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Next Gen Hardware in 2015

Samsung Galaxy S EDGE All the hardware up to date has been fairly low end and average, with last gen hardware, such as limited RAM of up to 3GB and being DDR3, and mobile processors consisting of mostly Qualcomm’s Snapdragon, Samsung’s Exynos Processor Line up, and Mediatek’s MTK processors. But when will our smartphone’s hardware reach the next stage […] Continue reading →

Introduction to Google’s Project Ara

Project Ara concept sketch Smartphone software has always been a goal of every company out there; who can make devices with the best software.  But what’s software if it can’t take advantage of the hardware? Hardware is always being upgraded on phones, like new lines of processors, new generation of RAM, and better displays. One of the biggest drawbacks […] Continue reading →

Custom Roms and Cyanogenmod

CyanogenMod logo from the oneplus Android is a pretty dominant operating system in the smartphone market right now, with over 80% of all global smartphone shipments being android. A lot of new and old smartphone makers power their devices off the Android OS. Stock android is something android users have gotten pretty used to, or perhaps you’ve been used to Touchwiz, Samsung’s […] Continue reading →

This is Xposed framework

The ability to customize and personalize your device is something we know and love, most oftenly offered by the android operating system. Although the amount of mods and customizations we can apply to our android devices are countless, there are android users among us who are constantly searching for even more, and digging deeper. That […] Continue reading →

Android Updates: the Slow March of Progress

No one can accuse Google of resting on its laurels. As proprietor and developer of the world most popular mobile operating system, it would be fairly easy for the internet giant to leave well enough alone and simply provide modest, iterative updates to the platform with relatively few innovative, sometimes risky, features. Yet since September […] Continue reading →