Say hello to the oddly named OnePlus One: a high-spec new phone from a Shenzhen-based company (not to be confused with the HTC One) that runs a CyanogenMod version of Android straight out of the box. Read more...
OnePlus, the startup founded by former Oppo executive Pete Lau, today unveiled its first flagship smartphone. Simply called the One, it offers top-tier components at a price even lower than Google’s high-value Nexus 5. As promised, the Android handset runs on a 2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM and a 3,100 mAh battery. Show More Summary
Rarely do we see a tech startup spending five months actively hyping up an unborn product; and when we do, most of them end up being vaporware. Luckily, that's not the case with OnePlus. Today, the Shenzhen-based company has finally unveiled its...
Since you can buy pretty much nearly every Google device -- that's all the Nexus gadgets, the Google Edition phones, the Chromecast and all those Chromebooks -- on Google Play, it only makes sense that a product from Nest, the search giant's latest...
Back in January, DigiTimes reported that Google was working with ASUS on the next small Nexus tablet, but a report today from DigiTimes runs counter to that with the notion that HTC might be the one that Google goes with for the rumored Nexus 8. Show More Summary
When it comes to producing affordable Nexus tablets, Google's on a roll -- and it's looking to take advantage of that momentum. After partnering with ASUS on a seven-inch tablet each of the last two summers, the software giant is now reportedly...
My performance on the dance floor during PAX East 2013's WildStar party is the stuff of dark legends (in my mind, anyway), but it was not replicated this year. Indeed, when I tried to get into this year's WildStar community party, the entranceway was inaccessible due to the sheer mass of people. Show More Summary
The nexus between old but lingering ideas of fame and new measures of notoriety sits firmly, for now, outside Los Angeles, in a Calabasas mansion, with the Kardashians. Having recently landed the cover of Vogue and reportedly spurred...Show More Summary
The form fit rear shell of this case is impact resistant for complete protection and quickly slides in and out of the holster for instant phone access. The holster is lined with a soft fabric for a scratch free LG Nexus 5 and the 180-degree...Show More Summary
Google’s Nexus 7 might not be the most popular tablet in the world, but it is clearly one of the top choices for Android enthusiasts looking for a pure Google experience at a surprisingly affordable price. Starting at just $229, Google’s 7-inch tablet is indeed a tremendous value. Show More Summary
Nexus phones from Google have been a hit with Android users worldwide since their first phone – The Nexus One – came out 4 years back. Nexus phones are known to offer high-end specifications at extremely competitive prices. They are also the first handsets to get the most updated version of Google Android. And because...
ByMichael Blair: The sub-$100 smartphone may be on its way to the United States. Will it be a cheap piece of crap? Nope. If the rumors are true, it will be a fully featured Google (GOOG) (GOOGL) Nexus powered by a Mediatek Quad CoreShow More Summary
Nexus Chromebook (Photo credit: j_baer) Is the Google ChromeBook about to become your new communications device? Is your slightly older Mac or Windows PC that can run the latest Chrome Browser able to step in and be the new desk phone?...Show More Summary
By Alcaraz Research: Nokia (NOK) really got its mojo back with the release of the Nokia X Android Open Source Project phone. Chinese customers' strong approval of this non-Google (GOOG) Android phone definitely provoked a little worry from Googleplex. Show More Summary
By Alcaraz Research: I had high hopes for the BlackBerry (BBRY) Z3 smartphone for emerging markets. BlackBerry's first new BB10 entry-level phone for 2014 is supposed to launch in Indonesia this coming May. Developing countries like the Philippines and Indonesia are super-saturated with sub-$100 Android phones. Show More Summary
In a move that will surely only increase the heated rhetoric around his latest film, Noah director Darren Aronofsky will visit the Center for American Progress on Wednesday to discuss “the nexus of faith and environmentalism.” The film...Show More Summary
Google may be working on a new kind of Nexus device that could be even more affordable than its predecessors, a new report from Asia says. However, the device won’t be a high-end model like the others, but rather an entry- to mid-range device that would sell for under $100, thus being significantly more affordable than any previous Nexus handsets. Show More Summary