Andrew Kalinchuk

Andrew Kalinchuk

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Andrew covers news and opinions pertaining to smartphones, tablets, and all else mobile for Digital Trends. He recently switched from Apple to Microsoft and shares the experience through "Life and Tiles of a Windows 8 Convert." Andrew also interns at The Wirecutter and writes for Laptop Magazine and Techerator. Outside of writing, Andrew splits his time between cooking, gaming, and reading.
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Mobile

The HTC One is available nationwide today

The One, HTC's latest flagship smartphone, is available online and in physical stores all across the U.S. starting today with a long list of retailers.
Mobile

Yahoo cleans up its image, releases gorgeous Mail and Weather apps for iOS and Android

Not known for its command of style and design, Yahoo has been steadily revamping its image and is extending that simplified look to a handful of apps for iOS and Android.
Android Army

Explorers beware, Google forbids the resale or lending of Glass

Google is forbidding any Glass Explorers from reselling or even lending out its $1,500 gadget, reserving the right to deactivate the device of anyone breaching the policy.
Mobile

New, tiny lithium-ion battery can recharge in less than a second

The old, bulky lithuim-ion battery is finally being revamped with enough power to boost a car battery and recharge in seconds, thanks to researchers at the University of Illinois.
Mobile

Calendo wants to curate your Facebook Events and filter out the junk

If you're tired of being bombarded by Facebook invites to events you'd never attend, Calendo may be your new best friend if you'll let it get to know you.
Mobile

Analysts estimate 4.6 million Sony Xperia Z phones sold in 40 days

The Sony Xperia Z has a lead on other 1080p devices and recent data suggests the early start is paying off in a major way, with nearly 4.6 million units sold in its first 40 days.
Mobile

Head of Windows Phone says Android’s “still kind of a mess” and iOS is running out of steam

The head of Windows Phone, Terry Myerson, see Windows Phone as a scrappy start up, thinks Android is a mess and iOS may be running out of steam.
Android Army

Galaxy S4 launch dates for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon teased in leaked Staples memo

A possible leaked Staples memo points to a release date as early as April 26 for the Samsung Galaxy S4 on AT&T, with T-Mobile and Verizon trailing behind.
Mobile

Want to get Facebook Home on any Android phone? Yes, it’s already possible

The internet found an unofficial workaround after the announcement that Facebook Home would only be officially supported on a paltry five devices.
Mobile

Google engineers apply Gmail filter technology to end annoying robocalls

The Federal Trade Commission has announced the winners of its Robocall Challenge, which includes two Google employees tapping into Gmail's spam filtering.
Mobile

New Google patent tweaks camera settings to match the weather you’re in

A new patent from Google hints at plans to use your GPS location to assist with camera settings. In reality, the GPS will be used to determine the current weather and whether your inside or outside.
Mobile

Softbank and Sprint promise not to use Huawei hardware because it’s Chinese

Japanese carrier Softbank and Sprint have assured a U.S. lawmaker that Huawei equipment will not be added to Sprint's network after merger.