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HTC One X9 Review: What went wrong?

The HTC One X9 is a classic example of a mid-range handset. It has marginally better hardware than budget offerings - a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Helio X10 SoC, 32 GB of storage, a 13-megapixel camera with OIS, and a metal build - but it just doesn't do enough for the price. It's not a terrible phone, but it's simply too expensive.

Google is reportedly working on a revamped Android launcher

Google is working on a brand new and completely redesigned Android launcher that's set to debut on this year's Nexus handsets, if information from Android Police is correct. This new launcher, potentially called the "Nexus Launcher", removes the app drawer…

Google Play Family Library for sharing apps and media is now live

Google has finally launched a feature that allows users to share their purchased apps, games, TV shows, moves, and books with other users. Known as the Google Play Family Library, the feature rivals Apple's two-year-old Family Sharing plan for iTunes…

How This Long-Time iPhone User Switched to Android

I’ve been an iPhone user for over six years now and up until recently I had only used Android for minutes at a time and never as my daily driver. But hearing how Google's smartphone platform had evolved so significantly since I first became an iPhone user, both in terms of software and hardware, I decided it was time to give it a try. Read on for my experiences thus far.