The folks over on the XDA forums have made possible the official support of CyanogenMod 11 on the Motorola Moto G 4G. Let the ROMing of the second iteration of Motorola’s best selling device begin.
The countdown to IFA has begun, and more info about the devices coming at the show surfaces every day. This week, Samsung teased us ruthlessly ahead of the Note 4 launch, HTC launched the 64-bit Desire 810 and hinted at the Desire 820, Sony’s new Xperia lineup leaked, LG launched the G3 Stylus, two new smartwatches landed, and Asus reminded us that it too has a wearable coming.
Samsung has been liberal in its use of teasers for the Note 4, and today we’ve got another tantalizing little video drumming up the excitement for the September 3 launch.
AT&T threatened the Senator with a lawsuit.
MPAA believes that forcing ISP’s to block web-sites can stop piracy.
At 4.7 inches, the new iPhone could finally go toe to toe against current Android flagships, most of which feature displays of about 5 inches.
Tronsmart Orion R28 launched with Cortex-A17 CPU and the promise of 4GB of RAM. First batch of units are aimed at developers and includes all the source code and a developer SDK.
ZTE has taken it to Vine (out of all mediums out there) to announce a September 16th, which is to take place in New York City. What will they be bringing?
It turns out Sprint will be the first carrier in the States to bring the neat device to this side of the lake. Is the device really more affordable?
T-Mobile and Cricket Wireless have been going at it the past couple weeks, and you can be sure AT&T won’t be leaving its arms crossed!