Why pay when you don’t have to? We take a look at five things you should never pay for on the Android platform and discuss the free services, features, and apps that deliver.
OnePlus has shaken the industry with amazing accomplishments, but today they are impressing us with what could be the worst packaging job we have ever seen.
Motorola is very confident about the Moto 360 and believes all other smartwatches are “crappy”. Would you agree with them?
Sony’s flagship Xperia Z smartphone line marries cutting edge hardware with premium style, but if you’re shopping for Sony in the US your options are horribly limited. What’s going on? Why can’t Americans buy the latest Sony smartphones?
There are several different models you can follow to monetize your Android app. Here is a look at how you can get some money back on your investment.
In this week’s Friday Debate we discuss the spec wars. Do we really need QHD displays and other high-end specs, or are phones already more than good enough? Be sure to vote in our poll!
With the mobile design team head leaving the company this week, we decided it would be a good time to take a look at some of Samsung’s smartphone designs over the years.
How do Android Wear and the new Silver program fit into Samsung’s grand plan for world domination of the consumer electronics market? It looked like a Google vs Samsung battle had been averted a while back, but there could be more trouble on the horizon.
A set of new surveys both seem to reach a similar conclusion about Android: it’s for those that can’t afford Apple. Of course, we all know this is a bunch of BS.
Using the logo of the FBI and President Barack Obama, Android-Trojan.Koler.A uses a location function to tailor the warnings to whatever country that you reside in. The malware prevents users from accessing the home screen of their phones, making it impossible to use most other apps installed on the phone.
In some cases, a phone can be restored only when you pay a so-called “fine” of about $300, using payment services such as Paysafecard or uKash that are incredibly difficult to trace. Thankfully, there is no evidence that the malware encrypts any files on a phone’s storage.