Last month, Android Central was all about the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the brand new HTC One M8 . With both devices now available, there has been plenty of help and how-to posts going up. On top of all that, the OnePlus One has been making a lot of noise so it was inevitable Android Central would be taking a look at it. You can check out the hands-on and first impressions right now.
With the rebranding from Smartwatch Fans to Connectedly now complete, Connectedly is open for business and off to a great start. If you’re looking to go beyond the smartphone and tablet platforms and explore the emerging world of connected devices there's no better place. So far we've taken a look at E-cig style vaporizers, launched a Google Glass series of posts and even managed to release a few new Android apps for everyone to be able to access the site with ease.
Things at CrackBerry have slowed down a bit on the newsfront, but thankfully the BlackBerry Z3 has been announced. CrackBerry was one of the very few to get their hands on a review unit. Our BlackBerry Z3 Review is live right here. In other news, there's still plenty of rumors about the BlackBerry Windermere floating about and one interesting and likely older prototype BlackBerry device has popped up. If that's not enough to keep your interest, there's also been a ton of details about the next big update to the BlackBerry 10 OS, otherwise known as 10.3 being shared.
The iPhone 6 rumors continue over at iMore and they're not likely to slow down until the device is finally announced and released. On top of those rumors though, there has been several departures and new arrivals at Apple and that's only adding fuel to the fire of what they may be working on. iWatch, Healthbook and iOS 8, and of course, the next generation of OS X are hot topics of discussion. It's a great time to be an Apple fan simply because there's so much to talk about right now.
Windows Phone Central:
With Microsoft’s Build 2014 dev conference now in the history books, WPCentral has been busy reviewing Windows Phone 8.1 and checking out the slew of app updates that have been happening because of that developer release. If that's not enough, Microsoft is planning an event for May 20th where it's pretty much expected they'll be introducing a new tablet called the Surface Mini. You'll want to stay tuned for more on that, indeed.