This Android customization post looks at getting the most battery life out of your Android device, identifying a rogue app that is just a battery killer.
Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 may be fast, but OPPO’s VOOC Flash Charge can replenish a battery to 75 percent in just 30 minutes.
Qualcomm has demonstrated that its Quick Charge 2.0 technology can bring an empty Nexus 6 to 50 percent charge in just 40 minutes.
SolidEnergy, a start-up out of MIT, is developing a battery boasting twice the energy density of traditional lithium-ion designs. The first commercial product is scheduled to arrive in 2016.
AVG has published its latest study of the worst battery, data, storage and performance consuming apps on Android smartphones and tablets.
As battery life continues to be a major issue, we take a look what’s holding back OEMs from adopting new technologies, and examine some of the more promising possibilities and industry stopgaps.
As the year draws to a close we take a look at five features that would get us excited about the 2015 class of Android smartphones. Where should Google and the OEMs go next?
Battery drain and sluggish bloatware got you down? This list of the biggest culprits could help you restore new life to your smartphone and tablet.
Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 technology promised 75 percent faster charge times that regular smartphones. We examine how the technology works and whether it’s possible to reach these peak speeds.
Today’s indie app of the day is Potential Beta. Using this application, you can monitor your battery stats from multiple devices on multiple devices!