Looking back this was a pretty exciting week for Android users, specifically, for those carrying a Moto X and hoping to get Kit Kat. Motorola is making good on an earlier promise to have Android 4.4 available and those carrying a Verizon Wireless or T-Mobile Moto X received the update earlier in the week. The update recently began arriving for AT&T users as well
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Barely into 64-bit architecture, a new report suggests that ARM is working on 128-bit technology for release in 2014. The folks at ARM roundly dispute that claim, noting that the 64-bit chipsets currently entering the market are more than adequate.
According to a “leaked” document, the more recent Samsung devices may see Android 4.4 early next year. The Galaxy S4 and Note 3 are set to get the upgrade in January, while the Galaxy S3 and Note 2 may wait until April
The first CyanogenMod 10.2 Release Candidate builds have appeared on the get.cm website today. These are arriving as RC1 and at the present time we count support for nearly 15 devices. The support is expected to arrive for additional devices with time, but for now the list looks to consist mostly of HTC and Samsung as well as a few that are Nexus branded.
If the accompanying report is correct, what we’re looking at is the frame for the Samsung Galaxy S5. While that’s not necessarily a big deal — it’s just a frame, not the finished product — it does signify a departure for Samsung
People with tablets might want to use their devices to connect to the Internet from time to time but don’t want to be tied down to a full two-year contract. Verizon might just have the right thing with a new low-cost daily prepaid plan made especially for this type of mobile users. This daily prepaid plan starts at a very low price of $5, which gives the subscriber 300 MB of data
Benchmarking has become unreliable. What started as Samsung cheating on benchmark tests quickly morphed into just about everyone spiking their results, making us wonder if we were in the Android steroid era
It was back in August when Samsung announced the 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega would be heading to US carriers . Since that point we have seen the oversized smartphone launch with a few carriers including AT&T and US Cellular
In a rather low-key announcement, Verizon Wireless has announced the immediate availability of a pair of ‘mini’ Samsung devices.