Monthly Archive: July 2016

Marshmallow finally reaches the U.S. Honor 5X 0

Marshmallow finally reaches the U.S. Honor 5X

Owners of the Honor 5X in the United States were pleasantly surprised this morning to find out that a special software update is rolling out beginning today. What’s in store? A boost to Android...

Sony Xperia X review: The most expensive mid-range phone ever 0

Sony Xperia X review: The most expensive mid-range phone ever

Sony announced a brand new line of Xperia phones this year, replacing the Xperia Z line that we all shared a love/hate relationship with. Now we have the Xperia X series of devices, which includes the...

Google’s Android security update for July targets large number of issues 0

Google’s Android security update for July targets large number of issues

Against the backdrop of news about the HummingBad malware infecting Android devices, Google has released their monthly security update for July. The latest batch of patches addresses over 100 issues, many of them in...

T-Mobile’s Legere lights up Twitter after Verizon’s big announcement 0

T-Mobile’s Legere lights up Twitter after Verizon’s big announcement

Earlier today Verizon made it official that the company was changing their data plans once again. According to the carrier, which rides the strength and breadth of its network despite the cost for customers,...

Google acquires image recognition firm Moodstocks 0

Google acquires image recognition firm Moodstocks

In joint announcements by Moodstocks and Google’s French office, the search giant will be acquiring Moodstocks in a deal to obtain the company’s visual recognition technology. Moodstocks has been working to develop “on-device image recognition,”...