still limited to AT&T, and
Another Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 Kit Kat leak has surfaced this morning. This latest is coming from the folks at TuttoAndroid who are sharing details on both the phone and some specifics that look to be features of Kit Kat.
Like contextual awareness in devices, wireless charging is fast becoming standard on many devices. The Nexus 4 had the functionality, as well as some Nokia Lumia devices. The Nexus 5 is rumored to have wireless charging as well,
Adapting to the growing number of mobile devices that have different charging techniques, Mugen Power Batteries announced a new portable battery that tries to cater to all of them. The new Mugenizer N11 has support not only for
The inevitable has happened and now even the 16GB model of the Nexus 4 has gone out of stock and Google is said to have no plans to resupply. This marks the end of Google's current reference Android smartphone and perhaps the
The Google Play edition HTC One began receiving the JWR66Y security update earlier in the week. As of today that same JWR66Y security update has begun rolling out for the other Google Play edition handset -- the Galaxy S 4. While