Bringing the former Motorola CEO back to run hardware might well be the jump-start Google needs to finally have a proper hardare division.
We’re now just two weeks out from Google I/O 2016. And this one bit of news has me pretty excited. Not for the developer conference itself, I guess, but for Google’s future as a hardware company.
That’s one area it’s never managed to get right. Services? Sure. But getting those services into [Read More…]
The HTC 10 is now available in Canada. The Taiwanese company’s latest flagship was announced earlier this month for the Canadian market, where we learned Bell would be an exclusive carrier partner until the end of June.
As we reported earlier this week, Bell is selling the HTC 10 for an eye-watering $ 349.99 on a 2-year contract, and $ 899.99 outright, which comes in slightly lower than HTC’s own price of $ 999.99 for the unlocked [Read More…]
The story of carrier bloat is as old as Android itself. When AT&T had the exclusive on the iPhone, Verizon and the other carriers had to answer with something that could compete. It’s actually a curious thought as to whether Android would have grown like it did in the US had the iPhone not been
With Mother’s Day nigh and high around the corner, it’s inevitable to see some great deals pop up just in time to treat your loved one. One of these fantastic offers is from HTC, slashing the prices of their high-end A9 and M9 smartphones by a great deal. You can save over $ 110 on each
The days where we walk into a carrier store to purchase a subsidized smartphone are fading. This trend, bundled with the aggressive prices that we’re beginning to see in unlocked phones, makes purchasing a phone full price a more viable option. Carriers will tell you that you are getting a discount when you sign up
Some of the deals that pass through the ranks here at AndroidGuys are focused on improving your life through various courses. These courses can lead to new career opportunities, and which in turn, could lead you to the perfect job that you’ve always been looking for. Today’s deal is no different. The Stone River Academy
Given its popularity and advertising in recent months, I wound up being assigned to review Game of War, by developer Machine Zone, Inc. I had downloaded it in the past and tried it out. It wasn’t my cup of tea, so I uninstalled it and moved on. This time, I decided I would give it
The HTC-built Nexus 9 tablet is no longer available from the Google Store. The 8.9-inch tablet, which originally launched in October 2014, has been replaced by Google’s Pixel C as the flagship Android tablet.
Of course, if you really want the Nexus 9, a number of other retailers are still carrying the tablet. HTC is still offering it, while you can also grab it from Amazon for $ 320 for the 16GB version.
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Maybe you’ve gotten a taste of Android and like it enough to consider switching, or maybe a rabid fanboy finally convinced you that your life is meaningless without Android (unlikely). In any case, we’re here to help you make the switch as painlessly as possible. Unfortunately, Apple hasn’t made any of its apps available on
Unlocked smartphones are definitely gaining popularity and for good reason – they free you up from financing plans and two-year contracts. If you’re looking for a new smartphone B&H has you covered. Why unlocked? Whereas a lot of today’s flagship models tend to run in the $ 500-$ 600 range or higher, there’s an awful lot of smartphone