Screenshots are welcome! Thanks to the plethora of customization tools on Android, it’s fairly easy to find themes that suit your style. Alternative launchers, icon packs, and custom widget creation...
Last Thursday (4th February 2016) the Honor 5X was finally launched in Europe and presented in Munich, Germany. The afternoon comprised of the launch presentation, interviews with Thorsten Doehlert and...
XDA Recognized Contributor and Recognized Developer autoprime has captured the 20i Marshmallow update for the T-Mobile LG G4, and he’s repackaged it into a flashable ZIP and KDZ file for everyone to use. Google+
It’s Friday, February 5, 2016, and Jordan talks about what happened this week over at XDA-developers.com. Non standard’s compliant USB Type C Cables can potentially fry devices. After announcing that...
chromer has received its largest update since the move to version 1.0 among the many new features is floating WebHeads. Their take on the floating browser concept from Link Bubble and Flynx. Click a link and a floating bubble will be shown which will attempt to pre-fetch the link in the background. Also included is the ability to assign a favorite share app and an enhanced dynamic toolbar colour meaning the app will try to match the launching app's primary colour which the dev claims is seamless. You can find the full change list over on G+.
Ubuntu has partnered up with Aquaris and announced the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet. The device has a 10.1" 1080p display, a MediaTek MT8163A SoC, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage with a microSD card slot, a very big 7280mAh capacity battery, an 8MP rear and 5MP front facing camera, front-facing speakers, a micro HDMI slot and "the latest Ubuntu software".
An official Android IDE, the Android Studio has reached the 2.0 Beta status. A new version brings a number of new features including instant run, faster emulator, integration of IntelliJ 15 and more. A full list of features is available on the Android Developer blog. Head over there and familiarize
HTC lost over $100 million in Q4 of 2015 and they really need their upcoming flagship to be a home run. Mobile leaker Evan Blass has just tweeted what is said to be the HTC One M10 (codenamed Perfume). We can see a metal frame around the edges, a big front-facing camera, fingerprint scanner at the bottom and no sign of BoomSound front-facing speakers or an HTC logo.
Apple recently held a Town Hall meeting at their headquarters in Cupertino to talk about the future of the company. Tim Cook spoke about how Apple Music on Android was a way for the company to test how their services did on competing platforms. If the test goes well, he says the company is open to bringing other services onto these other platforms as well.
It's going to take more than just plugging your Vive PRE to a computer for you to enjoy VR how HTC wants you to. The user manual is now online and it talks about moving furniture and mirrors away and out of the "play area", covering windows and/or other sources of sunlight, but keep your computer close as the headset needs to be plugged in.
This Apple and Samsung patent lawsuit has been going on for years and the last ruling that was made required that Samsung pay Apple hundreds of millions of dollars in damages. Samsung has since requested that the US Supreme Court review the case, but now Apple has asked them not to do it. Saying it "may be high-profile, [but] it is legally unexceptional."
Multiple people using Google Hangouts are now receiving a notice in regards to improving voice call quality via peer-to-peer connections. So, if Google decides that a direct connection to the person you are talking to will give you better voice quality than routing both of you through Google's own servers, it will do this for people who are receiving this message.
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