A new report suggests that Verizon will have temporary exclusivity on the Moto S smartphone after it is launched in the coming weeks. For those unaware, the Moto S is the company’s own version of the Nexus 6 but with some added Motorola features. The smartphone has already been spotted in leaks before, so its existence is not really a surprise. There’s no word on whether the Moto S will be brought to world markets, but since Motorola’s ambitions stretch far beyond the U.S. now, we’re guessing it won’t be...

We recently came across a convincing looking press render of the Motorola Nexus 6. However, it only gave us a glimpse of the front of the smartphone. This new leak on the other hand shows us what the device looks like from the back as well. Unsurprisingly, it’s a lot like the Moto X but with an enlarged exterior to accommodate for the screen size. There’s a horizontal Nexus marker as well, much like we see on the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7. These renders also confirm the rearranged power and volume keys, so it’s perfectly...

  After numerous complaints from both customers and the FCC, Verizon has announced that they are canceling their plans to throttle users who still have grandfathered unlimited plans during times of peak traffic. Verizon’s original plan was to throttle the top 5 percent unlimited LTE data users. This was anyone who still had unlimited data with LTE, was not in contract, and used more than 4.7 GB per month. Naturally, customers were not a fan of this idea and complained about “net neutrality” and similar topics....

Welcome to the 23rd part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S2. Now I know most of you might say that this is already an old device however we are still covering this extensively since we still receive a lot of emails from our readers regarding this model. This might be due to the fact that support for this model is now very limited and due to its age several issues are already showing up. In this part, we will be tackling some of the latest issues sent to us by our readers since part 22 was released. If...

While the Sony Xperia Z3 has barely made it into the markets, we’re already hearing about a new variant of the device known as the Xperia Z3X. This will reportedly be an upgraded version of the current flagship with a drastically improved hardware. The device has also made its way to AnTuTu benchmarks sporting a 6.2 inch Quad HD display, a Snapdragon 810 SoC, 4GB of RAM and Android 4.4.2 KitKat. The highlight of this rumored device however is the new curved 22-megapixel sensor with a 2/3 inch sensor and f/1.2 aperture. It seems...

Dropbox for Android is getting a new update today which introduces support for exporting files directly to the smartphone or tablet’s SD card in addition to the internal storage. This will give users the versatility of adding files wherever they please rather than having to worry about the internal storage filling up. These features are packed into the update (version 2.4.5) and should already be live on the Google Play Store. Exporting files to the SD card will require users to individually select files and there’s no multi-select...

Google has just posted the factory image for the 2013 LTE Nexus 7 tablet after a prolonged wait by users. The posting of the factory image and the corresponding binaries comes over three months after Google began the rollout of Android 4.4.4 to its Nexus devices. So if you’ve been waiting to get access to these image files in order to work on a custom ROM or flash it manually to your device, you can go ahead and download them. Google has faced delays with update rollouts for the 2013 LTE Nexus 7 before, so this is barely a surprise...

A couple of days ago, we came across a comprehensive press render of the Motorola Nexus 6 smartphone which gave us a brief look of the front portion. We’re now coming across a newer leak which shows the device being used in public, possibly by a Motorola or Google employee. Since the smartphone is technically not official yet, it has been enclosed in a shell case in order to protect its identity. We can however notice the re-positioned power and volume keys along with the front facing stereo speakers, so it appears to be a legitimate...