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DxOMark Reviews The HTC One M9, Ranks It The 22nd Best Mobile Camera On The Market, 21 Places Behind The Galaxy S6

DxOMark just released their review of the HTC One M9’s camera. I’m not going to beat around the bush, the results aren’t great (not that any of us here at AP are all that surprised). 99 more words


Rumor: Android M Will Come With An Update Guarantee For Nexus Devices

Android 5.0 was a big visual change for Android, but the upcoming M release will make its mark on Android as well. Google is likely going to announce hard cut-offs for Nexus device update support. 95 more words


Google's Internal Code Name For Android M Is Macadamia Nut Cookie (MNC)

Google will be unveiling the successor to Lollipop at Google I/O in just a few days, but we won’t get a real name. It will likely just be called Android M until it’s released, but Google has an internal code name just as it did for L and K. 88 more words


The Google Live Case 'Shortcut Button' Looks Familiar - Workshop May Still Be Alive After All

Way back in August of 2014, we got a peek a service Google was experimenting with, at the time called “Workshop.” The service would allow users to create customized cases for their Nexus 5, featuring either photos or map imagery of their choice. 97 more words


Samsung Galaxy SIII: 2 Years Later

The Samsung Galaxy SIII (S3) was once a flagship smartphone, but is it still a great value?

I received mine in November 2013, and have used it since without any problems. 1,401 more words


[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 161: Hey, Thanks For The Bag Of Dirt (With Special Guest Ron Amadeo)

Welcome back to another week of the Android Police Podcast. To catch us live on Hangouts On Air every Thursday at 5:30PM PST (subject to change as per the calendar widget below), just head over to… 111 more words


[Weekend Poll And Discussion] Do You Have Android 5.1.1 Yet? What Do You Think Of It?

As more and more Nexus devices get updated to Android 5.1.1 (and, in the Nexus 9’s case, 5.1 in the first place), hopefully more and more issues people had with Android 5.0 and 5.1 are getting resolved. 93 more words