The Nexus 7 (2013) has finally been announced, and it’ll be in consumers’ hands in just a few short days. Just how well does it stack up against last year’s version, though? Find out in our by the numbers comparison!
Motorola and Verizon have announced the newest Droid family. Wondering how they stack up against the competition? Check here and we’ll tell you.
A new report from South Korea lists several Galaxy Note 3 specs, including a 5.7-inch display, Snapdragon 800 CPU, 3GB of RAM and Android 4.3.
The new Nexus 7 has raised the bar for high-resolution tablet displays, but we’re left a little perplexed by Samsung’s lack of high-resolution tablets. Read on for more!
Chromecast is cheap, simple and sold out nearly everywhere. The fact that it’s so hard to get only adds fuel to the HDMI media streaming device’s hype. We’ve already stated that Chromecast has the potential to disrupt the way that we watch TV. Let’s take a look at some of the technology behind Chromecast and how Chromecast compatible apps and casting web pages work.
If we take a closer look at the similarities and differences between the two, it’s clear that Chromecast doesn’t yet accomplish what Google TV is capable of. That being said, the fact is that neither is doing what we want of them right now.
The Nexus 7 and Android 4.3 announcements contain plenty of tweaks, but one entirely new feature from Fraunhofer, the creators of the MP3, is set to vastly improve the listening experience on our handheld devices.
Android 4.3 has brought a few new features to the operating system, but the new restricted profiles feature is sure to have caught the eye of parents who want more control over their child’s app usage.
Samsung announced it has started mass-producing 3GB RAM for mobile devices, with the first handsets to use it set to launch in the second half of the year. Read on for more details.
Today Google announced Chromecast, an HDMI streaming media player for your TV. We saw this device pass through the FCC a while back, but had no idea at the time the potential of this 2 inch HDMI dongle. For just $35, you can turn your living room into an Internet media consumption powerhouse.