Today sees the launch of the HTC One Mini on Canada's Rogers network. Starting today the One Mini can be yours for C$99.99 on a two-year plan, or C$399.99 on a month-to-month deal.
As the name suggests, the One Mini is a smaller version of the HTC One with cut-down internal hardware. It's got a 4.3-inch 720p display, a Snapdragon 400 CPU and 1GB of RAM, coupled with 16GB of internal storage. Around the back is the same "Ultrapixel" sensor found on the HTC One, only without optical image stabilization. Software-wise, it's HTC Sense 5 and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean running the show.
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.