Bet you never expected prepaid specialist and AT&T subsidiary Cricket Wireless to return with a second batch of holiday deals, after unveiling a pretty enticing first slate of Black Friday promos. Well, as it turns out, the no-contract carrier is ready to celebrate Cyber Monday in style too, offering whopping 50 percent discounts on two more »
With Verizon known for generally withholding software updates a lot longer than competing networks, and Google themselves having trouble ironing out Lollipop kinks on Nexus devices, things didn’t look particularly encouraging for Big Red’s Moto X owners.
Google sure messed up the Nexus family’s Android 5.0 rollout, with successive delays and buggy early builds, but somehow, LG seems to be handling the Lollipop optimization and stabilization process better.
LG is sure weird, at least when it comes to naming its low-cost Android soldiers. The on-the-rise Korean mobile manufacturer unveiled the F60 for “international” markets nearly two months back, then offered it to MetroPCS clients in the US as the Optimus F60, and now sells it to Verizon customers under the awkward moniker Transpyre.
Google Nexus 6 is officially here and this means it’s time for the folks at iFixit to get their hands on the device and tear its components apart. Starting with the back cover, there are no screws involved to open the back cover of the device so the folks at iFixit ended up with picks to pry open the back cover of the device which comes with little adhesive.
The controversial Huawei Ascend Mate 2 software support saga is about to come to an end, after an excruciatingly long month of confusion and heartache. Once again, the power of the people has prevailed, as public backlash against Mate 2’s manufacturers forced the company to reconsider their updating stance.
Microsoft is the latest big name in retail to get a jump on holiday promotions, with an exceptional early deal for Windows Phone aficionados. For a limited time, the cheapest 2014 member of the Nokia Lumia family is available even cheaper, at an incredibly low $39.
The most radical overhaul in Android history is about to turn into Google’s worst nightmare. Since day one, we’ve felt Big G’s software developers didn’t have a great handle on Lollipop stability. Nexus devices were supposed to score the 5.0 firmware update mere days after the big unveil, which went down on October 15.
Admit it, you reckoned gadget manufacturers went mad when starting to unveil 7-inch tabphones. But somehow, they seem to have grown on people, particularly in Asia, so nowadays, everyone from Samsung to Lenovo to Asus to Acer has at least one or two to offer their eccentric customers.
Yo, audiophiles, yank them $200 “high-performance” headphones out of your ears, and listen up. Sprint has a little something, something for y’all in its Black Friday promotional build-up.
2014 hasn’t been the worst year in BlackBerry’s history, but the Canadian company’s recent product releases are yet to stabilize its struggling financials. Nor are we seeing any potential for a sudden reversal of fortune in the near future, although Passport sales have reportedly started on a high.
Android 5.0 has slowly made its way to (nearly) all Nexus family members, so naturally, Google Play Edition devices are next in line. Then, it should be the turn of Android One program participants to score Lollipop goodies. Shouldn’t it?