Facebook have apparently been having a pretty good month if recently released numbers are accurate, but changes are still coming to Facebook Home. Today they revealed more than 1 million users downloaded Home, and those who still enjoy it use Facebook 25% more. After many complaints however changes are coming, and Facebook is giving us back our standard Android icon dock we all love, and need.
Facebook Home. Now just a month later they've confirmed the application has already reached 1 million downloads, and as a result Facebook usage for those with Home installed has increased roughly 25%. That isn't all either, they have new features coming soon too.
Amazon is getting ready to release a pair of smartphones, and even an audio-streaming device of some kind, new tips suggests, and one of those smartphones will even feature 3D. It's time to fire up those Kindle smartphone rumors again guys. Apparently the high-end Amazon smartphone will use eye-tracking and glasses-free 3D, among other things, for hands-free usage and much more.
Huawei has just announced and begun sending out media invites for an upcoming beauty event taking place in London, where we expect them to showcase their latest and greatest smartphone for 2013. Stating that they'll be celebrating beauty, glamour and inspiration on June 18th in the city that embodies them all - London. So what will we see? Read on to find out.
GALAXY S 4 smartphone, and as a result we've been getting a slew of quick bug fixing updates. Yesterday both T-Mobile and AT&T announced the GALAXY S 4 was getting an update soon, and today US Cellular confirmed the same will happen for theirs on May 10th. Below you'll find the changelog and details.
Netflix, they've just updated the app with improved features and a few bug fixes. Read on to see what's new in the latest Netflix for Android.
LG Optimus G Pro is readily available in the US from AT&T, we decided to pair it up against the competition. With the Galaxy Note II already being available for some time, can the late-to-the-game Optimus G Pro compete? Both feature stunning 5.5-inch displays and more so lets take a quick look below and let you decide.
HTC First launched with AT&T back on April 12 and while the handset hasn't even been available for a full month, it has already been given a price cut. Or maybe a bit more accurate here, a price slashing. The handset had been selling for $99 on a two-year agreement and as of today, those interested can pick it up for under a buck.