Our continuously updated list of the best Android Wear watch you can wear It's been a number of months since we last updated our list of the best Android Wear smartwatches. And in that time the number of watches available has double from three to six. Show More Summary
Here we have another newly released quad-core Android 4.4 smartphone ‘Infinium Z45 Nova’ from Videocon. Featuring dual SIM card slots, this entry-level smartphone features a 4.5-inch 854 x 480 IPS display, a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6582 processor, a Mali 400 GPU, a 1GB RAM, an 8GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot (up […]
Eastman Kodak Co. has announced a new deal with Bullit Group Ltd. that will see the once bankrupt company launching Android powered mobile devices. The company said in a statement that slipped under the radar before Christmas that they were to … Continue reading ?
A few years ago I predicted the smartphone market was about to finally become more than a two-horse race between Google’s Android platform and Apple’s iPhone products. Or, more specifically, I said “Sailfish, Tizen, Firefox OS, and other mobile operating systems will be chipping away at Apple and Google’s headline count” throughout 2013. Show More Summary
You've got the new phone, now we're going to show you how to get up and running So, you just got a new Android smartphone — that's pretty exciting! But once the initial awe of this new gadget wears off, you realize you actually need to use that phone. Show More Summary
After Kodak nearly went bankrupt in 2012, the company went looking for ways to stay afloat. Today, the brand announced it is partnering with the Bullitt Group to unveil a new range of mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, at a CES event in January. Show More Summary
The automotive world is rapidly leaping into the next generation of infotainment systems. We already know that the CarPlay from Apple and Sync 3 from Ford based are on the way. Google showed off its future concept for Android Auto earlier this year and promised that it would be available by the end of 2014. Show More Summary
The new SimCity game for iOS and Android may have a four-star user-review rating on the iTunes app store, but a glance at those reviews—and some time playing the game—make it clear that this city's got some problems. Read more...
What I've been using the most this past year We're coming to the end of another fantastic 12 months in the Android world, and as is often the case the end of the year brings about a retrospective look at what has been before. That'sShow More Summary
It's the day after Christmas, but that doesn't mean your shopping days have to be over, especially if you still want to get the Nexus 6. Today, the Motorola.com website put the 6-inch Android Lollipop smartphone back in stock.
Did you just receive a new iPhone, iPad, Android device or eReader for Christmas? Congratulations! Smartphones and tablets were definitely among the most desirable gifts this holiday season, and there were plenty of outstanding choices out there for gift givers to choose from. Show More Summary
Android: Hovernote makes it easy to take notes on your Android phone without closing the app you're already using. Just open the app to take a quick note, then save and close it when you're done. Read more...
Android/iOS: Photo filters can give your pictures an interesting look, but most apps tend to only have a dozen or so to choose from. Shift lets you adjust and randomize a virtually limitless number of photos and save them for later. Read more...
In our Apps of the Year series, The Next Web team shares personal recommendations for our favorite apps of 2014. Earlier this week, we rounded up the best iOS and Android apps that launched in 2014. Some of our staff favorites may not have been released within the past 12 months, but they’re apps we love to use… a lot. Show More Summary
While "the conventional wisdom is build first for iOS," CEO and founder Tim Weingarten told us, "if we had to do it all over again, I would launch on Android first," or at the same time as iOS.
Kodak's about to have its own line of Android phones now, because sure. The company—now little more than a name to be slapped on products from all kinds of no-name manufacturers— will be showing off its first Android devices at CES in just over a week. Read more...
Christmas is a religious and cultural celebration for billions of people, which means it’s also a big day for online shopping. Online sales grew by 8.3 percent over 2013, according to the latest figures from IBM. Mobile traffic accounted for more than half (57.1 percent) of all online shopping traffic, up 18.6 percent over 2013. […]
Kodak this week revealed plans to produce Kodak-branded Android phones. The first phone will focus on a "rich" but simple experience for "consumers who want a high-end experience but aren't always as comfortable using increasingly complicated mobile devices as they would like to be". Show More Summary
Looking for a super-secure smartphone? Boeing will soon have one for you, with Android guts and a touch of BlackBerry magic. Oh, and it can self-destruct if necessary.