One-day sale every week
After selling its Android handset for six months through a unique invitation system, OnePlus is switching gears. Starting on Tuesday, OnePlus will…
Your move, Google
What does Microsoft see in Android developer Cyanogen? It’s a question raised on Thursday by a new report in the Wall Street…
One day sale for a One
If you haven’t heard of the OnePlus One handset yet, you may want to take a closer look at the phone very…
Big exposure, big opportunity
The next billion Android users might have a choice of software on their phones thanks to CyanogenMod, the group behind a customized…
CyanogenMod's fling with Micromax
Amid weeks of turmoil between its software partner and a competing phone maker in India, OnePlus now offers its own Android software, at…
A new mobile startup called Nextbit gave its first public demo on Monday. Its services center around integrating online cloud storage and settings synchronization deeply into Android.
The hard-to-get OnePlus One phone just got even tougher to acquire. Thanks to recent OpenSSL issues, the handset is held up while security fixes are addressed. It’s the right decision since it’s easier to address the problem on the production line.
The OnePlus One is the first mass-market Android phone to ship with CyanogenMod preinstalled and will retail for $299.
Screen casting may be coming to Android — but is it a third-party development, or something that Google wants to introduce officially?
After its September introduction, the Oppo N1 launches later this month for $599. Without LTE, this phone could be a tough sell in the U.S. but some may overlook that in favor of pre-installed CyanogenMod software.
Oppo debuted the N1 smartphone with several unique features. A rear touch sensor can be used for navigation while the rear camera is also a front facing sensor thanks to the swivel hinge.
CyanogenMod may be the best Android firmware you’ve never heard of. You probably will though: The small group of developers behind it became a company this week with $7 million in funding. Meanwhile, HP launched four tablets that could appeal this holiday season.
Fragmentation? What fragmentation? Netflix’s Android app is being used on close to 1000 different Android devices each and every day, complete with multiple OS versions and custom ROMs. But for its daily testing, the company relies on a surprisingly small array of Android handsets and tablets.