There was a deluge of Apple-related news this week, but that doesn’t mean news has been boring on the Android front! Samsung had a few choice words to say about the larger iPhones, the first Android apps arrived on Chrome OS devices, we heard several interesting rumors about HTC’s upcoming devices, the integration of Hangouts and Google Voice finally began, Nvidia confirmed the Nexus 9, we learned more details about Samsung’s upcoming full-metal phone, and Dell surprised us with a very exciting tablet.
After being mocked and maligned as a copycat for years, Samsung is finally able to boast about a trend it started, and Apple has followed.
A commit to the CM open source project suggests that support for the CDMA version of the Galaxy Nexus is going to be dropped.
The Sony Xperia Z3 Compact is up for pre-order at several UK retailers that ship internationally, and the price is surprisingly good.
HTC’s mystery device sounds like a cross between Sony’s QX series of detachable lenses and the popular rugged GoPro action video camera.
Samsung just can’t help itself. Yesterday, the company reminded the world about Steve Jobs’ opinion on big phones (“nobody will buy that”).
But that was just an appetizer. This is the main course. And if you’re a Samsung fan, it’s delicious.
These Xperia Z3 wallpapers aren’t Quad HD, but then again, there’s a very good chance you don’t need that high resolution anyway.
Intel and Dell announced the Venue 8 7000, an intriguing new tablet that combines a super slim design, powerful specs, and a 3D camera capable of some cool tricks.
Apple’s past disdain for larger phones has come back to haunt it. Naturally, it was Samsung who couldn’t resist the temptation to rub it in its rival’s face.
Qualcomm introduced the new Snapdragon 210 chip, which brings LTE-Advanced capabilities to a market where 3G has been the norm until now.