HTC One M8 Receives ‘Eye Experience’ Update in Canada Tomorrow

eye experienceLast month, HTC unveiled their Desire Eye device, along with their new ‘Eye Experience’ update, which they said would be coming soon. If you are in Canada and own a carrier branded HTC One M8, the wait is over. As announced, starting 9AM PST, the update will start rolling out to devices on Rogers, Telus and Bell. Read More

HTC Made Nexus 9 Announced

nexus9It seems HTC is back in the Nexus game, as Google just announced the Nexus 9, manufactured by HTC, being it’s second Nexus device after the original HTC Dream. The device’s body ratio somewhat resembles one you’d find on an iPad. It boasts a beastly Tegra K1 Processor for a super fluid general and gaming experience. The WiFi version has internal storage of wither 16, or 32GB, whereas the 4G LTE version comes with 32 GB. Read More

The Next-Gen Nexus 6 Is Here

nexus6frontGoogle’s answer to the iPhone 6 is here. Every year, Google teams up with a manufacturer to build their next generation Nexus device, generally known for their high end specs, vanilla Android experience and faster updates, and their significantly low pricing options. This year, Google chose Motorola, the company that it acquired and is now selling to Lenovo, to make the Nexus 6. Read More

Google’s Android L Teaser

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Google’s Android YouTube page has just put up a short video, teasing at the name of their upcoming Android ‘L’ and hinting that it is, in fact, coming quite soon. The video shows people dressed up as different food items beginning with the letter ‘L’, namely Lemon Meringue Pie, Lava Cake, Lady Finger, and Lemon Drop, waiting to audition for the role of Android L’s name, only to realize that there is someone already inside the casting room with an ongoing session. Lollipop, perhaps? Read More

Google Leaks Ads, Hints At Nexus 6 And 9

nexus 6Google has apparently accidentally ‘leaked’ three video ads, advertising and hinting at their long rumored upcoming Nexus 6 device. The videos were all short and had different Android characters, with the theme revolving around the phrase ‘Be there together, not the same’, claiming that there was a device for everybody. These were originally discovered by Christian Kolocho, and while they have since then been removed, you can obviously find them on the internet, namely on YouTube. Read More

Microsoft Releases ‘Analog Keyboard’ For Android Wear

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Microsoft has just released a keyboard for Android Wear devices, but instead of the usual design this ‘Analog Keyboard’, as they’re calling it, will let you draw characters on your screen which will then be converted into text. For now, this keyboard only supports square displays with a 320×320 resolution, as well as the Moto 360′s round display. Read More