HTC One ME Announced
Jun04

HTC One ME Announced

HTC's comeback started with only one device the HTC One M7 and while they where trying to keep afloat that's was pretty much all they had to offer.  However now that they are solidly making a profit and not going anywhere choices abound.  The latest offering is the HTC One ME...how is it different then the other One devices?  Lets find out. Spec wise you are looking at: 64-bit 2.2 GHz octa-core chip fingerprint sensor (on the front)...

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T-Mobile Updating Xperia Z3 to Android 5.0 Lollipop
Jun03

T-Mobile Updating Xperia Z3 to Android 5.0 Lollipop

T-Mobile has confirmed that it is updating its Sony Xperia Z3 to Android 5.0 Lollipop, starting tomorrow (midnight). It is good news for Xperia Z3 users in the United States as T-Mobile is the only carrier to offer Sony’s former flagship (recently replaced by the Xperia Z4 and Z3+). At under one year old, the Xperia Z3 was always going to get Android 5.0 Lollipop eventually with T-Mobile, but the fourth largest carrier in the United...

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Huawei Launched P8 Lite for U.S. Market
Jun03

Huawei Launched P8 Lite for U.S. Market

Huawei has raised the curtain a smartphone that will be launched in the United States, something the company has rarely done in the past. The device was announced at an event in the U.S. today and is the Huawei P8 Lite, a handset that has already been released in Asian markets, although there is one minor difference between that and the U.S. model. At the start of this year, the Chinese giant announced that it would be launching...

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Nintendo Will Not Include Android on New Console
Jun03

Nintendo Will Not Include Android on New Console

Earlier in the week there were reports that Nintendo is working on a new games console that will run Google’s Android platform. It all seemed a bit too convenient for us, especially as Nintendo is a company known for working alone. And so it proved as the company (through a spokesperson) told the Wall Street Journal that “there is no truth to those reports”. Sure, a tech company saying one thing and doing the exact opposite is not...

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Rogers Upgrading Moto G LTE to Android 5.1 in June
Jun01

Rogers Upgrading Moto G LTE to Android 5.1 in June

Canada based network Rogers will be updating the first gen Moto G LTE directly to Android 5.1 sometime during June. The information was leaked on a company list showing that the LG G3 and the original Moto X will be getting Android 5.0.2 Lollipop during the coming month too. As for the Moto G LTE, it is currently still back on Android 4.4.4 KitKat (which actually feels very old post Android M announcement), but the device will miss...

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HTC One M9 and One M9+ Getting Android M
May29

HTC One M9 and One M9+ Getting Android M

A year ago, Google raised the curtain on Android L (Lollipop) during its I/O developer conference and shortly after HTC said its high end smartphones would be getting the software when it launched (six months later). A similar story played out this year because minutes after Google announced Android M at I/O 2015, HTC was back to say that two of its flagships will be getting the update when it lands (third quarter of this year). Jeff...

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