If Apple wants the continued support of carriers, they’ll probably have to soften their stance in regard to the iPhone. It’s the only device Apple requires support with, and the growing Android ecosystem is a large enough hurdle without having carrier roadblocks in addition.
A recent article at Cult of Android suggested that all of the problems OEMs are having could be solved by using stock Android. We respectfully disagree.
Every so often a device comes along that changes the course that its respective industry was on. Read on as we look at three devices which are capable of doing just this!
Here’s what we think we know about the Moto X ahead of its official announcement. We’re looking at rumored specs, features, customizations, contextual awareness capabilities, release dates and pricing. We have updated the post with new available information.
This week, we almost overdosed on Moto X leaks, a solid rumor about the Nexus 5 made the rounds, two core Google apps were updated, the latest Android security scare fizzled out, the LG G2 was in the spotlight, and T-Mo launched its update club.
The imminent arrival of the Moto X is being prefaced by a hype buildup like few in recent memory. What does that tell us?
The developers behind CyanogenMod, bless their hearts, have committed code to prevent exploitation of a second, recently discovered “master key” security bug.
The first Verizon Moto X image has been apparently leaked, showing a Motorola smartphone running what appears to be stock Android. Read on for more details!
Samsung and LG are fighting again, this time apparently over the use of a word: “Unpack.” Read on for more details!
In light of the wave of leaks suggesting that the Moto X will feature lackluster internal components, this week we discuss the relationship that exists between hardware specifications and user experience.