Twitter has officially rolled out the latest version of its Twitter application to all registered Android beta testers via the Play Store. Version 5.2 comes in the form of a rather hefty update and brings with it the ability to take action on incoming tweets directly from the notification panel; enabling users to reply, retweet and favourite posts.
Samsung has confirmed that its new Galaxy S5 will be available to pre-order in the United Kingdom from Friday, March 28, ahead of its April 11 launch. Fans can register their interest in the device on Samsung’s website to receive a reminder email when the big day arrives.
Sony unveiled its latest affordable dual-SIM Android-powered smartphone, the Xperia E1, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas back in January and now, with no official announcement, the handset is available to buy from Infibeam, an independent electronics retailer in India, for 9,899 INR — which equates to approximately $162, with a free pair of Sony MDR-ZX110A headphones thrown in.
If you own a Moto X on AT&T and have joined the Motorola Feedback Network you should be receiving an invitation for a new soak test this afternoon. Unfortunately, we don’t know exactly what this latest update will bring, but recent rumors suggest that the latest build of Android 4.4.2 KitKat will be included, together with some minor fixes for the built-in camera application.
According to a technical consultant Bas Bosschert, WhatsApp for Android has some serious loopholes in place, mostly pertaining to security. He says that malicious apps can easily get hold of a user’s WhatsApp data thanks to the way messages are stored on an Android device.
As HTC’s March 25th event is nearing, the All New HTC One has started leaking left, right and center. Earlier today, a leaked magazine ad from Australian carrier, Telstra, confirmed how the ‘Duo Camera’ will help in capturing professional looking photos with more depth.
Now, the full specs of the handset has been leaked along with its sales guide.
Samsung unveiled its revamped Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, back in June, 2013, and three months later the device was available to purchase in the U.S. from several retailers for $399. However, if you haven’t had the opportunity or the wherewithal to pick one up before now, it might interest you to know that Walmart is currently offering the device with a $329.99 price tag.
AT&T took to Twitter earlier today to remind us of ASUS’ upcoming PadFone X which was first mentioned back in January at CES in Barcelona, when the operator announced that it will have exclusivity over the handset when it launches in the U.S. later this year. In spite of this latest revelation, the information page for the PadFone X still states that the device as simply ‘coming soon’, so we can only assume that this means the new smartphone-tablet hybrid will be released sooner rather than later this year.
A new image has popped up on the internet showing off what’s believed to be HTC’s upcoming flagship smartphone of 2014, the ‘New One’, at a community tennis match in the United States. The picture was sent to a popular online publication and displays the handset in all its glory, with its two upgraded BoomSound front-facing speakers and its fresh oval-shaped design, all of which clearly match up to a leaked photograph we saw back in February taken by a rather sneaky employee at the manufacturers factory.
Instagram today updated its Android app to introduce a long-awaited design refresh, with “simplified” visuals that match those made available to iOS users last September. The update also brings performance improvements that promise to make the app noticeably faster than before.