An image found of Pebble’s website may give us the first glimpse at the company’s new smartwatch.
Developer C3C076 announced on XDA that the alpha version of GravityBox v5.0.0 is currently available and should be compatible with all devices running stock Lollipop.
According to a Korean report, carriers’ officials were smitten by the new Galaxy S6, and especially the Galaxy S6 Edge, which they said was “better than Apple’s iPhone 6 in terms of design.”
Amazon is discounting a few models of in-ear and over-ear JLab earphones by up to 80 percent today.
Hello fans, here are the biggest news in the world of Android this week. In typical Samsung fashion, we’ve been treated with a slew of mouthwatering teasers for the upcoming Galaxy S6 – Samsung is strongly hinting to a metal and glass design, and the company also alluded to built-in wireless charging. HTC went easier on the teasers, but the surprise may be spoiled anyway by a listing of the M9 on a German’s retailer website. In non-flagship news, the Pebble team announced a major update, new chips were unveiled by Samsung and Qualcomm, and LG introduced the elegant Watch Urbane.
If you really want to use your Android Wear smartwatch with an iOS device, an unofficial solution may be coming.
Google Now is getting smarter all the time. The latest addition to the personal assistant service is a card that shows gas stations found on and nearby your current route.
German retailer Cyberport put up product pages showing what appear to be press shots and complete specifications of the HTC One M9.
Users running the latest version of Android can now change simple settings with simple voice commands, hands-free.
Following the video teaser from yesterday, a longer clip that Samsung just published today shows us the first brief glimpses at the long anticipated devices.