We enjoy using Chrome OS on a regular basis here at Android Central, and we want even more people to get a chance to use Google’s other operating system from time to time. We’ve given away our fair share of Android devices, and now’s your chance to pick up an HP Chromebox for yourself. It’s a compact, efficient and relatively powerful little machine that has a variety of uses, so we want to know how you’d [Read More...]
Everyone has come to love finding the easter egg that Google hides in their OS. From the dessert box in KitKat, to the jelly bean fling in Jelly Bean, and so on. Well, they aren’t stopping with Android Lollipop.
Below you see what you’ll find hidden in the settings currently on the Android Lollipop Developer Preview. It is a flappy bird clone, or flappy droid! [Read More...]
Google Play Music will soon get an update that integrates technology from Songza, purchased by Google earlier this year. The update will give users access to thousands of curated playlists that are presented to you based on the time of day, activities, and more.
If you’re the type that gets excited for a package to arrive, watching your shipment progress like a kid tracking Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, you may not be ready to handle the epic awesomeness that is Loot Crate. Sure, we’d love for you to be a part of the first-ever subscription service for the comic/gamer lifestyle. We just don’t want to be responsible when your [Read More...]
It’s been a long and winding road to get to this point, but we’re finally approaching the day where you’ll be able to pre-order a OnePlus One without an invite. That day is Monday, October 27th — one week from today. The Cyanogen-powered Android handset officially launched back in late April, so it really has been a long road… and we’re not even looking at general availability yet.
AT&T will begin to sell the 6-inch Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 smartphone in its retail stores and on its website October 24 for $ 149.99 with a two year contract or $ 474.99 with no contract.
Sprint has today announced an update for the LG G2, bringing the build version up to ZVE. It’s not a massive upgrade for affected G2 owners on Sprint, much like the previous release, but there are a number of improvements included:
According to Chinese certification agency TENAA, Huawei is set to launch a 64-bit entry-level handset to take on the likes of the Redmi Note in the country. Dubbed the Honor 4X, the device is listed with a 5.5-inch 720p and a Snapdragon 410 CPU.
Sick of fussing around with an auxiliary cable? Want to just get in the car and have your music and podcasts play without wires? TuneLink Auto is your ticket. Crystal clear sound quality with auto-pair functionality makes this a great option for drivers who want to cut the cord. Bring your car up to date for under $ 100 (Prime eligible) and enjoy the world [Read More...]
After rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop last week, Google is in the process of updating its apps with the new Material Design layout, which in the case of Gmail involves the addition of Outlook and Yahoo account support along with the visual overhaul.