YouTube app recently arrived in the Play Store. This update was on the smaller side and included a few improvements as well as some bug fixes. But along with the details of what has been added and/or improved this time around, it looks like the APK file for the app is holding some secrets in terms of what may be coming with future updates.
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Nexus 5 has been the center of attention lately. Thankfully, we are on the side of official chatter as opposed to the rumors and as such, the folks at iFixit have recently shared their Nexus 5 teardown. This time around we are seeing a 15-step process that ultimately resulted in a repairability score of 8 out of 10. Perhaps more important, this teardown also confirmed some earlier rumors.
October 31 has arrived and while we have yet to hear anything from Google on the Nexus 5, that doesn't mean the leaks will be quieting down any. In fact, some new images have recently surfaced. And nicely, this time around we are getting some crisp, clear high-resolution shots to gawk at. These pics are of the internals and have been shared by the folks at FanaticFone.
iFixit fashion we have another Android device tear down. This time around the Motorola DROID 4 gets cracked open, and tore down to reveal everything under the hood of Motorola's fourth DROID slider. From the CPU to the 4G LTE chip and more we can see everything and how it works from the images and details provided.
PlayStation Phone is real, so we're guessing the handset that has just been torn down in China is a mirage. TGBus didn't stop at snapping the XPERIA Play with some of its predecessors; they also whipped out the screwdrivers and opened the handset up. No great surprises inside, with a Qualcomm MSM7x30 chipset and Broadcom wireless. We're expecting Sony Ericsson to (sheepishly) make this gaming smartphone official at MWC 2011 next month. [via Engadget]
hands on the phone and it has proven to be a great upgrade from many devices hardware wise, and software wise you can't beat Gingerbread. If you are the curious type and want to see what the internal of the Samsung Nexus S are like, iFixit has you covered with a full tear down.