Google quietly released some new Google Play edition devices last week. These included the first GPe tablet, the LG G Pad 8.3 and the Sony Z Ultra, which is a phablet with a 6.4-inch display. While the Sony Z Ultra was available
Google quietly added a few new devices to the Play Store lineup yesterday. We saw the Nexus 7 arrive in white as well as the addition of two new Google Play edition (GPe) devices. These two included a tablet and phablet —
HTC and Samsung have just uploaded their versions of the Android 4.4 source code for the Google Play Editions (GPE) of their respective flagships. While the source code for Android 4.4 has been freely available for a while now,
Android 4.4 Kit Kat has begun arriving for the Google Play edition HTC One. The update is on the larger side, measuring in at a bit more than 300MB in size and is bringing Kit Kat along with a handful of specific features that
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.
The MoDaCo.SWITCH ROM for the HTC One has been progressing through the beta phase for a little while now. And as we had seen in the past, a separate version was in the works for the Samsung Galaxy S 4. This ROM had launched as an
MoDaCo.SWITCH has been going through the beta phase since it was originally introduced. At this time the most current that is available over-the-air is beta 8, however beta 9 has landed and is now available as a manual download.
This afternoon in New York City the folks from LG finally announced and revealed their all-new and impressive looking flagship smartphone to take on the Moto X, Galaxy S4, and more. That being the new 5.2-inch LG G2. It’s
HTC has released the Android 4.3 kernel source code and other goodies for the Google Play edition of the One. The files, of which there are two have recently appeared on the HTCdev website. Those files include the Framework
MoDaCo.SWITCH went from an announcement, to private beta and has just been released as a public beta. As we have been watching, this release was for the HTC One and it means users will be able to switch back and forth between the