Android L is going to be the biggest update to Android since possibly its inception. With L, Google is all set to address some of the weak points of Android including battery life, security and an inconsistent UI design.
HTC is one of many companies that has turned to splitting some of their apps away from the main software on their devices, making it possible for updates to get pushed out to those apps faster than ever before. The Gallery app is one of those, and it’s recently been updated to offer even better features for a pair of devices.
With multiple carriers to choose from all over the world, the best scenario would be that every flagship or hero device would launch on all of them. If not at the same time, then at least eventually. For any Sprint subscribers out there hoping that they’d be able to pick up Motorola’s new Moto X (which was announced earlier this month), the news isn’t too positive.
Along with the new Kindles, Amazon also announced a refresh of its Fire HD line-up of tablets. The new 6 and 7-inch Fire HD tablets come in five new colors, feature an HD display, a quad-core processor and Dolby Digital Plus, making it the most tempting tablet under $100.
Amazon announces the new Kindle Voyage with PagePress, Bumps the processing power and storage on other models
Amazon has just announced a refresh for its Kindle line-up of eReaders, which brings with them some much needed generational improvements. First in line is the new $79 Kindle that comes with a 20% faster processor, double the storage compared to its predecessor, and most importantly, a touch interface.
When the OnePlus One was initially announced, the company had teased ‘StyleSwap’ covers for the handset in a bunch of different materials including Denim, Kevlar and Bamboo. The covers were supposed to go on sale late last month or early in September, but that never happened.