Android Police

News

20,043 articles
...

[New Game] THE aMAZEing Labyrinth Board Game Finds Its Way Into The Play Store 25 Years After The Search First Began

Few activities can bring friends and family together as quickly as an afternoon gathered around a good board game, but unfortunately, it's still socially awkward to be that person walking around with a box tucked under his or her arm all the time. Luckily, this is 2014, and all you need is a smartphone or tablet to be equally prepared. Another board game, THE aMAZEing Labyrinth, has made its way onto Google Play, giving you just what you need to entertain others any time, any place.

Read More
...

Verizon's Ellipsis 7 Getting Pretty Big OTA Update, Brings Improved Data Connectivity, Better Battery Life, And More

If you were one of the four, maybe five people who picked up Verizon's self-branded Ellipsis tablet, then a journey to the settings menu is probably in order. Why? Because Big Red is sending an OTA to the device that brings a handful of useful changes. Here's a look at the changelog:

image

  • Verizon 4G LTE data connectivity 
  • Mobile Hotspot User Experience and Connectivity 
  • Wireless connectivity 
  • Image quality when using the camera 
  • Battery life 
  • SIM Card Activation experience improvements 
  • Added support for Prepaid Plans 
  • Added feature to allow editing of the APN name for Private IP 
  • Option to configure camera to store photos and videos on an external SD card that can be purchased separately. 
  • Added option for end users to move all applications to tablet space manually except for the preloaded apps. 
  • Improved the UI notification for low memory condition

See?

Read More
...

Sprint Introduces 40 New Markets To Its 4G LTE Network, Bringing The Total Number Up To 340

Sprint Spark support is gradually rolling out to some of the carrier's devices, but there is something to be said for learning how to walk before learning how to run. Large swaths of the US still do not have access to Sprint's LTE network at any speed. Consider the state of Ohio, which until now has only had one city (Salem) on the complete list of supported areas, and that location only joined just last month.

Read More
...

LG G Flex And Optimus F3Q QWERTY Slider Coming To T-Mobile On February 5th

If you've been holding your breath for LG's curved, flexible G Flex and... well, the somewhat less remarkable Optimus F3Q to come to Magenta, then you won't have to wait much longer. T-Mobile announced this morning that both smartphones will be available starting on February 5th online and at retailers. The G Flex will cost $672 ($28 a month on T-Mobile's two-year payment plan), while the budget QWERTY slider will cost $312 ($13 for 24 months).

Read More
...

Microsoft Rebrands SkyDrive As OneDrive After Losing Trademark Battle

You know what product has a really good name? SkyDrive. It's clean, unique, and it conjures up the image of what it does – cloud storage. Well, now it's OneDrive, because everything is One-something now. It's not entirely Microsoft's fault, though – it's a trademark thing.

Read More
...

Android 4.4 Builds For AT&T's Galaxy S4 And Galaxy Note 3 Leaked On XDA Developers

Samsung has been gradually rolling out the KitKat software update for international models of the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 over the last couple of weeks. But surprisingly, it looks like at least one American carrier is eager to get Android 4.4 on the latest Samsung flagships as well. Noted XDA Developers forum member Designgears has posted official leaked builds of KitKat for AT&T's variants of the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 - you can download and flash them right now.

Read More
...

The Red Nexus 5 Surfaces In Leaked Photos, May Actually Be A Real Thing [Update: More Pics]

Google has long offered Nexus devices in black, with only occasional white options. The Nexus 5 is the first one that has been available in both colors from the start. Perhaps because of this, rumors of different colors for the Nexus 5 have been circulating for a while now, but a new cache of photos is the best evidence yet that a red version of Google's flagship is on the way.

Read More
...

Sprint Announces LG G2 OTA Update Enabling Sprint Spark Bands And The Accompanying Spinning Status Bar Icon

Sprint's mobile data is typically not the first, or the second, or even the third to come to mind when looking for a zippy connection in the US, but the company is looking to change this impression with its new tri-band LTE network, more memorably known as Sprint Spark. Unfortunately, only a limited number of the carrier's phones are able to take advantage of this new capability, with some of them requiring an OTA before they're ready.

Read More
...

LG Korea Confirms G Pro 2 Will Be Announced Next Month, Probably At Mobile World Congress

LG used to be a second rate Android OEM, but the last few years have been good to the Korean company. After making the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 for Google, its own "G" line of flagship phones have been more successful. Everyone has been wondering if the successor to last year's LG Optimus G Pro would be coming soon, and LG Korea just spilled the beans on its social news site – the G Pro 2 will indeed be unveiled next month.

Read More
...

PowerUp 3.0 Finishes Kickstarter Campaign With $1.2 Million, Will Ship First Packages In Late February

Successful doesn't even begin to describe the recently concluded Kickstarter campaign for the PowerUp 3.0. This smartphone-controlled paper airplane was only seeking $50,000 in funding, but has knocked it out of the park with more than $1.2 million in pledges. The Android control app was unlocked at the $150,000 stretch goal, but more has been added since then, and the first lucky backers will be getting their rewards as soon as next month.

Read More
Page 744 of 2,005«First...10...742743744745746...750...Last»
Quantcast