Motorola has confirmed that an unlocked variant of the Moto X4 will launch in the US sometime “this year”. However, specifics were not shared at this time.
An FCC listing for a “media streaming device” showed up under Google’s code. The device’s ID is A4RH0A, which is close to the original Google Home’s ID A4RH0ME.
Google and HTC have officially announced a new “cooperation agreement” which costs Google $1.1 billion to acquire the team who have worked on the Pixel lineup of devices.
Amazon is reportedly working on Alexa-enabled smart glasses that use bone conducting technology for audio.
Facebook now allows users to take 360-degree photos and videos and easily share them to everyone’s News Feeds and gives everyone a simple how-to.
Get a Galaxy Note 8 and you want to know the best way to transfer all your stuff from Android or iPhone? Samsung has released a series of handy videos that shows you how.
Curious about trying out Android apps on a Chromebook? The newest ASUS Chromebook Flip is now available for pre-order for $299.
After getting their feet wet with web cams, Nest is now diving headfirst into home security with a handful of new products designed to make your home safer, smarter, and more secure than ever: Nest Secure, Hello, and Cam IQ Outdoor.
Project Fi is getting a new trade-in program that will grand service credit when you turn in an eligible device. Language found on the Google Store suggests it will be available there, too.
The Mate 10 is actually three phones, but right now we’re focusing on the Mate 10 Lite. Don’t let the name fool you. This is not a “Lite” phone.
The frank. phone was shut down on Indiegogo a few days ago but despite that, the people behind the idea say it will continue on. Criticism of the idea has sparked some debate among enthusiasts.
We asked you to tell us which messaging apps you use. These apps could be used for SMS, instant messaging, video chat, or all three. After one full week we have tallied the votes. Here are your picks!
New findings suggest that Samsung is testing a beta build of Android Oreo for the Galaxy S8 lineup. This would make it possible for a beta program to be created.
The Nokia 8 has passed through the FCC, revealing the device to actually be coming to the US, while featuring 6GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storage.
Google has announced that the Moto X4 is coming to the US via Android One and is priced at $399. This marks the first device to launch on Android One here in the US.
The Samsung Galaxy S8/Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and LG V30 are recent phones that have face unlock. How do the devices stack up with your face on the line?
The photo has been heavily blurred to protect the leaker, but we can clearly see the bottom of the phone. A USB Type-C cable is plugged in, but the only other feature is a small microphone hole.
HTC has announced that trading of shares will be halted tomorrow as the company prepares to announce that Google has acquired HTC’s mobile hardware division.
It’s that time again. According to new reports, talks of a T-Mobile and Sprint merger have escalated from “considering” to “actively discussing.” Here we go…
Some Pixel XL users are experiencing random soft reboots of their phone on Android Oreo. Have you had any issues since you upgraded to Android Oreo?
Whether you’re someone who juggles 50 different conversations at once or you have just a couple going on, here are the best messaging apps for Android!
The Alcatel Idol 4S is a mid-range device with the ambition of playing with the big boys. It has a QHD display, 32GB of RAM and a near-stock version of Android. But is that enough when there are a handful of Chinese flagship smartphone selling for $400 these days?
Google is slated to reveal a lot of new stuff on October 4th and one of those things appears to be a Chromebook Pixel refresh that’s been dubbed the Pixelbook. It starts at $1,199.
After nearly two years, Amazon has finally refreshed its Fire HD 10 line-up with a tablet that features a true Full HD screen. RAM and battery life have seen a bump, too.