Smartphones and tablets aren’t just “gadgets” anymore, they are big business and it’s always news when a new device is getting ready to hit the streets. We’ve have covered the rumored Nexus devices from about every angle you can imagine, and a new report says those days are numbered as both devices will be revealed tomorrow.
When Android first started becoming popular, Samsung, HTC, Motorola, and Sony were the names to watch for the most part. They still are, but companies like Huawei are making a dent due to low priced devices and top-tier specs. Today Huawei unveiled its latest handset, and we learned the Huawei Honor 6 Extreme Edition specs and price.
The last time we saw a Google-based device from HTC was back in 2010 with the Nexus smartphone, but we’ll get a new gadget from the company sooner than later if a new report pans out. Remember the mythical HTC Nexus 9? Apparently, it’s still on the way as a new report says the company’s engineers have been hard at work on the new slate.
We saw a lot of handsets at IFA last week, and a few slick tablets as well. While we knew the Nexus 9 wouldn’t show up at the event, it’s still out there, lurking and waiting to take your money. It’s been a little quiet on the Nexus front lately, but that has changed as the Nexus 9 has just been revealed by NVIDIA.
According to Russell Holly over at Geek.com, Google has reportedly began mandating that devices using Google services include a “Powered by Android” logo to be present during the boot animation. Both the Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8 boot up with “Powered by Android” displayed on the splash screen and it now seems to other OEM’s will have to follow suit if they […]
Google has officially announced Android Wear, a version of Android designed specifically for wearable devices such as smartwatches etc. On the official Google blog, they explain that Android Wear will focus on getting key information to users at the right time, displaying health and fitness information, and providing an extra display to use throughout the […]
Many Google users use the one page login process to access their Gmail, Google+ and so much more, it was not long ago that Google decided to redesign its login page, which is brilliant and much easier than before. However, things are likely to change again after the Google / SlickLogin buyout. We like the […]