While most of us Android enthusiasts in the West will probably take a break from technology on Christmas Day, spend some quality time with our families and check our stockings for presents from Santa, Chinese techies might get an unexpected treat come December 25.
YouTube Android app and mobile website get a tablet makeover
Google isn’t quite done yet making changes to YouTube’s UI and layout. After launching the newly redesigned main homepage just a few days ago, the Android app and mobile website are next in line in getting the winter makeover.
Galaxy S4 not to be unveiled at CES 2013, as Samsung will ‘go heavy’ on TVs
The other day we looked at an interesting Samsung CES 2013 teaser, which suggested that new devices are going to be unveiled by the South Korea company at the Las Vegas trade show next month. Naturally, we speculated alongside everyone else that the Galaxy S4 could be one of them.
Sony Xperia TX’s 13 MP camera underperforms against Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5’s 8 MP shooters
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Amazon Kindle Fire tablets now available at GameStop with $25 gift cards
Have you always wanted to buy an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet but somehow still haven't? Is it because you can't stop hanging out at GameStop long enough to log on to Amazon.com and make your purchase? Well, today is your lucky day.
GameStop has just announced that it has started selling the Kindle Fire family of tablets "just in time for holiday shopping".
Back in September, those who rock the HTC One S received an incremental software update from T-Mobile, which saw their handset moving up to Android 4.0.4. While you’re not going to get Jelly Bean this year, the carrier is now pushing out a new update to your phone.
The three-month old Galaxy Note 2 has been Samsung’s first device to run Android 4.1, so it was only natural to expect it to be the first to get 4.2 as well. And while that’s still in the cards, it seems that we’re all going to have to wait for a bit longer because the GNote 2 is being upgraded right now, but only to 4.1.2.
HTC One SV: Think of it as the 4G LTE enabled One S, but with a worse screen
HTC has just announced a device for the UK market called the One SV. If you go back to February of this year, when HTC announced announced the One S, they pitched that device as a highly competent 4.3 inch Android smartphone. And it was, but it didn't have 4G LTE. The One SV fixes that, but at a cost.