Hello Android fans, here’s what went down in the world of Android this week: Facebook launched its Lite app for entry-level Android devices, we’ve heard some troubling news about Sony, Qualcomm confirmed its overheating problems, ZTE and Meizu introduced new devices, alleged renders of the Galaxy S6 and One (M9) surfaced, we discussed Cyanogen’s plans to take Android from Google, and Microsoft launched its Outlook and Office apps for Android.
Pandora Radio, one of the most popular music streaming services in North America, pushed out a big update to its Android app, bringing lots of visual improvements.
The excellent Omaker Brilliant 10,000-mAh power bank is currently available for $16.99 with a coupon code applied.
Images showing up on Amazon may hold clues about the appearance of the Galaxy S6, but they are likely not accurate. Here’s why.
A new report from SamMobile gives us hope that Samsung is finally going to do something about the bloatware on its devices.
Samsung announced its earnings for Q4 2014, and it’s a mixed bag: while the IT & mobile unit tumbled compared to a year before, the solid component business helped Samsung increase its overall profit compared to the previous quarter.
Amazon’s latest Gold Box deal brings Sony memory cards and USB drives with discounts of up to 85%.
The deal includes a selection of microSD cards, SD cards, and memory sticks with average reviews of 4.3 stars or more.
It looks that HTC will hold its promise to roll out Lollipop to the One M8 with 90 days, at least for users of One (M8) in Europe.
The ZTE Blade S6 brings together solid mid-range specifications, with Android 5.0 Lollipop, and a few unique features, in one package going for $250.
At an event in New Delhi today, head of international expansion Hugo Barra announced that Xiaomi is bringing the popular 5-inch Mi 4 to the massive Indian market.