An enterprising XDA member was able to yank the HTC One's default Sense 5 wallpapers while handling the device at an HTC event in Italy, and he's uploaded the files so everyone can enjoy them. There's 18 in total, and they range from the abstract to minimal, with a couple artsy black and whites thrown in for good measure.
To use them, visit the source link below and download the rar file to your computer. Extract it and copy the files to your device storage, and set using the normal tools or a "helper" app like Image 2 Wallpaper from Google Play. There is some very nice pictures here, and it's well worth a look.
Samsung is working on a new smartwatch that'll abandon its proprietary OS for the new Wear OS. We're just not sure if it'll be called the Galaxy Watch 4 or something entirely new! Here's a roundup of what we know so far and what we hope to see in the new Galaxy smartwatch.
Pride Month is here, and while rainbow wallpapers are everywhere, what if you want to bring some more specialized pride to your phone? Whether you're bi, pan, lesbian, ace (like me), agender, intersex, or any other orientation, here's how to get your exact pride on your home screen with Tapet, KWGT, and Icon Pack Studio.
It is possible to work with Android's permissions model, consider the security challenges mobile devices bring, and still include browser extensions the right way. Google could do it if it really wanted to.
Keeping your phone clean on the inside is as easy as clearing cache files and deleting old, backed-up photos. Cleaning the outside of your phone down to the microbiotic level can be easy, too, if you have the right equipment.