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Android 4.4 KitKat arrives on Sony's Xperia Z2
By Luke Jones on Friday July 18, 2014

Sony's Xperia Z2 is finally getting a bump to Android 4.4 KitKat and along with Google's software Sony has made a few changes of its own

Sony brings Android 4.4 to the Xperia T2 & T2 Ultra
By Luke Jones on Thursday July 17, 2014

Sony is rolling out Android 4.4 KitKat to a couple of its devices today and bringing with it a slew of new features and functionality. The devices in question are the mid-range Xperia T2 and T2 Ultra

Blackberry Assistant arrives as Siri and Google Now competitor
By Luke Jones on Thursday July 17, 2014

Blackberry has launched its virtual voice assistant that has been built in the same vein as Apple's Siri, Google Now, and Microsoft's newly launched Cortana.

Microsoft not giving search engine choice on Windows Phone device
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 15, 2014

It seems that Microsoft is playing hardball over search engines on its Lumia devices as it only gives users the choice of Bing as a default. All Windows Phone handsets come with Microsoft's Bing search engine as default

90% adoption rates for iOS 7
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 15, 2014

Look away now Android fans because Apple has released data showing the adoption levels of last year's iOS 7 and as you can imagine the numbers put Cupertino's great mobile OS rival to shame.

Motorola's 2013 DROID's get Android 4.4.4
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 15, 2014

Motorola has today revealed more about its Android 4.4.4 update for several devices by posting the changelog for the patch that is for the DROID Ultra, DROID MAXX, and the DROID Mini.

Microsoft's Windows Phone is outselling the iPhone in some markets
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 15, 2014

Microsoft is currently holding its Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 and the company has been boasting about the growing success of the Windows Phone platform. The standout news from Windows Phone?s recent performance is that it outsells Apple's iPhone in 24 markets

Samsung's eye scanner may not be for the Galaxy Note 4
By Luke Jones on Monday July 14, 2014

We have been hearing plenty about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 4 recently, but the latest info is something new and could reveal the smartphones standout feature. We already know that the Note 4 will be a stunning handset in terms of raw specs, features, and performance, but it seems the device could come with some new technology that will separate it from every other smartphone on the market.

Android advice: Wiping a device does not delete all data
By Luke Jones on Wednesday July 09, 2014

The second hand smartphone market is vibrant as people sell their current Android devices to upgrade to a new model. If you have ever sold a phone, you have probably done the diligent thing and deleted everything to leave none of your data behind, you played it safe. Think again though as it seems Google's Android reset function does not deleted all of your data.

Google reacts quickly to Android Wear paid app problem
By Luke Jones on Wednesday July 09, 2014

Google has quickly fixed a bug in Android Wear that meant paid apps could not be installed on the platform, the company announced today. The issue was first spotted yesterday and Google's fix is only a temporary one while the company looks for a more permanent solution