UPDATE: XDA has taken down the article that this was sourced from, saying that in fact OnePlus HAS NOT put OxygenOS out as open source. Author Aamir Siddiqui has published an apology that says he admittedly jumped on the
When Samsung started releasing Edge devices last year, people were pretty excited as to what the dual curved displays can add to the user experience, However, some were pretty disappointed as you couldn’t do that much with them
After being rocked by that Alphabet news recently – which means Google is now a subsidiary of Alphabet (who woulda thunk it?) – the mothership seems to be taking time to focus on its core products, which includes Android,
The Ultimate Browser Project has just been updated to v1.4.3. If you haven’t tried this open source browser yet, feel free to download the app that supports a number of special functions not offered by other browsers.
Last week, Google introduced the new Literata typeface for Play Books. Companies like Google make sure that even the fonts used in their products and services are consistent as part of branding and marketing. The tech giant has
3D Robotics is one of – if not the – largest drone manufacturers in the US, and it has made a move today that will possibly improve its already awesome Tower flight control app – that is, make it open source. There are
Another productivity suite comes to Android, this time with a more open source bent and with a distinctive legacy. The open source LibreOffice suite is finally on our favorite mobile platform, but it has two important caveats.
While Sony might arguably be not the top Android seller in the world, the OEM is popular for trying to do right by its users, especially when it comes to the Android community, especially modders and custom ROM makers. Aside from
Last month, Google released its fancy new I/O 2014 app in preparation for its annual conference. Now it’s announcing that the source code for the app is now available from Google‘s GitHub repository. While end-users