The Nokia X is a low-cost smartphone that runs on Android while placing an emphasis on Nokia apps and Microsoft services.
A recent report suggests that Microsoft is considering bring Android apps to Windows Phone. But isn’t it too soon to admit defeat?
Nokia is set to launch its first Android smartphone at Mobile World Congress later this month, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Purported images of Samsung’s new S Voice app have surfaced, and show off a flatter design that could hint at software changes to come in the Galaxy S5.
It’s the end of the road for a number of old Xperia phones, which will no longer be getting Android updates, according to Sony.
A new report suggests that Samsung is planning to hold back on its own Android modifications and apps in favor of the real deal directly from Google.
BlackBerry 10.2.1 breathes a little life into aging BB10 devices with a number of useful new features.
The company says it doesn’t want to be “a single OS manufacturer.”
Lumia Black brings app folders, Bluetooth LE, better notifcations and camera updates to Nokia Lumia phones.
Leaked screens purportedly show Nokia’s modified Android UI.
OnePlus, the smartphone startup founded by a former Oppo executive, announced that it will release the first official CyanogenMod phone later this year.
Cyanogen Inc. has raised $23 million in Series B funding, led by Andreessen Horowitz, and plans to expand considerably in the coming months.
In an effort to compete with Android, Microsoft is reportedly considering the idea to offer Windows Phone and Windows RT for free.
KitKat Launcher+ brings many of the features of KitKat’s new launcher to Jelly Bean phones. It isn’t quite complete, but it’s free.
Samsung revealed that its already-available NX300M smart camera is powered by its Tizen software, with Tizen phones to come in 2014. Also
A special edition of the Oppo N1 that runs CyanogenMod out of the box starts shipping next month.
A new leak says that the next version of Google’s Android operating systems is being optimized for TV, wearables and low-cost phones.
A new report suggests that Microsoft might be doing away with the back button in Windows Phone 8.1. Also tipped is cross compatibility with Windows RT and support for screens up to 10 inches.
It looks like some new camera features are coming in the next version of HTC Sense, along with the ability to turn BlinkFeed off, if these alleged screenshots are any indication.
If these images are real, expect more Instagram-like photo editing features and a few new Google apps in the next version of Android.
Oppo released a video to YouTube that hints the upcoming Oppo N1 will be the first CyanogenMod phone.
CyanogenMod has become a full-fledged company – Cyanogen Inc. – and plans to release a CM installer app in Google Play.
Pre-Microsoft deal, Nokia had an option to exit its partnership with Microsoft next year, and was reportedly testing Android software on Lumia hardware.
If you thought Android was missing a bit of wafer-like crunch, you’re in luck. Google just announced that the next iteration of Android, version 4.4, will be called KitKat.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-29/morgan-stanley-is-said-to-hold-off-on-blackberry-10-upgrade.html Morgan Stanley is holding out on upgrading its employees BlackBerry smartphones to the latest operating system, BlackBerry 10, available on the…
Pioneer’s new $599 AppRadio2, a smart, 7-inch capacitive touch display radio supports both iOS and Android phones. It includes an external GPS, rear-camera input, and of course, smartphones with compatible apps. Looks like a great way to get Pandora, Waze, or Rdio integrated with your car!
Just over 10 percent of RIM’s workforce will be laid off as the company continues losing market share in a segment it once led. How could this happen? RIM has been slow to transition, a process that’s still under way, with no end in sight.
Apple’s hold on developers has gotten stronger with the apparent help of the iPad 2 and Verizon iPhone, cutting into gains from Android, according to Flurry. The latest numbers suggest that even with the fast advance of Android, developers still like their prospects on iOS,
The new Samsung Galaxy doesn’t support Android 2.0, according to a report today, which means Galaxy users will be missing out on some pretty cool features. So why would any informed smartphone shopper consider buying the device?