Furthermore, when installing the app, it clearly states that it will be taking this information. It does not say what they will be doing with it, but this clearly should have raised some red flags for a simple flashlight app. Like long ULAs, users don’t read what these apps are asking permission for and just click through.
Wow, that’s unusual.
Seemingly a Moto X minus the LTE and Motorola’s software customization at a pretty incredible price.
If I was looking for a phone off-contract, didn’t care about LTE, and was looking to spend wisely, this would be a high contender!
So 18 months and you’re out of luck.
Is anyone surprised?
Now supports loyalty cards and coupons, but still can only pay using NFC on a handful of supported devices on one carrier.
Thought it was a joke, it’s real!
LG’s new flagship G2 is very similar to the Galaxy S4; with top of the line specs, cheap design, and a crap ton of software enhancements. I really like how they implemented multi accounts / guest mode.
Arming it with a crappy AMOLED display has allowed Moto to provide a really awesome feature, active notifications.
Similar to Apple’s Find my iPhone, Google will soon let you locate, ring and remote wipe your android phone. Finally!
The update fixes the issue that causes the Nexus 7 to get really sluggish over time. It only took 9 months for Google to come out with a fix, no big deal.
An amazing device at an amazing price, but the Android tablet ecosystem still sucks. I’ll probably get one anyway.
Now with a super dense 323 pixels-per-inch display, Android 4.3 that has multi-user support, and optional LTE support.
Their mobile business is now bringing in more than all of Google’s businesses combined. Should Google be concerned, I think so.
This is something Google couldn’t do with their Nexus 4, perhaps the next Nexus smartphone will have LTE support?