Motorola reduced the Moto X to just $350 for the second time today, following website issues that prevented many people from ordering when it was first reduced last Wednesday. But if you didn’t place your order within ten minutes of the deal going live, then you’ve missed you chance to take advantage of the $150 reduction.
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When you buy a midrange smartphone, your chances of getting a next-generation Android update are pretty slim. It may not be that your device isn’t capable of running the update, but manufacturers tend to focus on their high-end devices instead when rolling out new software, leaving the cheaper models out in the cold.
But if you own a midrange Samsung device, you could be in luck when it comes to Android 4.4 KitKat. A leaked Samsung document suggests the South Korean company is investigating the possibility of bringing Google’s latest Android release to devices like the Galaxy S4 mini, the Galaxy S III mini, and even the Galaxy Ace 3.
A brand-new subscription news site called The Information published a story this week saying Google would launch a product within the next seven months called Nexus TV.
I believe and hope the story is true. Because I’m rooting for Google in the TV space. Here’s why.
Samsung Taiwan posted a rather clever video on its official YouTube channel, two days ago, teasing a new device that’s advised as “coming soon.” The South Korean company labelled it as simple, elegant, fast and fit.
This weeks Apps Of The Week is solely dedicated to launcher applications. Launcher apps allow users to completely customize and add a touch of personality to their Android-powered smartphones and tablets. As you can imagine, there are tons of them on the market, ranging from overlays which are specifically produced to emulate a past or present version of Android, to “smart launchers”, which are designed to increase a user’s productivity when operating their device. Today we are bringing you a roundup of 5 of our favourite launchers that we’ve been using over the course of this past week.
Motorola’s first scaled-down Moto X variant, the Moto G, has been in the headlines a lot recently, mainly for its impressive hardware coupled with its very appealing budget-friendly price tag. The Google-owned company is selling the 16GB version of the smartphone for $199 in the U.S. off contract, but have you ever wondered how much the handset costs Motorola to build? If so, then wonder no more.
Last month, a leaked schedule emerged on the internet revealing that the Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S3 will be the first Samsung devices to receive the much-anticipated Android 4.4 KitKat update. However, now it looks like the manufacturer is considering bringing the latest version of the open-source operating system to its entry-level smartphones, too.
If you prefer to read the news in a browser window instead of through an RSS reader or news app, such as Newsstand or Currents, then you’ll be glad to hear that Google is in the throes of launching a mighty much-needed makeover for its official news reader mobile website.
Oppo’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Find 7, has been the centre of attention for sometime now, with many rumors suggesting that the handset will come crammed with some extremely impressive specifications. But recent speculation reveals that the upcoming handset’s hardware might be much more jaw-dropping than was previously anticipated.
ASUS is rumored to be officially unveiling its scaled down Padfone variant, the Padfone Mini, at a dedicated event in Taiwan scheduled to take place this Wednesday, December 11. However, today a leaked press render of the device has appeared online, revealing some rather drastic design changes when compared to the original.