Well, these images are creations that are based off of information we have received, just like every other “leak” you have seen over the last couple of weeks. With that said, we have confidence in presenting these in-house made renders of what we believe the Nexus 6, made by Motorola, will look like from the back in both white and black. (more…)
In an interview with The Canadian Press to promote his new book about Google and to announce a $1.5 million grant to Actua, Google’s Eric Schmidt talked through a number of wide ranging topics. Of course, we tend to focus on the mobile or Android-related stuff that Big “E” mentions from time to time, something he graced us with yet again. The interviewer asked Schmidt what his current phone was because Canadians like to talk about Blackberry still, and Schmidt has been a fan of Blackberry for years. While Eric admitted that he still carries around a Blackberry, he noted that his current phone is the “Motorola Razr X.”
Umm, what? (more…)
That title says just about all you need to know. Verizon has informed us that they are canceling plans to move forward with Network Optimization of unlimited data customers. In other words, Verizon is not going to slow down the data connection of customers with unlimited data plans who fall in the top 5% of the carrier’s data users. Instead, Verizon is going to focus on delivering exceptional mobile service to every customer, while continuing to work with industry players to make sure that you and I are receiving “world-class” mobile service.
The statement Verizon provided to us can be read in full below. (more…)
Despite Google’s obstinacy on the matter, a whopping 63% of our readers made it clear in our July poll that they considered SD card support an important factor in deciding on smartphones. That’s a pretty large number of people, one which Dropbox is apparently happy to accommodate. The company announced today an update that will bring an option to export files straight to SD cards. (more…)
Is that the Nexus 6 aka “Shamu” aka Willy-has-been-freed aka your-hand-needs-to-grow-in-the-next-month-if-you-like-Nexus-phones, in the wild? It could very well be. We see a similar form factor to the new Moto X, which the new Nexus is largely based off of. We see what appears to be an Android L “back” button. We have lowered volume and power buttons on the side. It looks huge (or does it?). Or maybe this person has small hands.
You tell us. (more…)
Only one week ago, Humble Bundle 8 was published to the web, and in true Humble fashion, more games have been added this morning. Humble Bundle 8 already featured a few awesome games, such as EPOCH 2, Doodle God, Doodle Devil, and Wave Wave, but for anyone who pays over the average price, more games are now yours. (more…)
Android 4.4.4 (KTU84P) factory images were released for almost all current Nexus devices back in June, with the Nexus 7 (2013) “mobile” being the only device left out of the fun. Here we are three months later and the factory images and binaries have finally been posted for the device. Feel free to grab them at the link below. (more…)