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Google Issues Performance Update for Nexus 6P
By Josh Dasey on Thursday March 10, 2016

Google sent out a new update for the LG made Nexus 5X that included a monthly security patch and a performance upgrade to make the general running of the handset smoother. Now the Huawei manufactured Nexus 6P (the current flagship of Google's hardware range) is getting a similar patch to boost device performance.

LG Spree: A Forgettable Entry Level Handset for Cricket
By Josh Dasey on Thursday March 10, 2016

We are spoilt for choice at the entry level of the smartphone market these days, so when an underwhelming handset arrives we are of course disappointed. It is easy to forget that these are handsets that cost little, so our disappointment should always be tempered by that. However, with this market thriving you really to not need to buy something cheap and nasty.

LG V10 Pulling in Android 6.0 Marshmallow Now
By Josh Dasey on Thursday March 10, 2016

All the buzz is currently around LG's interesting and somewhat innovative G5 flagship, and rightly so. However, the Korean company has another device that fits the same billing as the G5, and it too is of flagship quality. The LG V10, the quirky and massive phablet that landed late last year is now receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Apple to Use Folding Screen for iPhone Pro
By Luke Jones on Wednesday March 09, 2016

We have pretty much lost faith in the rumor we published yesterday regarding Apple making a 5.8-inch iPhone with OLED screen. While the initial claim itself is not outlandish, pointing to a 2017 (at the earliest) launch for the device, the latest report suggesting Apple will fit the handset with folding screens has us plenty skeptical.

Samsung Issues Urgent Update for Galaxy S7 Edge
By Luke Jones on Wednesday March 09, 2016

Samsung's Galaxy S7 Edge flagship is barely out of the gates, but already the company is issuing what it describes as an "urgent" update. Of course, it is common for products to arrive with small teething problems, but it is rare to see any update billed as urgent, so what?s the deal here?

HTC Signs Exclusive Nexus Deal for 3 Years?
By Luke Jones on Wednesday March 09, 2016

HTC is fighting to keep itself relevant, and much will depend on the company's upcoming One M10 flagship and whether the Vive VR headset can convert its buzz into sales. Another way would be for the company to cozy up to Google and the Android platform even more, which could actually be in the offing as reports suggest HTC has signed a three year deal to build Nexus hardware.

Apple Working Towards 5.8-inch OLED iPhone
By Micah Bartos on Tuesday March 08, 2016

Apple is fully expected to launch a smaller (iPhone Se) this month, but what about the company's upcoming flagships that will launch at the end of year? The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus should be a near total overhaul of the current iPhone 6 range, and that could mean an even larger screen for the Plus, according to some reports.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Claims Just 2.3% of Platform Market
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday March 08, 2016

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is struggling to gain any traction in the market, and after nearly six months available for devices it is on just 2.3% of all devices running the platform. While Android adoption is always more stagnant than on rival platforms iOS and even Windows, this very low number is sure to disappoint Google.

HTC Shares Rebounds on Back of Vive VR Enthusiasm
By Josh Dasey on Monday March 07, 2016

HTC needs all the help it can get, the company has seen smartphone sales stumble, consumer interest in its flagships wane, and profits and earnings collapse. However, there is a shining light for the ailing giant, and it comes in the form of the Vive VR headset.

Sony Xperia Z5 Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update Goes Global
By Pablo Jimenez on Monday March 07, 2016

At the start of the month, Sony started rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the Xperia Z5 in its native Japan. The company is now following that with a launch of the software update on a global level, meaning everybody rocking the Z5 will now be able to grab the latest and greatest from Google.