Moto G in the UK reportedly receiving update to Android 4.4.4 KitKat, new features included

Moto G in the UK reportedly receiving update to Android 4.4.4 KitKat, new features included

While the Android 4.4.4 KitKat update hasn’t always meant a ton of new features for many devices out there in the market, at least the ones lucky enough to get the update so far, when it comes to Motorola-branded handsets, this particular upgrade is certainly worthwhile. For Moto G owners in the United Kingdom, it looks like today could be your lucky day.

HTC releases the Sense keyboard on the Play Store

HTC releases the Sense keyboard on the Play Store

Publishing their proprietary apps on Google Play is one of the best moves some Android manufacturers have made in recent times, allowing them to separate these apps from the system and update them independently of software updates. HTC released a few of its Sense 6 apps from the HTC One M8 earlier this year, and today the Taiwanese manufacturer is following up by putting the Sense keyboard on the Play Store.

Nvidia unveils the Shield tablet and gamepad with Twitch streaming

Nvidia unveils the Shield tablet and gamepad with Twitch streaming

Not to be deterred by the failure of its first portable handheld gaming device — the Shield – Nvidia has gone ahead and announced its successor but with a slight twist. This time the Shield has grown into a full blown 8-inch tablet and is accompanied with a game controller. 

LG G3 S (G3 Beat) goes up for pre-order in the UK for £299

LG G3 S (G3 Beat) goes up for pre-order in the UK for £299

LG recently announced the LG G3 Beat, the smaller and more humble version of its latest flagship. The phone has already gone up for sale in South Korea, and now, it seems ready to take on international markets, as a UK retailer is now taking pre-orders for the device.

Xiaomi’s Mi Band is a $13 fitness and sleep tracker

Xiaomi’s Mi Band is a $13 fitness and sleep tracker

Along with the Mi 4, Xiaomi also unveiled a tracking band — the Mi Band — at a ridiculously low price of $13. The company’s first wearable can monitor your fitness and track your sleep levels, and can also act as an alarm.

It lacks any kind of screen though and only has 3 LEDs on its surface to indicate users of any new notifications on their smartphone.

Xiaomi Mi 4 with a 5-inch display, Snapdragon 801 processor and 13MP camera goes official

Xiaomi Mi 4 with a 5-inch display, Snapdragon 801 processor and 13MP camera goes official

Xiaomi today announced its fourth generation flagship handset for 2014 — the Mi 4. The handset offers top-of-the-line specs at an extremely low price point. 

LG G Watch review: A glimpse into the (near) future

LG G Watch review: A glimpse into the (near) future

It’s very easy to be dismissive of the LG G Watch and its other Android Wear stablemates, mid 2014. They’re easy targets, bulky on the wrist, with hardware that’s demonstrably sub-optimal and with functionality that usually stops short of seamless. But don’t be fooled. The G Watch – or at least whatever follows it – is set to make a major impact on your life and the lives of your friends and colleagues. But don’t write the smartphone off – the ‘smartwatch’ is completely and utterly joined at the hip to its ‘host’ Android phone, so you’ll need both.

LG G3 with Snapdragon 805 chipset announced in South Korea

LG G3 with Snapdragon 805 chipset announced in South Korea

Just a month after Samsung unveiled a Snapdragon 805 powered Galaxy S5, LG has gone ahead and announced a Snapdragon 805 powered variant of the LG G3 as well.

Google explains the benefits of KNOX integration in Android L

Google explains the benefits of KNOX integration in Android L

Last month at I/O, Google had announced that it was teaming up with Samsung to integrate the latter’s KNOX enterprise solution to Android. Today, Google has provided more details about the KNOX integration in Android L and how it will help Enterprise and IT users.

Galaxy Tab S deformed back cover a manufacturing defect, says Samsung

Galaxy Tab S deformed back cover a manufacturing defect, says Samsung

Last week, a Russian website reported that the back of the Galaxy Tab S 8.5 were deforming due to overheating issues. Today, Samsung has released an official statement on this matter saying that the deformation is being caused due to a defective back cover and has nothing to do with the device overheating.