The Nexus 6 is by no means long in the tooth, but we’re already looking at a big new batch of smartphones headed our way after MWC next month. The Nexus 6 has become fairly easy to obtain in various regions of the world, unless you are in the US and roll with Big Red. Ready for the Nexus 6 Verizon release?
Because of the fact that Google’s Android mobile operating system is more open than the competing platforms out there — and we mainly refer to Apple’s iOS and Microsoft’s Windows Phone/Windows — it is also more prone to vulnerabilities. There have been a lot of reports in the past (some confirmed, some not) concerning different […]
The tablet market has been constantly growing in the past couple of years, as tablets from different manufacturers and running different operating systems have evolved. Those who already have a smartphone are more likely to purchase a tablet (one that probably runs the same OS as the phone itself) than to buy a laptop computer, […]
Regardless of which side you’re on, you have to admit that notification LEDs, while old school and “so 2010″, are not only neat (if done right, and in a modern way, like for instance on the Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a), but offer an effortless, convenient way, of acknowledging that there’s a notification waiting […]
Whenever a new version of an operating system is announced (and later available), there’s tremendous excitement among users eager to have the latest and greatest. If that operating system happens to be the latest version of Android, version 5.0 codenamed Lollipop, and, if those users happen to be Nexus device users, then it’s an entire […]