This week in your world of Android: Android 4.4 hit (unofficially) a bunch of devices, we learned more about the Google Experience Launcher and the new ART compiler, Samsung teased its future tech, a of
Earlier today the Nexus 5 arrived to Sprint, for $199.99 with special offers and a rebate that brought it’s price down to as low as $50. Now T-Mobile has officially chimed in with its own plans for Google’s
Besides it gorgeous metal design, one of the biggest selling points for the HTC One is the device’s BoomSound front speakers. It’s hard to find any other smartphone out there that comes close to offering
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss the unthinkable: what would happen if there were no Android? We’d all have to adopt other mobile platforms, like it or not. So, what would that competing
We stand at a turning point in mobile technology, and we are already taking the first baby step towards a new age of mobile devices. Not only do we have devices like Google Glass and the Galaxy Gear attempting
LG’s first flexible display smartphone will launch next week in South Korea, with a European launch apparently set for December. The LG G Flex will cost 999,900 Korean Won when it launches on November
After announcing that its Nexus 5 costs $100 more than what Google charges for the handset, T-Mobile said that it doesn’t make a profit on Nexus 5 sales, suggesting that Google is quietly subsidizing device.