Developers, Google is increasing the size of APK files that you can upload to Google Play to 100MB. This doubles the previous 50MB limit, giving you the opportunity to speed up the install process for your customers. (more…)
Update: Ignore. Ignore. Ignore. Someone doesn’t know how CM themes work. That said, Google, please make this change. (more…)
Following the Nexus 5X’s appearance at the FCC on Friday, the bigger, more premium brother has done the same in preparation for tomorrow’s event. Yep, the Nexus 6P has arrived. Not that this FCC document is giving us much in the way of new information, thanks to that mega leak that showed up over the weekend, but still, it’s nice to see the phone become official and ready for launch.
So what do we know now? A couple of things. (more…)
Yesterday morning, someone leaked a Nexus 6P training/reviewing guide to reddit and it contains just about every single detail you could have asked for. Outside of price and the specific launch day (which we think is October 5), we know it all now. This guide is about as detailed as it gets with specs, marketing speak for the camera and fingerprint sensor, and how this phone takes advantage of Android 6.0 features. It’s pretty intense.
Ready to know all there is to know about the Huawei Nexus 6P? (more…)
Blackberry Priv, like give. That’s the proper way of saying “Priv.” We now know, which is good because even after a 5-minute conversation on the matter during today’s DL Show, we were 100% wrong. Dammit. We thought Priv as in leave or sleeve. Silly Android people from the US, you know nothing.
Anyways, I bring it up because Blackberry CEO John Chen did a little hands-on song and dance with the phone today through Canadian news outlet, BNN. It’s awkward, to say the least, but also quite comical and incredibly awesome, because I don’t think he even knows how to use it. (more…)
This morning, during its Q2 earnings called, Blackberry announced/confirmed that it will launch a “flagship” phone powered by Android that is called the “Priv.” The Priv, as you probably already figured out, is the Venice slider that has leaked over and over and over and over again.
Blackberry said that this “flagship” Priv brings together “the best of Blackberry security and productivity with the expansive mobile application ecosystem available on the Android platform.” They are hoping that, during a time where your privacy seems to always be under threat, they can attract you to this device that will hopefully keep you snuggly warm and safe. (more…)
Did you miss out on yesterday’s Nexus 6 deal that featured the 32GB version of the phone for $299? If the device is still of interest, even though the new Nexus phones will be here next week, consider the deal on the 64GB model through Expansys that just arrived in our inbox. At $369, you can have the Nexus whale in either blue or white.
The version available is model XT1103, which is the version intended for use in North America.