November has seen some really important reviews hit Android Central, including reviews of the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and Samsung Gear S ... along with an in-depth Review of Android 5.0 Lollipop too! We also took some time out of our schedule to cover the Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco, you can view our wrap-up here. On top of that, the Android Central App along with our Best Android Phones Guide have both been updated. All good stuff, and all worth checking out.
Adam and the team at Connectedly have been busy as always. They published a Fitbit Charge Unboxing (I think I need to get one), along with some key updates to our Ultimate Fitness Tracker Buyers Guide. As per usual there's been nothing but cool new gadgets and tech to hit the front page, including the FLUX 3D Printer, ASUS ZenWatch, Razer Nabu, LittleBits Smart Home Kit and Arki fitness band... and if you're a regular over at CrackBerry, you might have noticed our interview with the new CEO of Powermat, Thorsten Heins.
Interesting times (as always) at CrackBerry this past month. BlackBerry has introduced a new Passport Trade-Up Program, and anyone in North America can now pre-order the Passport in red and white. If you're still waiting for the BlackBerry Classic, it is slated for launch on December 17th, however pre-orders are already live. On the lighter side, we noticed that U.S. President Obama still can't leave home without his BlackBerry. Atta boy.
The iMore team have been cranking out some stellar how-to guides that are definitely worth noting. If you're packing a new iPad Air 2, iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, they're worth a read. Some that come to mind are How to use Apple Pay and How Apple keeps your Handoff data secure. If you're into gaming, a couple of my favorite pieces from the month include Serenity's article on Space Age, and of course, this nifty little Candy Crush Soda Saga tips, hints and cheats piece :)
Windows Phone Central:
For those packing Windows goodness, Daniel and the Windows Central team certainly have you covered. This past month we found leaked photos revealing a new 5-inch Windows Phone. We also had a Foursquare update, and the language learning app Duolingo has arrived for Windows Phone as well. Finally, if you're visiting friends or family this holiday season, be sure to check out our best travel apps on Windows Phone for the holidays. It's worth a look.