The news that Motorola’s parent company Lenovo would kill off the Moto E and G, and other Motorola phones had many people upset and shocked. However, Motorola has said they only plan on thinning out the Motorola line-up.
Everyone else is getting into self-driving cars, so why not Samsung? There has been rumours that Samsung and BMW are working together on autonomous vehicle “brains”, and now Samsung has said it will be modifying their track to test them on.
The Moto 360 Sport was recently made available through Motorola’s website and Verizon’s store, but if you didn’t want to order through either of those options, now you’ve got a third choice in Google. The company has made Motorola’s latest Android Wear device available alongside all of the other phones, tablets, watches and accessories that Google sells directly to customers at the same $299 price point with free shipping. Read more
When Android 5.1 was announced last year, Google revealed that the firmware carriers a new security protocol that makes it harder to factory reset stolen devices. What the functionality does is enforce a procedure that requires users to enter the credentials of the Google account that was linked to the handset before its system-wide wipe.
Unfortunately for LG owners, it appears that there’s a bug on the South Korean company’s phones making it incredibly easy to bypass the newly-introduced factory reset protection.
An unknown Gionee handset just underwent a benchmark on Geekbench. The handset is listed as Gionee W909 and appears to be an upper mid-range model.
Looking to nab yourself a new Fire tablet from Amazon UK? Well, you’re in luck! Amazon has discounted the tablet to just £40 in the UK, down from the original £50 asking price.