Google officially announced the new Nexus 7 today. It has amazing specs, but we wanted to know how it did against the current competition.
The anticipation is over, the Chromecasts are ordered, and the original Nexus 7 is retired. We knew much of what we’d see this morning, but there were still a few surprises. Things like textbooks via the Play Store could be important, and Netflix is getting cozy with Google.
Want to compare the new Nexus 7 (2013) with the old Nexus 7 (2012)? Here’s what’s new!
An HTC One is a significant purchase, and as you customize it, it should be an extension of yourself, right down to the color. To help you make that decision, we’ve put together an HTC One color comparison. What’s your favorite color out of the two currently available options? Read on to find out.
This week we answer questions regarding battery life, the Moto X, the LG G2, the Sony Honami, and more!
During the Verizon media event in which the new Droid models were introduced, Motorola officials mentioned for the first time ever the company’s own system-on-chip architecture, the eight-core X8 Mobile Computing System that will be found inside all the new Droids.
The Motorola Droid Ultra has been officially announced during Verizon’s July 23 media event. The phone is available for pre-order starting today, and will ship on August 20. Read on for more details!
Samsung announced the Exynos 5420, a refresh of the Exynos 5 Octa chip that powers some models of the Galaxy S4. The new, faster chip might be free of the bug that crippled the first Exynos 5 Octa.
An Android 4.3 Jelly Bean build for the Nexus 4 leaked, and we’ve compiled a list of all of the new additions and changes in the latest version of Android. Read on for all the details.
Ting has released a new post paid plan where people only pay for what they use. Is it the best idea ever or a flop? We take a closer look in this comparison