It's been a while since we've seen an Android-powered camera and now Nikon comes along to make sure we remember that such a device exists. Harnessing the power of Android 4.2.2, the Nikon COOLPIX S810c takes pictures, posts
Earlier in the week HTC let it be known that AT&T One X+ users would have an update beginning soon. At the time they said the update would be arriving later in the week. And while we have yet to see a formal announcement from
HTC recently cleared things up in terms of future updates for the One X+ smartphone. Basically, the handset is never going see Android 4.3 or 4.4. But on the flip side, that doesn't mean the handset will never get another update.
We have seen a handful of dates in regards to the HTC DROID DNA update. Not to mention, some reports stating Android 4.3, and some stating Android 4.2.2. Both however, came with mention of Sense 5. Well, it looks like we have
We’re not sure tablets need to get much bigger, but Acer may be pushing the envelope. While they’re calling their new 27-inch behemoth a “monitor”, it has Android 4.2.2 — and a Tegra 4 processor. It also has 2GB RAM,
Better late than never, as they say. LG's promised update to a number of its Google TV units is now rolling out to owners of GA6400 series, and probably G3 series soon as well, bumping the Android version on those devices to
Archos has announced their new lineup of devices for the European market today, with four new Platinum phones. The lineup features HSPA+ and dual SIM support across the lineup, as well as a MT 6752 1.3GHZ dual-core processor.
Having already said their Google TV would get an update in the third quarter of this year, LG is apparently ready to make good on that promise. Via a tipster, we learn that LG customer service is telling users they’ll see an
Following some earlier rumors, Dell has re-entered the Android world this morning. Specifically, to the Android tablet market with the introduction of the Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets. As the numbers in the name imply, these are
Samsung and Qualcomm each unveiled a smartwatch last week. Samsung had the Galaxy Gear and Qualcomm had the Toq and while each had some good points and bad points, we cannot help but keep looking back towards a recently launched