CEO Pete Lau told Chinese media that OnePlus has established its own ROM development team, and that one version of the OnePlus Two will ship with an Android implementation that is developed in-house.
With Microsoft’s new Office 365 APIs, Android developers will be able to access and work with mail, calendars, contacts, and documents across Office 365 cloud services summing over 400 petabytes of data.
The Chromecast has a new and formidable competitor in the Amazon Fire TV Stick, shipping from November for $39.
As dust began to settle around the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Lollipop, this week allowed us to step back and take everything in. We didn’t get any major hardware news, but Google made it up on the software side!
Samsung sold 4.5 million units of the Galaxy Note 4 since the device went on sale on September 26, according to a Korean language report citing industry sources.
LG announced today the release of the G3 Screen, a 5.9-inch variant of the G3 powered by a Nuclun processor, designed by LG in-house and built by chip foundry TSMC.
SwiftKey devotees with a taste for Googley designs will be happy to hear that there are two Material themes now available in the SwiftKey Store.
Good news for clients of America’s largest carrier. Two hot new Android smartphones are coming to Verizon – Xperia Z3v and Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition.
Project Ara, Google’s futuristic modular smartphone, is edging towards its pilot release, sometime in 2015. Talking at a Purdue University event, the head of the project explained how Google plans to sell the modules making up Ara phones.
Huawei announced on Twitter that the Mate 7 hit an early milestone, roughly a month after it went on sale in China and other East Asian markets: