Just as every smartphone is different, so, too, are the people who use them. And accessibility options can make things much more usable for some.
An important but often overlooked feature on our smartphones has to do with accessibility. In fact, if you've never dived that deep into the settings on your phone, there's a chance you've never seen them before. But for a good many folks out there, accessibility features mean the difference between being able to use the phone and having an expensive toy that simply won't work them whatever reason.
We're continuing to take a look at the accessibility features in some of Android's biggest smartphones. And here, now, are the accessibility options on the HTC One M9.
Square Enix has released the very first game in the long-running Tomb Raider series for Android today, complete with its original blocky polygon graphics.
The game is now available for download in the Google Play Store for just 99 cents. Square Enix makes a big point of the fact that this is the "full, unedited, unadulterated experience" from the original 1996 PC game.
Cricket looks to make purchasing their prepaid GSM SIM cards even easier by making it available through Amazon.
In an effort to get their SIM cards in the hands of more users, Cricket Wireless has announced that they are now working with Amazon to make the ordering process even easier. The prepaid GSM SIM kit from Cricket sells for only $9.99, which gets you one Nano SIM card, one Mini SIM card tray adapter, and one Micro SIM card tray adapter, allowing it to fit in any GSM device.
OnePlus today announced the DR-1, an aerial drone that has been previously teased on multiple occasions. The name was silly, as was the concept for the manufacturer, and while the product has today been confirmed as an April Fools' prank, you're still able to order a small drone for $20
Samsung is busting out two flagships this spring. Which has your eye?
In one hand, we have the Samsung Galaxy S6. It's the next iteration of the insanely popular Galaxy S line, and while some major changes in the battery and storage department have come along, it's the "traditional" choice and an expected successor. People are gonna love it.
In the other hand, we have the Galaxy S6 edge (it kills me not to capitalize the e). Sleek, curvy and dare I say pretty, it's the Galaxy S6 with a new style and a few cool side-a-licious things going on with it's curved front display. Welcome to the future, baby. People are gonna love it, too.
Which one are you going to buy? Or are you going to buy both? Or neither? Take the poll, then tell us why in the comments.
LG announced that customers who purchase a G3 from participating retailers in the U.S. will also score a free VR headset starting today.
The headset is basically a plastic version of Google Cardboard, but built specifically for the LG G3 with cutouts for the device's rear buttons. Like Google Cardboard, all users have to do is slot their device into the VR headset to start enjoying virtual reality content right from their device.
LG G3 owners who are willing to hop on a computer and use LG's support tool will be able to update their T-Mobile LG G3 to Lollipop.
The Lollipop update for the T-Mobile LG G3 is now available through the LG mobile support tool. While the update doesn't appear to be pushing out over-the-air yet, a quick connection to your computer will allow you to update now.
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