One of the advantages of a Nexus device, aside from being free of carrier and manufacturer bloatware, is faster and more frequent updates. That benefit has trickled down to “Google Play editions” of smartphones, as we
Nexus 7 users had been complaining about issues dealing with multitouch. The issues were believed to have been caused by a software update, however in a bit of good news — another update has come available for the tablet.
Even as Android 4.3 Jelly Bean starts to make its way into Nexus devices and the latest smartphone models, some slightly older phones are still being updated to Android 4.2. The latest to join these is Samsung’s Galaxy
It seems that Google has started pushing out the next major version of its Play Store app. Although there doesn’t seem to be any major overhaul, Play Store 4.3.10 introduces some changes that will give users a smoother and
AT&T launched the Pantech Discover back in January. The handset dropped as a budget-friendly device and while the specs were more than acceptable for the $50 purchase price, there was the bit about Ice Cream Sandwich that was
The new Nexus 7 is the hot tablet in the Android world right now and while there are some decent improvements in terms of the specs, that doesn’t mean your older model Nexus 7 will instantly turn into trash. Then again,
The new Nexus 7 ended up arriving for sale a bit earlier than was originally planned. As those first user reports have been coming in we have been seeing details about a few software updates. These updates will leave your Nexus 7
A software update has begun rolling out for the T-Mobile branded HTC One this morning. The update has only a few items listed under the improvements category however this looks like one that all users will want to grab as soon as
The HTC One S is still a relatively new handset. Well, new in the respect that those who picked one up with T-Mobile are likely still tied to their original two-year agreement. The carrier had released the handset in April 2012.
AT&T has announced a bit of good news for those who happen to be using a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet — Jelly Bean has arrived. Specifically, AT&T has announced the Android 4.1 update is available and those with