AT&T has already rolled out the awaited KitKat upgrade to the LG G2, but T-Mobile customers are still left waiting. In the meantime, those who can't wait much longer can try their luck with this leaked factory image for the
Owners of Samsung's nominal flagship itching to get a taste of some KitKat sweetness might want to dive into this one, at least if they can stomach it. A test firmware bearing Android 4.4.2 for the Galaxy S 4 has just been leaked
Sony is announcing a new firmware upgrade for its unique QX lens-style cameras, the QX100 and QX10. Introduced in September last year, these lenses that can both be used by themselves or as smartphone accessories will now offer
Now that CES 2014 and the promise of new gadgets is over, we turn our attention back to the devices that we do have now. Thanks to some insistent folks over at SamMobile, users of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 can enjoy an Android 4.4
Pebble has just announced the availability of the latest version of its PebbleOS firmware for the popular smartwatch. It's the usual round of fixes, features and improvements, so let's dive in to see what has really changed.
Last week we mentioned that the long-awaited Android 4.3 update to last year's Samsung Galaxy Note II has been spotted in Samsung service centers in India. Now it seems that a version of that firmware has been leaked out and is
Pebble released the updated SDK not all that long ago and since then we have seen a few goodies. That updated SDK brought the functionality necessary to create apps such as the Pebble Ringer, which we took a look at yesterday.
With the GALAXY S 4 release sitting rather close, the official firmware leaks seem to have begun. The first of these leaks includes the firmware for the GT-I9500. This particular leak is for version I9500ZCUAMDG and it includes
Some Pebble smartwatch users had recently been complaining about an issue that caused the watch to go dead after a shutdown. The folks at Pebble note that this issue was affecting some users with firmware 1.8.x and 1.9 and it was
The Nexus 4 factory images have returned to being available from Google. If you remember back, these files were taken down without warning back in mid-December. Not only did Google remove this file without explanation, the return