Sony Will Give More Info On Android 4.4 KitKat Device Updates Next Week

If there’s one thing companies love is attention. Even if there’s nothing to announce, you’ll see comments and posts about stuff just to draw your attention to them. That’s why these days we have teasers for the teaser for the trailer of the announcement of a product (go ahead, I’ll give you a second to […]

If You Already Have A Nexus 5 Then You’re In Luck, Root Access Is Ready

Ever since Android 4.3 was launched with SELinux incorporated, a conversation began on the internet about root and whether it was still necessary or not. I tried every possible combination, stock Android with and without root and CyanogenMOD which comes pre-rooted. I found out that I can live perfectly in any of those scenarios, even […]

Where Is The Google Nexus 10 – 2013 Edition? Why Was It Not Launched?

So, the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat are finally here, we’re all very excited about them but something was missing here. Just like last year, there was no event just a Google+ post from Sundar Pichai and blog post. While many of was were expecting it to be this kind of announcement, almost everyone […]

Google Gets Sued By The Consortium That Outbid Them For The Nortel Patents

This may be filed under lawsuits, but I’m going to file it under fear. Some time ago, Google’s biggest rivals got together to outbid the Mountain View company in the acquisition of the Nortel Patents. Google was winning the bid with $4.4 billion but the consortium of companies outbid them with $4.5 billion, just enough […]

Google Adds App Indexing For A Better Search Experience

Above all, Google does search. Sure, they do all sort of different thing but above all they do search, it’s how they started and it’s what they do best so it’s not strange to see Google Search slowly becoming one of Android’s pillars. When they added Google Now, it became an amazing tool and the […]

AH Primetime: This Is Why Google Bought Motorola: Innovation

Google has been making all sorts of innovations in many different fields, from the obvious ones like the web or mobile platforms to some really strange ones like self-driving cars, clean energy, a cure for aging or getting internet to the whole world through balloons. The funny thing is, even if Google is a software […]

ZTE Announces A $79.99 Extended Warranty For The Nubia 5 And The Grand S

ZTE phones aren’t seen very often in the U.S. but the Chinese manufacturer has announced that they’ll bring the latest high-end devices to the U.S. market. These devices are the Nubia 5 and the Grand S, both are to be sold unlocked which is a bit of news by itself since ZTE has always been […]

AH Primetime: Google Needs To Step Up To The Plate With A Midrange Chromebook

Despite being a software and services company, Google is killing it with hardware. Everyone is lusting a Nexus 5, the Nexus 7 is selling like hotcakes, the Chromecast is the top electronic device sold in Amazon and Chromebooks are receiving more and more attention everyday. But Google is not yet trying to set the bar […]

Where Is Larry Page Trying To Take Google?

“Research has shown that people tend to overestimate the impact of technology in the short term … yet underestimate the scale of change longer term.” This is a phrase Larry Page said in Google’s earnings call, it was one of the first things he said which tells how important that is for him and for Google as […]

Microsoft Releases Remote Desktop To The Play Store; Surprisingly a Good Effort

Microsoft doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to Android apps but it looks like they’re learning to do it right, it’s also nice to see them giving something back. Microsoft released a new app to the Play Store (and to Apple’s App Store,too) aptly called Microsoft Remote Desktop. I don’t think I […]