Microsoft Office for Android (Office Mobile) is available as a free download from the Google Play Store, but the app has certain limitations for the moment.
You are likely familiar with popular names like the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One or Nexus 7 but what about the Piranha Business Tab 10.1 Zeus White!
Do you know of any strangely named Android devices?
Open Signal has just released their Android Fragmentation Visualized report, at it has some interesting statistics. The info provided by Open Signal shows eight different Android iterations in use, whereas Apple has three iOS variants.
MediaTek and Samsung are both preparing to launch their first true eight core processors, but do we really need so many cores, and will handset manufacturers leap at this new technology?
Keeping in touch with family and friends has become easier and faster — thanks to our Android smartphone. However, not all people who can contact us through our mobile phones are people that we love and cherish; some are spammers, annoying strangers, telemarketers, and other unwanted callers. You don’t need to suffer these unwanted calls. Block them! In this guide, learn how to block phone calls on your Android phone. You may also skip to our video guide below. Built-in call blocking features Most Android phones allow you to block contacts on your phone. The procedure can be unique on…
Google has been improving the Android experience for years. Recently a discussion took place that suggested that rooting Android may come to an end.
Picking the best custom Android ROM can be a tricky business, so we tear-down two of the most popular Jelly Bean ROMs to try and figure out which is the best.
The Nexus 7 (2013) was just recently announced, and one of its biggest competitors from last year is the iPad Mini. Is Apple’s 7.9-inch tablet any better than this year’s Nexus 7? Find out in our “by the numbers” comparison!
This week we got to take a break from Moto X (not really) and focus on a new DROID lineup, a new Nexus 7, and a new way to watch online video.
Though it’s nary been out a day, the famed collective behind the third-party recovery tool TWRP has already made a version compatible with Google’s latest and greatest.