Android team has released a pretty comprehensive video about their design choices with Android 4.4. In it, you’ll see just what makes the UI tick, and gain a lot of insight on how the OS is put together.
Google has, slowly but surely, made strides in reinventing itself and its products, bringing it much closer to that aesthetic domain that has previously solely been Apple's purview.
LG decided to take a rather different approach to the standard smartphone design with their new G2. Heading away from the usual look everyone is familiar with and throwing the buttons all on the back. It's daring and bold, and certainly not for everyone. However, we found it quite nice in our LG G2 Review. Today the company is giving us a detailed video and look at what went into designing the phone.
Moto X, but actually changing the battery size, add a newer faster processor or more RAM and storage, or a better camera as technology improves. That's exactly what the Phonebloks smartphone wants to do. Getting it done is another task entirely. It's almost a smartphone made out of legos. Check it out below.
HTC is not making an exception with its limited edition HTC One Mini, sporting designs from renowned designer David Koma. The "HTC One Mini x David Koma" feature's the British fashion designer's artistic sensibilities and inspiration for his upcoming collection to be shown during Fashion Week.
We got a look at the Google Play web store redesign in early June via some leaked images, having heard at Google I/O that the Play Store would soon be given a major design change to make it resemble what we see on Android devices. That changed redesign has taken place and is now live on the web for everyone to check out.
other than cheap plastic in their flagship phones is one, and we've seen plenty praise HTC for their all aluminum and cutting-edge designs on the HTC One. Where does LG fit in? Read on to find out what they have planned.
Facebook has confirmed a completely redesigned mobile layout for Facebook Pages, but at first glance it looks quite a bit like Google Now - only it's on iOS.
GALAXY S 4, they might finally be changing their ways. Maybe the HTC One has them worried, but new reports are stating they'll finally be using aluminum for their upcoming Galaxy Note III.
Bloomberg reports that the company has bought the San Francisco design studio that helped to create the original Android device, the Google (HTC) G1. Mike and Maaike is a two-person industrial design team whose projects have included everything from the Microsoft Xbox 360 to wallpaper patterns, including the Blackberry-style developer device that Google created some of the pre-release versions of Android on.