Whether you like it or not the Samsung Galaxy S5 is going to be a smash hit. It looks like Samsung learned a thing or two last year and went back to its usual formula. It may not be wowing you, but is it really aimed at you anyway?
Now that Mobile World Congress 2014 is over, what were the key trends that dominated the show and how do they relate to the next generation of mobile technologies?
After looking at the amazing Android device releases during MWC 2014, we’ve made our picks of some of the best in show, spread over 8 different categories. Check them out!
In this week’s friday debate we look back at MWC’s many announcements to discuss our overall impression of the event and what excited us the most.
At MWC 2014 Nokia finally gave the world several new Nokia devices that run on Android, even if the experience isn’t exactly what we hoped for, due to the customized WP-like UI and lack of Google services. Curious to learn more about the Nokia X? Join us as we take a look!
At MWC 2014 Marvell took the wraps of their new 64-bit Armada PXA 1928 SoC, which features four 1.5GHz Cortex A53 cores and is accompanied by a Vivante GC5000 GPU.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 will ship in four different color options, traditional Shimmer White, Charcoal Black, Electric Blue, and a new color named Copper Gold. But which one looks the best?
We take a closer look at some of the software features of the Galaxy S5 camera, including some hands on time with the impressive new Selective Focus feature.
At MWC 2014 Android Authority’s Darcy LaCouvée had the opportunity to talk with John Heinlein, ARM’s VP of corporate marketing. In the interview, Heinlein spoke on ARM’s plans to continue expanding the mobile experience, particularly focusing on three key areas.
Here’s a quick look at the Huawei MediaPad M1, a mid-range 8-inch tablet with a premium build quality and feel.