Google is making a lot of money from its bread and butter business, showing ads against search results. Now the tech giant is bringing ads for apps to the Play Store.
Samsung did a slightly better job keeping the Galaxy S6 under wraps, but just like HTC, the Korean giant is now seeing its surprise ruined by revealing last-minute leaks.
The new Watch Urbane LTE runs LG’s “all new Wearable Platform” OS instead of Android Wear, and offers voice calling, thanks to the integration of LTE.
Here’s a product video that will walk you through the core features of the LG G Flex 2.
The blogosphere is ablaze with leaked images and product videos that allegedly show the HTC One M9, due March 1. Now a comment from HTC’s global head of communications suggests we are yet to see the real good stuff.
Here’s what you can expect from MWC 2015, in terms of new devices, potential announcements, and coverage from Android Authority.
We were already positively hyped about the Watch Urbane, but now LG is giving us a better look at the device in this one minute promo video.
Just officially announced: YouTube Kids features a simple, kid-friendly interface, stripped of non-essentials like comments.
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.