Google Launches 3 Nexus Devices: 6, 9, and Player

On Wednesday, Google unveiled some major new products and software. After months of speculation, it was revealed the the latest Android, until Wednesday "Android L," is Android 5.0 Lollipop. On top of that, Google also revealed the newest additions to the Nexus line of smartphones and tablets: The Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9. Even [...]

HTC’s First Android Tablet In 3 1/2 Years Coming Soon

When HTC unveiled the HTC Flyer tablet to coincide with CTIA conference in 2011 many Android analysts thought it was a game changer. With new pen technology, later perfected by Samsung, it seemed that the answer to the iPad was being built by HTC. That was hardly the case. Now, in HTC's truly rebuilding year, [...]

Samsung and Android Take Credit For iPhone 6 Plus

I used to be on that bandwagon, in fact I used to lead it. Many of our loyal readers have been reading me since late 2006. That was when reports about a Google phone had just begun to surface and I created Fast forward to 2014 and I sold Thedroidguy in 2011 and abruptly [...]

Google Is Making Android Wear More Useable

Smartwatches are finally taking off. For a while now, Pebble has been leading the pack in popularity since their initial Kickstarter campaign back in 2012. Now though, more and more companies are releasing smart watches and it looks like Google's Android Wear is starting to make an impact. Tomorrow, we're halfway expecting an announcement from [...]

Drawp The Simple Award Winning Classroom Management App Comes To Android

Drawp is one of the easiest apps to use for classroom management. Born out of a unique art app for kids with an amazing art engine and an incredibly easy to use sharing system, Drawp for School takes that same functionality and spreads it across the classroom. With Drawp For School a teacher can use [...]

Samsung Galaxy Avant Launches On T-Mobile With Kit Kat On Board

Samsung Galaxy Avant T-Mobile The line between high end Android phones and mid-range phones continues to get blurrier and blurrier. Just three years ago getting a medium range Android meant horrible buttons, horrible lag and horrible graphics. Those days are gone. Now, today's midrange phones carry yesterday's high end specs and with the amount of [...]

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Google Play Store Gets A Makeover And It’s Rolling Out Now

If you've been with Android since the beginning you've seen their app store go through a plethora of changes. Of course the most significant was the change from Android Market to Google Play. But over the past two years or so, the Google Play store has looked pretty much the same. It's a functional online [...]

Doh Looks Like HTC May Have Leaked It’s Own AndroidWear Smartwatch

HTC Leaks Smartwatch HTC was at one time the hottest thing in Android phones. HTC was responsible for the flagship G1 the first "Google" Android phone that hit the market. After a slight downturn in 2011 and 2012 it appears that HTC is back full throttle with Android. Their HTC One M8 is one of [...]

Total POM Goes Android

Total POM the complete tracking system on crowdfunding site Kickstarter, has just five days to go. To date it's the tracking and monitoring system that we have the most faith in, why, because it was created by Eco Tracking, a company that''s been in the tracking business for years. Also, Total POM isn't just about [...]

This Is Going To Hurt: Google To Remove “Free” From Freemium Android Apps

I'm not sure where the disconnect is. We have a six year old daughter who has had an iPad mini since she was five and she's had some kind of connected since she was three. Coming from my days as Thedroidguy, she's used both Android and iOS devices. And to date, we've never had a [...]