The LG G Pad 10.1 has now arrived to Best Buy, priced at $249.99 and packing a Snapdragon 400 SoC.
HTC has now introduced its Sense keyboard to Google Play, allowing them to update the app more efficiently.
Los Angeles has become rather desperate to find new broadband competition in their area. Back in April, the city of Los Angeles put a significant amount of effort into finding a telecommunications company that would provide free wireless broadband service anywhere in the city and provide residences of speeds up to 1 gigabyte per second. The problem with the proposal was that the city was not really giving telecommunication companies a significant incentive to work on the project as the companies would need to fund the project at an estimated cost of $3 billion to $5 billion. At the moment, the providers can…
AT&T eliminated their unlimited data plans for new customers in 2010. A year later, AT&T told those customers with an unlimited data plan that they would have their plans throttled if they consumed enough data to put them in the top 5 percent of the heaviest data users in a billing period.
Interested in the OnePlus One, but still waiting for an invite? OnePlus is giving interested folks the chance to win one of 5000 invites in its latest giveway.
Google has uploaded version 4.4w_r1 of the Android Wear source code to the AOSP repository, but a full release won’t arrive until Android L.
LG has confirmed that the LG G3 Cat 6 will start shipping July 25th in South Korea, armed with an improved Snapdragon 805 CPU.
Nvidia has today made official the new Shield tablet, an 8-inch device powered by the Tegra K1 processor, targeted primarily at gamers.
Xiaomi has now announced its first wearable device, a fitness band called Mi Band that also doubles as a security token for unlocking your smartphone.
Coding continues on the new Paranoid Android 4.5 Alpha 2 build, and the ROM’s stable release has also been updated to version 4.44.