AndroidCommunity.com has a few photos of the T-Mobile G1 on display at a Walmart store. There is no pricing information on the display (it’s a “coming soon” type deal), but it certainly looks official enough.
My colleagues Kevin, Lanh, Joe, Josh and Darcy were nominated to the Ice Bucket Challenge and accepted it. They also donated to ALSA. Now it’s your turn.
A new teaser from Asus gives us a look at the metals curves found on its upcoming Android Wear offering, the ZenWatch.
Imagination Technologies has announced a new development platform, the MIPS Creator CI20, that runs Android and other Linux distributions.
LG took us by surprise when it teased the second G Watch launch in just six months, and now it’s back with a new teaser that all but reveals the G Watch R’s design.
Analysts believe the Korean group will manage to move a total of 60 million smartphones in 2014. A big part of that success will be owed to the G3, which is slated to become LG’s first device to hit... the 10 million sales milestone...
four artsy/ hippy/bohemian characters (a fashion blogger, a barber/artist, a “spiritual healer”, and a man-child store owner) talk about their lifestyle and where the Note fits in it. Everything’s... super colorful and cheery, and naturally, all the characters are super excited for the Note 4 to land on September 4. The spiritual healer even says she’ll put out a “prayer of gratitude”...
HTC has announced the HTC Desire 510. This addition to the Desire family offers HTC’s most affordable smartphone with LTE to date, packed in a mid range device with a 4.7-inch display and Snapdragon... 410 processor...
Cyanogen Inc. is working with Nextbit, a company founded by former core members of the Android team, on a mystery project.
Huawei is said to be releasing a sapphire version of their popular Ascend P7 smartphone. It will come in limited quantities, but is it worth your money?
Just like music, video and file sharing, the future of powerful computing could be based off the cloud. Google, NVIDIA and VMware are making this possible.
Priced at $180, the Warp Sync is a reasonably affordable mid-range device with a quad-core Snapdragon CPU, 2GB RAM and 5-inch 720p display.
New images of the Xperia Z3 not only show off the device from nearly every angle, they also give us a look at the handset’s insides.