Analytics firm comScore released new data and despite Apple still leading as the top U.S. smartphone maker, Samsung continues to gain traction.
Facebook Home was announced today and will launch April 12 on the HTC First with support for other phones. Tablet support is coming “within several months”.
Sony Mobile was at Mobile World Congress 2013 in February and managed to grab a Guinness World Record while showing off its upcoming devices.
Google+ has finally enabled full-size photo uploads from desktop web browsers.
Screenshots of the user interface of Facebook Home appeared online. The launcher is expected to debut on the HTC First, previously known as the Myst, at Facebook’s Android event tomorrow.
The Google Glass Explorer Program has come to an end after thousands of winners have been chosen.
3DMark is used by millions of gamers worldwide and is now available on Android. Users will also be able to compare their benchmarking scores across multiple platforms.
AT&T hasn’t made any official announcements about the release date of the HTC One, but according to a tip, preorders for the device could start as soon as Friday, April 5.
The HTC Droid DNA disappeared from Verizon’s website a few days ago, prompting speculation about the impending arrival of the “DNA Plus”. Now the device is back online.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 has been running the outdated 2.3 Gingerbread since launch, but now it will finally receive the upgrade to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.