Microsoft’s new Wireless Display Adapter looks a bit like Chromecast at first glance, though it is less about traditional media streaming and more about simply casting your Windows or Android device’s screen over to the TV using Miracast technology.
HTC’s US Product Manager Leigh Momii is leaving the company for Cyanogen, where she’ll take on a role as the company’s product evangelist.
Paranoid Android 4.6 beta 2 has now arrived, and while it doesn’t bring new features, it does improve the new Dynamic System Bars. The update also brings several bug fixes and general improvements.
According to sources familiar with the matter, new Nexus hardware and the final version of Android L will be shown off either October 15th or the 16th. Android L won’t actually hit until November 1st, however.
According to a new teaser from Oppo, the N3 will feature “aerospace grade metal”, though it is likely some form of aluminum alloy as opposed to something more exotic.
While this awesome accessory might not help you successfully make a trip back in time to 1955, it will at least look extremely epic while it charges up your phone.
Power banks are getting cheaper and larger, but what if you could use your Samsung tablet or smartphone as an external battery?
AT&T is running a new promotion for U-Verse customers that offers users HBO, broadband and a year of Amazon Prime for $40.
To show off what can be achieved with Chrome apps, Google launched in the Play Store an app made with the Polymer framework, which it first demoed at Google I/O in June.
A member was able to port PS4 Remote Play over to any Android device.