As a pest control technician, I have to drive everywhere, so car chargers are very important for me. With The iClever Dual USB Car Charger, I can now quickly charge my devices as I drive from A to B.
The dual charger has a slick design that allows you to charge up to two devices at the same time. It has a relatively small profile, making it fit easily into any power outlet your vehicle has, without poking out too [Read More…]
As our demand for wireless technology increases, so does our need to charge our new devices. With the iClever 4 port USB desktop charger, you can easily charge all your devices.
The iClever desktop charger plugs right into your wall, making it super easy to charge any four devices at once. It also features Smart I.D. technology, enabling it to instantly recognize the type of device and then charge it as fast as your device will allow. Now, this [Read More…]
ColorOS is OPPO’s flavor of Android and to say the least it’s rather heavy and much like other Chinese OEM versions of Android it takes a lot of its design cues from iOS. In their defense, that’s the type of thing that sells well in the Chinese smartphone market but when it comes to western markets, that’s not as popular of a choice. This week OPPO announced what they’re calling “Project Spectrum;” a near-stock version of Android that will be [Read More…]
Cyanogen has unveiled a sampling of their plans for 2016, featuring a few ambitious ideas to gain some footing in the mobile market.
The company behind the uber-popular Android custom software-maker, CyanogenMod, posted a tweet from their presentation at Big Android BBQ Amsterdam, outlining their road map for the new year.
Most prominently, Cyanogen is planning to include their CyanogenOS firmware in a number of entry-level smartphones.
What’s in store in 2016 for @cyngn… Via @cyanogen pic.twitter.com/ajfGoPBGqs
— CyanogenMod (@CyanogenMod) [Read More…]
Google has again released an update on the distribution numbers for each version of Android, with Lollipop rising by another 2.1 percent, and Marshmallow making its first appearance on the chart. The new numbers show that Marshmallow is on 0.3 percent of devices, and Lollipop is now installed on 25.6 percent of active Android devices. This is up from 23.5 percent last month. KitKat is down a little again, from 38.9 percent to 37.8 percent, and Jelly [Read More…]
10 questions with Ron Louks, the man leading the charge behind the Priv by BlackBerry, the company’s first Android handset
Already available for pre-order, the BlackBerry Priv begins shipping on November 6th. For BlackBerry, the launch of this Android-powered slider is a BIG deal. For the first time in the company’s long history of building smartphones, BlackBerry is shipping a device that doesn’t feature a proprietary operating system built in-house. Instead, they have committed to Android, a move that [Read More…]
The November security update for Android has now been released by Google, and that means it’s time for the updates to start hitting Nexus devices right away. But if you’d rather update yourself via the factory image from Google instead of waiting for the OTA to arrive, we have your covered here.
With plenty of different portable charging solutions, finding the right one can be tough to come by. Usually, you’ll see a review, and check one out, or maybe you’ll see a flash sale and grab one then. Regardless, a portable charger is one of the most quintessential items to carry with you throughout your travels.
Today we have a great deal from an extremely reliable company. Chances are, if you’ve been following AndroidGuys for some time, you’ve probably heard of ZeroLemon. [Read More…]
Yota Devices definately wants to sell more of its two-screen YotaPhones, and it has secured a way for this to actually happen. The Hong Kong-based REX Global has bought a 64.9 percent share of the Russia-based Yota Devices, and REX is committed to investing at least $ 50 million in the company.
The recently-teased redesign of the Google Play Store sure looks nice, and now it’s starting to arrive on devices. The new design will immediately catch your eye as it’s a pretty sizable departure from the last design, with prominent tabs in the main interface for “Apps & Games” and then “Entertainment.”
Entertainment of course has sub-sections for Movies & TV, Music, Books and Newsstand, while the Apps & Games tab has separate sections for top charts, games, [Read More…]