Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 announced
The technology from Qualcomm that promises to give your phone an 80 percent charge in as few as 35 minutes is coming. Quick Charge 3.0 is the third generation of the tech that Qualcomm integrates in some of its products.
In addition to quick charging phones, Qualcomm claimes the technology will improve battery cycle life.
Android users are not happy about Apple's first Android app
Apple must have known it would be kicking a hornet's nest when it released its first Android app. The Move to iOS guides Android users to the world of iOS. Android fans are taking aim at the app with poor reviews in the Google Play store.
Source: Business Insider
Microsoft Send hits Android
The folks in Redmond have quietly released Send on Android. The app makes email look like a chat app and removes the need for email's more formal protocols. Messages in Send can be sent to any email address in the user's contacts.
Microsoft Send is only available in a few countries for this beta process.
Source: Android Community
Android One heading to Europe
Android One is Google's program designed to bring low-cost handsets to emerging markets. Previously this meant Asia and Africa, but the cheap handsets are now going to Europe.
Spain and Portugal will be getting the first Android One phone in Europe, the BQ Aquaris A 4.5.