Can Motorola Mobility become a major player in mobile once more? Join us as we explore Motorola’s proud history, examine its struggles, and discuss the potential of the Moto X and G under Google’s guidance.
According to a new Consumer Reports survey, Sprint now ranks the lowest in overall customer satisfaction when compared to any U.S. carrier. Meanwhile, prepaid services continue to score better results than the big four U.S. providers.
This week Google has announced that it is extending this new Patch Reward Program to cover other open source projects including Android! Patches need to be submitted directly to the AOSP and if Google reckons the patch has a positive impact on security then the developer will get a reward ranging from $500 to $3,133.7.
You’ll find all kinds of half-truths and flat-out lies being circulated online about the world of tech and beyond, but these are our top five Android myths.
At the heart of every smartphone there is a baseband processor which contains a general purpose ARM processor and runs its own operating system. These operating systems are closed source and vulnerable to hackers.
Can Google really drive smartphone prices down? The Moto G and the Nexus 5 are great devices for the money, but how long can Google keep selling at cost? Will the Moto G change anything in the mid-range market? Will Samsung even feel the pinch?
We guide you through using the ADB sideload method, in order to manually download and install the Android 4.4 KitKat update for your Nexus tablet (WiFi only models!). Read on!
After spending one month with the Galaxy Note 3, I wanted to give my impressions of the device from the perspective of someone who uses the phone everyday. Read on for more!
Today Motorola took the wraps off the Moto G, a $179 budget handset with mid-range specs. So how good of a deal is the Moto G really? Let’s take a look at just a few similarly priced devices to get a better idea.
This week in your world of Android: Android 4.4 hit (unofficially) a bunch of devices, we learned more about the Google Experience Launcher and the new ART compiler, Samsung teased its future tech, a bunch of core Google apps received updates, and we got a peek at HTC’s future flagship phone.