It took a while, but Samsung finally launched the Gamepad Bluetooth controller that it first teased at the launch of the Galaxy S4 back in March.
New features in Bluetooth 4.1 will make the short-range wireless technology more flexible and better prepared to handle the demands of a new generation of mobile and wearable devices.
In this week’s episode of Android Authority Q&A, we talk about gaming controllers for the Galaxy S4, decisions on buying new phones, and more!
Although NFC has been around for more than a decade, only a limited number of handset make use of the technology. So what is NFC, and how does it work?
This Samsung Galaxy S4 Bluetooth slide-out keyboard accessory is perfect for those always on the road, having to type a lot on their phones.
One of the important Android announcements made at Google’s recent developers conference was the upcoming support for Bluetooth Smart in the next version of Android. This means that the world of smart-devices and the “Internet of things” will arrive on an Android device near you soon. What smart-devices would you like to see and how would they interact with your Android device?
A Kickstarter project is planning to turn almost any couple of powered speakers into a stereo Bluetooth system. But how exactly will it do that?
We have no idea what HTC was thinking with this one, but the HTC Mini is a Bluetooth accessory we hope one won’t have to buy. The thing looks like a good-old dumb phone and it’s expected to help you make better use of your large smartphone.
If you’re out on the road a lot then it makes sense to invest in a good Bluetooth speakerphone for your car. Join us as we run through the best in-car Bluetooth speakerphone options to hook up with your Android.
We explore the apps and accessories you need to turn the Nexus 7 into a productivity power house.