Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

In another twist of information leak, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is reportedly going to feature glass panels on both the front and back, with a metal band wrapped around the device. Sounds familiar, iPhone fans? Head on after the jump for more details on this news.

Continue reading... »

HTC One M9 Android smartphone device specs have been confirmed, and will launch alongside a brand new smartwatch from the company. More details can be found right here.

Continue reading... »

A new iPhone 6 knockoff has surfaced in China, and even though it’s not identical to the real thing, it’s not a bad clone either.

Continue reading... »

Users of Facebook Messenger will now see text previews of voice messages, assuming their account has had a magic switch flicked.

Continue reading... »

Samsung has long taken pride of place as the darling of high-end Android devices, but that status took a bit of a hiding last year with the emergence of Apple’s two new flagship smartphones. Poor sales of the Galaxy S5 early on in 2014 was worsened with the stuttering and delayed Galaxy Note 4, and as such, Sammy is very much back to the drawing board. Amid a flurry of reports and rumors flying around, it appears as though the Tizen maker’s next flagship will include a revised fingerprint sensor – one that’ll bear remnants of its major rival’s Touch ID.

Continue reading... »

Samsung Galaxy S6 Android smartphone specs have been confirmed by the company’s own website. More details, and what the device will carry under the hood can be found right here.

Continue reading... »

Rumors regarding HTC’s upcoming flagship smartphone – One M9 – have been hot lately, and we’ve been treated to a bunch of leaks regarding the device in the past few weeks. And now, it looks downright confirmed that HTC will be announcing its next big smartphone on March 1.

Continue reading... »

With Google now having killed its Glass wearable off following a less than successful year it seems that everyone is suddenly spouting that it was doomed from the start. Whether they’re just kicking Glass while it’s down or did truly possess the ability to see into the future is anybody’s guess, but one person inside Apple did apparently know that the writing was on the wall for what was a very ambitious project.

Continue reading... »

The Google Glass Explorer Program will end from next week, although this does not spell the end of the face computer’s development. In fact, it seems that the Big G is simply reshuffling the team and division in charge of the product in a move that should streamline Glass’s route to market.

Continue reading... »

So what do you get when you pack in an Android streaming device into a an extremely small package? Enter – the Mi Box mini from Xiaomi, a truly mini Android streaming device that looks exactly like your typical phone charger that can fit in any pocket. For a closer look at the product, head on after the jump.

Continue reading... »

Xiaomi, a fast-growing Chinese company with a knack for building cheap, powerful mobile products that sometimes closely resemble those designed by Apple, has just dropped two new flagships that tout a supremely high-end experience.

Continue reading... »

It’s been yet another busy day apps-wise for Google, and having rolled out a new Classroom app for iOS and Android users, the company has also taken the wraps off a major update to its Translate app. Notably, there’s a great new feature that can automatically translates words as they’re detected using a mobile device’s camera.

Continue reading... »

The education market serves as an attractive prospect to enterprising companies like Apple and Google, and the latter has just rolled out a new ‘Classroom’ app for iOS and Android. The mobile app does require a Google Apps for Education account, but provided you can meet this prerequisite, details and download links can be found below.

Continue reading... »

Google’s Android gets plenty of unwanted recognition for attracting malware, but given that it’s used by more than one billion of the world’s population while being famously open source, it’s an inevitability that comes with the territory. The search company behind the ubiquitous mobile software faces a constant battle to ensure that security holes are fixed, bugs are squished and malicious attacks are thwarted, we’re led to believe, yet according to a new report, the Big G has stopped pushing WebView updates that may leave some 900 million users susceptible to attack.

Continue reading... »

Xiaomi, the Chinese electronics company that has enjoyed a rapid rise to prominence, has been called out on numerous occasions for quite blatantly ripping off products of major brands, namely Apple. But in an incredible move, Xiaomi has turned and warned customers off purchasing products that copy its own – a very ironic twist that shows an incredible amount of audacity.

Continue reading... »

The Galaxy A7 smartphone from Samsung has been announced, and it is being touted as one of the slimmest phones ever from the Korean electronics giant. Cladded in metal, we take a closer look at what makes this phone different from what we’ve become accustomed to from Samsung.

Continue reading... »

This app is arguably the best running and fitness tracker for iPhone and Android, and has gone free for a limited period of time. More details and download links can be found right here.

Continue reading... »

Three former Google employees have just released a tablet which borrows design elements from Microsoft’s Surface line of tablets and that’s not where the similarities end. We take a closer look at the tablet, right after the jump.

Continue reading... »

Sometimes we can’t help but fear for the future of this planet, and not just because of important things like wars and famine. Sometimes something becomes a craze that has us questioning our very being, and we can offer nothing more than a shake of the head and a glance back to better times.

Continue reading... »

Three months since its release, Android 5.0 Lollipop is running on almost less than 0.1% of devices which received the update, says Google itself. For those who have been following Android closely since it was first released, this news shouldn’t be too surprising. More on this right after the jump.

Continue reading... »

Subscribe To Redmond Pie

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on YouTube