Another country sees wide availability of the latest software for Samsung's most popular devices
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4 from a variety of regions have been receiving the jump to Android 4.4, and now it seems the Canadian carriers have flipped the switch for their devices. Users across Bell, Telus and Rogers have been reporting that their Note 3s and Galaxy S4s are receiving the large OTA downloads — about 440MB each — to bump up to KitKat, bringing some subtle interface changes and all of the goodies Google has baked into the latest build of Android.
If you're using either of these devices on a Canadian carrier, be on the lookout for the update to arrive in the coming days. If you've already received it, be sure to hop into the forums and let other members know how you're getting along with the latest software build.
Reminder: Most people don't know or care what processor is in their phone
Every time there's a debate over which processor a phone has, I have to remind the smartphone enthusiasts that the average phone buyer has no idea what processor is in their phone — and that more of us should follow the same thought process.
Google accidentally leaked the Android 11 beta to some Pixel owners
Instead of getting the June 2020 security patch, some Pixel owners were treated to a leaked build of the Android 11 beta. Here's what it looks like.
Shadow of Death 2 is what a mobile 2D hack-and-slash should be
For this week, we're taking a look at the Early Access sequel to the popular Shadow of Death. This 2D hack-and-slash is tons of fun, easy to pick up and play, and just generally a great time killer.
Pixel Ripped 1995 brings classic pixel gaming to the Oculus Quest library
The Oculus Quest allows you to play VR games without requiring a PC, phone, or external sensors. Here's every game you can buy or download for free!su