Android 5.0 for the Nexus 4 handset was released just last month and while that might normally be good news for users, there have been many who reported issues with the dialer following the update. Well it looks like not only does the update cause some issues for Nexus 4 owners, but it looks like Nexus 4 owners will be missing out on some camera features as well.
According to a post on the Google Issue Tracker, it looks like some of the new camera APIs introduced in Android 5.0 will not be available on the Nexus 4, like full manual controls and DNG support. This is apparently due to hardware constraints with the Nexus 4 that prevents the support for new camera features. Read full post →Nexus 4 Will Miss Out On Some Of Android 5.0′s New Camera Features
Back in 2013 there were many doom and gloom predictions for BlackBerry. Many had speculated that BlackBerry could end up selling itself or at least a bulk of its patents to other companies in order to keep it afloat, but what ended up happening was a cash injection to help the company survive.
Well it looks like BlackBerry has managed to do exactly that. The company has recently churned out a couple of new handsets in the form of the BlackBerry Passport and Classic, both of which have managed to sell out via BlackBerry’s website, and the company’s recent financials look pretty good too. Read full post →John Chen 99% Sure BlackBerry Will Survive