As expected, Three UK launches Jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy S2 just weeks after it began going live throughout the rest of the UK.
YouTube’s co-founder Chad Hurley is releasing a new video service that will be based on user collaboration instead of individuals viewing and uploading content.
A white Nexus 4 bumper has been spotted in a Videotron store in Canada. This bumper has not been officially confirmed by Google.
XBMC developer Nathan Betzen uploaded a video of XBMC shown running on Ouya. What’s surprising (or not) is that the application actually runs very smoothly.
Since the HTC One was launched last month, there has been quite a bit of excitement surrounding the extra software that it brought. One piece of software in particular is HTC Sense TV.
One aspect that we as consumers constantly overlook is how hard the developers of our favorite applications work to keep us happy. Generally speaking, the primary reason people are drawn to Android in the first place is because of the wide selection.
China claims Google has too much control over smartphones and is servery crippling the competing Chinese operating systems, with Android reaching a 90 percent market share in the region.
Google is reportedly fitting Google Glasses with bone conduction technology in order to avoid having a separate ear piece. Bone conduction is essentially making the glasses vibrate, transferring the sound to your bones and ultimately, your inner ear.
Facebook has really been stepping up its mobile game lately by adding more and more features geared specifically to mobile users. This is undoubtedly in response to the pressure from Wall Street after going public last year.
It’s naturally assumed that most of the big device announcements as of late will take place at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month. However, unknown sources are stating that the HTC M7 may in fact be announced sooner.