Hate ads? Download Brave web browser. Fast, secure, built in ad-blocking.
HTC continues to be its future on the mid-to-high tier of the smartphone market, and its latest quarter results show us that the strategy is working. The recent launch of the Desire 816 and Desire 610 show us a couple of products that, while mid-tier, are superior in quality when compared to the devices they compete with. Recently we learned that the company is adopting MediaTek processors for the future of that mid-tier offering, and it seems that future starts today.
HTC has just launched the Desire 616 in Russia and parts of Asia, and the most interesting feature this device [...]
Two of Dell's new tablets are very similar. Find out about some of the differences between the Dell Venue 8 and the Dell Venue 8 Pro.
See the evidence that's arrived in support of a new Samsung tablet multi-user update for its Galaxy Tab 3 series.
We've criticized lag and stutter in mobile software for years. But is the presence of the occasional jitter or jump really a make-it-or-break-it issue?
I need a beer, and I’m sure many of you need a drink as well. If this was five years ago, I’d be by my second pack of cigarettes, and it has to do with how furious I am right now. Let me explain why:
For starters, I wish I could express in words how long it took me to love Android. My first device was a Google Nexus One, and man, even though I started off at the right foot, it rarely ever felt that way. What a gorgeous phone and what a great experience overall, as long as I didn’t turn it on. Froyo and Gingerbread were just stale and cartoony no matter how much [...]
Watch as we take our first look at AOKP Jelly Bean running on the Google Nexus 4.
Hear about one of the latest fixes lined-up for Android, and why we think it might be in Android 4.2.2.
Discover what progress is being made towards getting Android users on the most recent versions of the operating system.
Check out the new Quick Toggles in CM10.1 Nightly and learn about how they did it.
Learn why you might not want to rely on Jelly Bean's malware scanning alone.
CyanogenMod nightly builds are now available for download and install on the Samsung-made Google Nexus 10.
If you're like me you've just received your Nexus 4, or it's in the mail to you now. After the first day has past and you want to do some fun stuff with it, how do you get started?
Watch how to set up multi-users on Android 4.2, how to switch between those users, how to delete users that you don't want anymore, and some things to keep in mind before you get too excited.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google’s exclusive offer to new Nexus customers. We then talk about certain issues many of us have detected with Android 4.2. Asus makes the news with their possible $99 Nexus variant. Microsoft is also working on a probably Surface 2 combo of tablets, and this time the design and concept changes dramatically. We end today’s show by talking about Nokia’s recent job posting and how this could mean either Nokia Maps info on Android, or Android powered Nokia smartphones.
All this and more after the [...]
Take a look at the weird glitch affecting a number of games in Android 4.2.
Nightlies are out for the LG-made Google-phone (already two, to be more specific) in case you want to give them a try.
An iPad, a Nexus 7, and a Nokia Lumia 920 go head-to-head in a battle for voice dictation supremacy. Watch the video to see who comes out on top!
Hear about the app you can use to disable some of Google's recent Android lockscreen changes.
According to reports, the Google Nexus 4 by LG does indeed have a working LTE, at least in Canada. Check out the details!
Read what Google had to say about the recently-discovered December glitch in Android 4.2.
Read about why Steve Ballmer's assessment of Android being "wild" and "uncontrolled" is a matter of perspective, and why you'll find an Android in almost 3 out of 4 pockets today.
Google Android 4.2 is missing December in the People app, meaning you can't set birthdays for contacts born in the last month of the year.
Watch how to flash Android 4.2 on your Galaxy Nexus (GSM) or Nexus 7, and see some of the new features in action.