If you purchase an Android phone or tablet with AT&T between now and July 17th, then you’ll get $50 worth of Google Play Store credit. This doesn’t apply to any phones you’ll buy without a plan; you’ll need to purchase your phone with an installment plan or two-year contract agreement. If it’s a tablet, you’ll need to sign on the dotted line for two years. The $50 voucher will last you until…

If you purchase an Android phone or tablet with AT&T between now and July 17th, then you’ll get $50 worth of Google Play Store credit. This doesn’t apply to any phones you’ll buy without a plan; you’ll need to purchase your phone with an installment plan or two-year contract agreement. If it’s a tablet, you’ll need to sign on the dotted line for two years. The $50 voucher will last you until…

If you ever found the list of permissions in the Google Play Store too messy and hard to read – you are not alone. Good thing, Google noticed the ever growing mess that are these permission requests and addressed them with an update. The update to the play store bumps its version number to 4.8.20 rolled out an update to its Play Store app for Android smartphone, which changes the way app…

In time for Valentine’s Day, Google officially released a bright red LG Nexus 5. The previously leaked Android smartphone is now available to order in the Google Play Store in 16 and 32GB flavor, sporting the same price tag as its white and red sibling. The red Nexus 5 will be available in a number of markets this month. They include the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom,… — Full Story (EN):More…

After Android 4.4.2 KitKat update made its way to the LG G Pad 8.3, HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4, today it’s rolling out to the Sony Xperia Z Ultra Google Play Edition as well. The update comes with a number of bug fixes, with the most notable one being the fix, which now allows you to uninstall apps downloaded from the Google Play Store. Prior to the update, users attempting to…

Google Play Edition Sony Xperia Z Ultra and LG G Pad 8.3 quietly went official in the United States – the duo of Android 4.4 KitKat devices is currently available to order in the US Google Play Store. The Xperia Z Ultra is priced at $649, while the G Pad 8.3 costs $349.99. Save for the stock Android 4.4 KitKat, there is no difference between the Google Play Edition Sony Xperia Z…

In a truly surprising fashion, Google gave the LG-made Nexus 4 smartphone a massive discount. The device is currently priced in the Google Play Store at a sweet $199 for the 8GB version, and $249 for a handset with 16GB of on-board memory. The abovementioned price tags will get you a brand new, contract-free Nexus 4. This is quite an aggressive move by Google, as most top-shelf… — Full Story (EN):More ……