Friday has finally arrived, which means it is time for us to go catch some of this sunny weather. It’s been a long week, and we will leave you with plenty of reading material to catch up on, including our full HTC One (M8) review. If you haven’t made your decision on which device to buy yet, you will definitely want to check that out.
This week was also filled with news surrounding the Galaxy S5, which is now available across the world. We unboxed and went hands-on with one for all of you, and a full review for it should be up soon.
In addition to the flagship phones, this week was made full thanks to Facebook’s announcement of removing all messaging from the official application, Dropbox’s release of Mailbox for Android, a leak from Sprint which details the LG G3’s specifications, concluded by the unfortunate news that the Nabu smartband has been delayed due to allergy testing.
If you missed any of the goods, check out the highlights from this week below.
- Watch: The Droid Life Show – Episode 55 [Subscribe]
- Review: HTC One (M8)
- Video: Unboxing and hands-on tour with the Galaxy S5.
- How to: Set up fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S5.
- How to: Set up Toolbox on the Galaxy S5.
- Too much bloatware on your new Galaxy S5? Here’s how to fix that.
- Google I/O registration pushed back to April 15-18.
- Facebook to remove all chat from official app, forcing users to download Facebook Messenger.
- New report suggests Amazon is working on a phone capable of 3D hologram-like visuals.
- Leaked info from Sprint reportedly confirms LG G3 specs.
- Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint decide to kill off Download Booster on Galaxy S5.
- Verizon sneakily disables Galaxy S5 PayPal fingerprint payment support.
- Razer delays shipping developer previews of Nabu smartband.
- Anyone can buy Google Glass and enter Explorer program on April 15, still priced at $1500.
- Dropbox’s Mailbox email client now available for Android.
- Impossible Road released for Android, almost as frustrating as Angry Birds.
- LG’s Android Wear G Watch said to be coming in July, priced at under $300.
- S-Off comes to most variants of the HTC One (M8).
Have a great weekend, everyone!