Today the team behind CyanogenMod, the popular open source community-built Android operating system, announced their first Google-approved phone for retail sale: The Oppo N1.
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Google Glass headsets have been slowly shipping to developers, which can only mean one thing: more information about the device. We now know that Glass has a dual-core CPU and 1GB of RAM.
Preserving a backup from your Android handset can be a wise idea, though it has been one that has long required root access. While not the first to avoid this, SAB claims to be able to avoid rooting.
HTC has explained its reasoning for why the Desire HD smartphone won't be receiving Ice Cream Sandwich in the future. We suggest how you can extend the life of your Desire HD beyond HTC's plans.
Did you buy a shiny new Galaxy S III (I9300) and are locked to a carrier that you won't be with forever? Well, you can now unlock your superphone for free with an application off the Android market.
Neowin takes a look at Phoenix Launcher for Android, seeing just how authentic the Ice Cream Sandwich design is on non-ICS devices.
It might not have been officially released yet, but Motorola's new "smartphone" has already been rooted, reports Engadget. With the launch date still a couple of days away, a very clever fellow over at xda-developers...
The homebrew scene for any mobile OS is arguably just as important as vendor support. Without the jailbreaking community, iOS would have suffered for years and without rooting, millions of Android users would be stuck...
Ten years ago the idea of rooting or jailbreaking a phone was nonexistent. Today, if you truly want to harness the entire power of your mobile device; it's an evil, but required step. The newest...
A warning to anyone wanting to root their HTC EVO 4G today: don't accept Sprint's OTA (over the air) update when you receive the phone. It will block access to systems that allow users to...
A decision by the United States to indefinitely retain oversight of the main computers that control internet traffic drew concerns Friday from foreign officials, many of whom want an international body in charge instead. ...
AFTER YEARS of waiting, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has finally got around to adding an IPv6 nameserver address to the Internet's DNS root server system. The move will allow longer IP...