On the heels of CES and a smothering of tablet announcements and demonstrations, Opera has just announced a tablet version of their web browser, simply named Opera for Tablets. The quick promotional video doesn’t show much: it’s Opera, it loads web pages, and it does it fast. But Opera promises there is more to be seen and we expect those crumbs of details will be laid out on the ground right around the time the big name tablets are announced sometime this week – we’ve already been promised a look at the preview build on the CES show floor. Take a peek at the video below.
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While smart TV makers are keen on wowing you with the promise of “Netflix and Chill” at the click of a button, we’re going to buck the trend and take the stance that you shouldn’t buy an Android TV with Chromecast built-in.
Google customer support has confirmed that the company will not void the warranty for any Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL owners who have rooted their devices.
The OnePlus 5T rumor mill has been churning lately and these latest images with a fingerprint sensor on the back fuel that fire.
Zack of JerryRigEverything finally got his hands on the Pixel 2 and puts it through his classic torture test. The Pixel 2…. does poorly.
Looking for something fun to do this month? Noodlecake has announced that zombie road-trip survival sim Death Road to Canada is finally coming to Android.
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The latest beta of the Google app (7.14.15) get some cool customization tools for the Search widget.
more_vertSamsung & Google ARCore
Today, Samsung and Google announced a partnership to bring ARCore to Galaxy smartphones. This is a huge step in ARCore being a viable competitor to Apple’s ARKit.
As the company seemingly struggles with sales, the Essential Phone has been discounted by $200, bringing the price down to just $499.