We recently saw the Google opening a single day promotion for Glass, allowing practically any customer over the age of 18 to purchase the device. It seems like Google was testing the waters with that promotion as it has now made Glass available for all on a permanent basis. So if you weren’t able to get the wearable during the one day promotion, this is your opportunity to get one, practically any time you want. It will still cost $1500 though, so that hasn’t changed. For that price, users will get one unit of Glass along...

We recently saw a new change within the Dialer app inadvertently leaked out by Google’s official Nexus Twitter page. And today we get a clear look at the Dialer app with a neat looking redesign. The app is now more like Gmail with its listing of contacts which will show a picture when available but an alphabet if there’s no contact image. These are based on a tile like layout, so it seems like some serious changes are forthcoming with Android 4.4.3. Google has been trying to make some changes to maintain a familiar design...

HTC announced earlier that the KitKat update would be going out to DROID DNA owners on Verizon on Thursday, and the Taiwanese manufacturer (or should we say Verizon) is keeping its word. The update has started rolling out to devices this morning along with a smaller update that will prep the device for the KitKat upgrade, with the actual update 618 MB in size.  ...

Every day seems to bring a new rumor or leak on the LG G3, with the latest scoop having revealed actual screenshots from LG’s upcoming flagship. Well, this day is no different – it looks like shops in China have already begun selling cases that are allegedly for the G3, and pictures of these cases have appeared online. Since we’re considerably far from an official announcement of the G3 (it’s expected to be unveiled in late May or early June), this shouldn’t exactly be taken too seriously. But in case these...

The HTC Desire 601 is now getting the coveted Android 4.4 update along with the Sense 5.5 UI. This is one of HTC’s midrange handsets that broke cover last year, so it’s good to know that HTC hasn’t forgotten its older handsets. The update is rolling out in stages, so it might not appear on all devices immediately. The dual-SIM variant of the Desire 601 should get the update soon as well. As far as the changelog is concerned, expect changes related to BlinkFeed, HTC Zoe, Video Highlights and much more. It will also come...

IFTTT is now available on Android. IFTTT originally launched only on iOS several months ago, but now Android users can have the service on their devices. For those unfamiliar, IFTTT (If This Then That) can automate your online presence for you. An example is if you take a photo on Instagram, you can get it automatically pushed to Flickr. Or if you leave a certain location, you can automatically send a text message to someone of your choosing. These actions are called “recipes”, which you set up through “triggers”...

The Moto X and the Moto G feature a relatively stock version of Android which has been widely praised by the customers. And according to VP of Software over at Motorola, Punit Soni, the company will continue this trend going forward. This is excellent news for fans of Motorola who can expect more stock Android running smartphones launching in the future. Soni also mentioned that the company will look to emphasize on the camera of its future smartphones and not just limit the software to do its job. So expect beefy camera sensors to come...

Once Samsung, HTC, Sony and LG threw down their proverbial gauntlets earlier this year, everybody assumed the coast would be clear for the four to duke it out amongst themselves for the Android crown through the summer at the very least. But boy, were we wrong. Up-and-coming Oppo was the first to try to crack the elite, which they may well succeed if distribution isn’t a problem, and absolute rookie OnePlus is on the verge of remodeling conventional tech business models with a unique blend of affordability, cutting-edge performance...