Diehard HTC fans based in the U.S.: Here’s your chance to snag a One M9 early ahead of the official April 10 release.
Starting on March 27 at 12:01 a.m. ET, customers will be able to buy HTC’s new flagship One M9 directly from the company’s website for $649.
The One M9 sold online will be unlocked and work on any carrier. It’ll come in silver/gold and gunmetal gray.
Each purchase comes with HTC’s Uh Oh Protection. The…
In just 18 months, Cyanogen Inc., the commercial arm of the popular CyanogenMod Android variant, has raised over $110 million
The latest round was for a whopping $80 million, and included investors such as Twitter Ventures, Qualcomm and Rupert Murdoch
Investors are betting on Cyanogen because they believe it has the best shot at being the third biggest mobile OS, after Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS.
But wait, you’re saying….
What’s tall, thin and has a nice curved back?
I’m not talking about a supermodel. I’m talking about Xiaomi’s flagship Mi Note smartphone. The hottest Chinese company on the planet with a $46 billion valuation is eating Samsung’s lunch and gunning for Apple.
Founded in 2010 by serial entrepreneur and angel investor Lei Jun, Xiaomi (pronounced shao-me, not zao-me or zee-oh-me), is now one of the…
Incoming search terms:
Google has announced Android Auto is now available in compatible cars across the United States, UK and Australia
Android Auto is a system that works with an Android 5.0+ device and a car’s head unit or infotainment system to allow a driver to call, get directions, listen to music and a range of other functions
According to a statement by the company, the first integrated units available in the U.S. are Pioneer’s AVIC-8100NEX,…
The effort to blend traditional Swiss watchmaking with Silicon Valley technology continues with one of the biggest heavy hitters out of Switzerland.
Luxury timepiece company TAG Heuer, which has been making watches for 155 years, announced a smartwatch that runs on Google’s Android Wear software and powered by an Intel chip on Thursday at Baselworld, the international watch exhibition in Switzerland
The companies are calling it the first is…
Yes, we know there are fake Apple Watch devices available for sale in China, online and at certain tech conferences, but what’s behind the veneer of imitation smartwatch deception?
Do the insides of these cleverly crafted shams live up to the finely hewn artistry of Apple’s internal case designs? We have yet to get our hands on the real Apple Watch, but one person cracked open one of the faux Apple Watches to see what was inside — and it isn’t pretty.
Google just made changes to its Play Store policies that will affect every Android developer.
Android developers now have to wait for apps to be approved by Google after they submit them to the Play Store.
Previously, Google didn’t have an approval process for new apps and only reviewed apps if they were reported for violating its policies. The new measures have been in effect for several months, Google said, assuring developers it hasn’t slowed…
When speaking about their software, Adobe engineers often reference something called “Photoshop magic.” The idea refers to the underlying tech that powers its popular image-editing software and mobile apps.
Now Adobe is bringing its “Photoshop magic” to two new mobile apps that have nothing to do with image editing: Acrobat Mobile and Fill and Sign, both of which help users create and edit PDFs on the go.