Earlier today, a leaked GeekBench report surfaced online for what we believe to be OnePlus’ upcoming flagship smartphone of 2015, the OnePlus Two. The benchmark reveals that the handset is set to pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, in addition to 3GB of RAM.
It looks Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is getting some added protection. The carrier is pushing out a new update to their Samsung Galaxy Note 4, further protecting the device against thievery.
If you discount manufacturing the Nexus 9 tablet for Google, HTC has been out of the tablet market for quite a while, with its last offerings being the JetStream and Flyer devices. Thanks to a recent tumour and today’s spotting of the HTC H7 tablet on India’s import-export database, Zauba, it seems that HTC are gearing up to re-enter the tablet market before the end of the second quarter.
Those of us here in the U.S. are excited for a three day weekend as we celebrate Memorial Day. However, the one downer is traffic. Since this weekend is kind of like the unofficial start of the summer, a lot of people travel to visit family and friends which results in a lot of congestion on the roads.
Finding your way is the easy part if you use Google Maps, but finding the best route with the shortest delay is no easy task. Google Maps already helps with traffic alerts, but a new update might makes things a little easier.
New top secret documents leaked from the NSA has revealed how governments from the United States, UK, Canada and Australia have been trying to intercept user data through the Google Play Store and even Samsung’s dedicated app hub for Android. Read more
The iHeartRadio application on Android has just received a new update which brings a minor UI change with the addition of a colored status bar. There are no other notable changes with the app, so you won’t find anything else new onboard here. Read more
Modern day Android smartphones pack massive batteries inside which could last you a full day when necessary. However, for power users, even this doesn’t do the job and they ultimately have to resort to plugging in the charger just when they’re about to end their day. Read more
We have good news and bad news for DROID Turbo owners. Earlier today, a Verizon employee confirmed a mid-June release date for the Lollipop update on the device. However, not long after that post on Google+, it was deleted and is no longer accessible. Read more
Google’s Chrome OS typically sees new functionality hit its dev channel before it makes its way downstream to normal installation, and that’s still the case with the latest feature to the lightweight operating system. Read more
The LG G4 is officially available to purchase (although not in the US just yet) so of course you can expect to see unboxing videos, hands on clips, and the typical teardown and repair processes.
A roughly translated dismantling process for LG’s 2015 flagship device has been released, showing off the device’s internals and how tough it’ll be to fix it in case you break something. Fortunately, the G4 isn’t following the same trend as other newer phones and is pretty easy to take apart and repair. Read more