It’s been three months since Google released Android 4.4.4 factory images for the Wi-Fi Nexus 7 (2013) and several other Nexus devices. Now the LTE version of the Nexus 7 (2013) is finally getting the same treatment.
Analysts predict that Samsung will post another decline in quarterly profits for Q3, but its semiconductor business might provide a boost come the year’s end.
Samsung is confident that the Note 4 won’t bend as easily as Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus. As proof, the Korean giant released a short video showing the Note 4 going through stress tests.
EE, the UK’s largest 4G provider, has just connected up another 18 large towns and cities to its network, which now covers 75 percent of the population.
The original Pebble and Pebble Steel smartwatches will be available through O2 and Currys/PC World stores in the UK sometime next month.
Good news for grandfathered-in unlimited users on Verizon’s network: Big Red has canceled its plans to throttle those who it deems as high 4G LTE data users.
The back design of the Nexus 6 has unofficially been outed, based on a render that allegedly was designed based on information given to Droid Life.
Mophie has now released the Galaxy S5 juice pack, giving you a second 3000 mAh battery that compliments the battery inside the phone.
Following AT&T, Verizon has now announced its own limited time double data promo. Meanwhile Sprint’s new promo beats them both, offering double their competitors’ promo data.
ARM has announces details of a new operating system, designed specifically for the Internet of Things.