We are another week into 2016, and we are inching that much closer to the goodness that is sure to come at MWC in February. Over the course of this week, we heard a few interesting tidbits. First, it was reported this week that HTC is to make two Nexus smartphones in 2016, which already has us pretty much flabbergasted. Could 2016 be the year of HTC’s triumphant return?
Next, Verizon introduced FreeBee Data, a sponsored data program, which leads us to believe that Verizon was not very happy about T-Mobile receiving so much flack recently and wanted to get in on the angry mob action. Nobody puts Verizon in a corner.
Other news includes Oracle claiming Google has made a revenue of $31 billion off of Android, we don’t think Saygus will ever ship the V2, and HTC may be holding off release of the One M10 until LG and Samsung dominate MWC.
If you missed any of this excitement, please take a moment to catch up on everything.
- Q&A Sessions: Volume 36 Answers
- Oracle claims Google has made $31 billion in revenue from Android.
- MWC: Sony set to host press event at MWC.
- HTC: Report claims HTC is to create two Nexus phones in 2016.
- HTC may wait until March to launch the One M10.
- Verizon not planning to bring back unlimited data plans.
- TAG Heuer: Here’s a look at the new watch faces for the TAG Connected.
- CDMA Robin smartphone shipments delayed a couple of months.
- Galaxy S7: Try to ignore these Galaxy S7 case spot holdings on Amazon.
- Use Nexus Imprint? Then you should check out this app.
- Should you crowdfund that smartphone? Heck no.
- Kickstarter finally launched its Android app, 3 years after the iOS launch.
- Will the Saygus V2 ever ship? We kinda doubt it.
- Verizon: Big Red intros FreeBee Data, a sponsored data program.
- WhatsApp is now 100% free.
- Google revamps weather layout in search results.
Next week, be on the lookout for Episode 100 of the Droid Life Show. It’s sure to be very special.