If you want to get one of the longest lasting devices in the smartphone game today, Verizon’s just made their best option a lot more attractive. The DROID RAZR MAXX has taken a $100 price drop. For just $200 you can get a phone that has a 3,300 mAh battery built in and still maintains a thickness profile of just 8.99mm. It also has a dual-core processor, LTE, and we’re willing to bet it will be one of the first Motorola phones to get Android 4.0 on Verizon. (Though we’re still not sure where Motorola is in regards to that.) If you want to take advantage, you can do so at Verizon Wireless or Amazon Wireless.
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The Pixel Launcher from the latest version of Android O has been made available for download if your device is running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow or above.
More than a few users have confirmed having issues when attempting to upgrade their device to the latest Android O developer beta. Here’s what you can do to fix some issues, and why it’s happening.
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T-Mobile is announcing a slight fee hike for those not on T-Mobile ONE.
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Another Flickr gallery has surfaced showing us even more shots from the HTC U11, with conditions varying from bright daylight, gloomy overcast, and night time beauty. No matter the scenario, it proves its DxOMark score of 90 is well-deserved.
During the Android Fireside Chat at Google I/O 2017 Dave Burke, Google VP of engineering for Android, was asked about the Fuchsia project and he provided a great non-answer.
Now that Google has ended SMS support for Hangouts, we take a look at some of the best replacement applications that look to do the trick for your text messaging needs.
Despite Google stating that Photo Books would be launching on mobile devices “in the coming weeks”, it seems that some users are already seeing the option in the Photos mobile app.
Samsung is pushing a new update to the Gear S3 smartwatch which adds 13 new features to the wearable, including the launch of Partner Apps.