To paraphrase the Tasker developer’s comment on the Jelly Bean update, you can’t stop progress, but it sure would be nice if progress happened every
With all of this week’s exciting announcements from Google about the next iteration of Android, lots of people have been wondering: “When will my device
The latest version of Android – 4.1, a.k.a. Jelly Bean – has just been ported over to the international version of the HTC One X.
Sprint just announced earlier today that the HTC One V would finally be released here in the US on Virgin Mobile, one of Sprint’s prepaid divisions.
One of the problems that Google sometimes has is that there are too many projects going on at once, often with nearly identical features. For
One of the features that has been missing from Android for quite a long time is gapless music playback. True, you can get gapless playback
I’m currently visiting family, and the crash between my US-adjusted day rhythm and their normal Norwegian one caused me to wake up at a rather interesting 4AM
Although it wasn’t about a mobile device in the traditional sense, one of the most interesting demonstrations at yesterday’s Google I/O keynote was when Sergey
Cross Me is an app that I downloaded for free a month or so ago, when it was the Amazon Appstore’s free app of the
One of the multitude of Google apps that got updated yesterday during I/O was Google+, the social network that everyone seems interested in but no