Hot on the heels of Huawei and ZTE, Oppo is bringing its brand of Android to the masses – and they’ve brought the big guns. Enter the Find 5.
CPU technology continues to steam ahead, even the new Exynos 5 Octa already has a successor. AMD’s big.Little A53/A57 combination beefs up the processing power, yet manages to improve on energy efficiency.
We explore the similarities between Android and Windows, and wonder if that as Windows drifts ever closer to mobile, whether Android could take its place?
iOS versus Android debates have sparked many conversations, arguments, and may even have ended friendships. It is one of those topics we forbid at dinner tables mainly because it turns the food sour. But, at Android Authority, we allow healthy and constructive debates of this kind. We love Android, but we can’t also deny the fact that Android and iOS each has its own set of features that make one better than the other. We compared Google Android 4.2.1 (running on the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10) with iOS 6.1 (running on the iPhone 5 and the iPad 4) to…
There are lots of seven inch and ten inch Android tablets out there, but fewer eight inch tablets. When Apple released the iPad mini with its 7.9 inch screen I thought it was time to take another look at the eight inch form factor. I got hold of an 8 inch dual-core Android 4.1 tablet called “Vader” and this is what I discovered.
Want to enhance your Android experience by extending your screen? How about a high quality, 60-inch extension? Here is the Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector.
Sometimes you find an accessory that just makes your Android life easier. Sometimes it’s a bag, sometimes it’s a portable charger. Guess what – this review involves both. Check out the Timbuk2 Power Commute bag.
Wondering about the differences between the Sony Xperia Z and the Sony Xperia ZL? We’re here to help!
The Pantech Discover is the latest phone from the company, aimed at users on a budget. Is it worth the money? Find out in our review.
Almost every online citizen abreast with the latest in the mobile technology scene knows that the flavor of Android known as Jelly Bean is the latest and the smoothest to date. But, which Jelly Bean? Two varieties exist for this sweet treat: Android 4.1 (which debuted with the Google Nexus 7) and Android 4.2 (which came out with the Google Nexus 4 and the Google Nexus 10). Should you be gravely concerned that the phone that you’re longing to buy runs only Android 4.1? Or, should you just go ahead and buy an Android 4.2 device such as the Nexus…