OnePlus One delayed again due to CyanogenMod issues
Jun11

OnePlus One delayed again due to CyanogenMod issues

The OnePlus One is arguably the ultimate smartphone package. Cool, smart, packed with top specs, and wildly affordable, its very existence has made the mobile world sit up and take notice. However, you know that saying about things being too good to be true? The One is slowly becoming something like that as the device has been delayed once again. The Oppo-connected startup OnePlus now has all eyes on it and at the moment it is...

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Nokia Lumia 920 the Overlooked Budget Device?

It seems in the wireless industry today there is a new push toward "budget devices" from the Moto G, to the Lumia 520 low end is the new black.  However more often then not the best deal for your money is an older flagship that still has power to do what you want with a modern hardware features.  The device that fits that bill? The Nokia Lumia 920. The while the Lumia 920 is an aging device with only a dual core processor the...

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Android 4.4 KitKat enjoys huge rise in Android market share
Jun05

Android 4.4 KitKat enjoys huge rise in Android market share

When Google launched Android 4.4 KitKat back last year, the company was very specific about its goals for the newest iteration of its mobile platform. KitKat was created to bring more unity to the Android ecosystem, offering a less strenuous system to build for and with the ability to find its way to older legacy devices. June's Android traffic figures show that KitKat is continuing its steady progress and proving its worth as the...

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Touch Office to land on Android before Windows

Microsoft's stance on Office for mobile devices has contrasted over the years. The software giant turned product manufacturer was once fairly adamant that its core productivity suite would remain behind closed doors and would only be available on devices running some version of the Windows Phone platform. However, with the huge gains Apple (iOS) and Google (Android) made in the smartphone world, Microsoft was forced to cool its...

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Motorola updates handsets to Android 4.4.3
Jun04

Motorola updates handsets to Android 4.4.3

Motorola may be on the verge of being sold to Chinese brand Lenovo, but the company is still enjoying a close relationship with Google. The internet giant bought Motorola two years ago and helped to usher in a new era of hope for the ailing brand, but earlier this year Google decided to sell. The deal with Lenovo is waiting for the politics to clear before going through, but Motorola's still taking advantage of its close ties to...

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Chromecast Just Got Sporty! ESPN Added and More Channels Coming Soon!

While Google's Chromecast is a pretty great idea, its lack of openness to all things streaming was/is really holding it back. At launch this device only worked with YouTube, Netflix, Google Play Music, and Google Play. Fortunately (for the consumer and Google) this list has expanded greatly since then and it was just announced that Chromecast will get even more services. If you have the WatchESPN app and the correct cable or satellite...

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