The BlackBerry DTEK60 has been made official and features flagship specs while being priced at $500 starting today.
Samsung has officially moved on from the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the next major phone on the horizon. We’ve already heard a fair share about this upcoming device.
Google has rebranded its Google Cast application to Google Home in preparation for the release of the new in-home personal assistant.
For the past month I have been testing the UMI MAX smartphone, a budget Android phone under $200. Admittedly, when I first received the phone, I was skeptical about its capabilities, but it happily surprised me.
Google Voice Search is awesome, and you probably use it a lot more than is humanly healthy. But did you know that Google stores a history of all the queries you make on their servers?
Although many reports suggested that Samsung may end up killing off the Galaxy Note 8 after the debacle that was the Galaxy Note 7, it seems that we will have a new Note device next year.
The Really Blue Google Pixel’s white display housing was a little too iPod Touch for our tastes. So instead of living with it, we decided to swap it out with a black one. Here’s how.
Google has announced a new partnership with Visa and Mastercard which promises to bring “easy and secure payments in stores and online with a simple tap.”
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been recalled worldwide, but phone scalpers in Hong Kong are still trying to get their money’s worth with the recalled device by offering a “special price” to those curious enough to enquire about the phone.
During a podcast, WIRED revealed that Google didn’t make the Pixel or Pixel XL water resistant because the company “ran out of time” due to scrapping previous plans on short notice.
Samsung has a lot of S-Pens to go through, so they’re announcing a new Tab A 10.1 variant that now includes an S-Pen. It’ll be available starting October 28th.
Since there are so many different things you can do with an Android phone it’s inevitable to be unaware of some basic tricks. We’ve compiled a list of seven cool tricks that every Android user should know.
Amazon is taking some extra dough off the already low price of its ads-subsidized version of the Moto G4, so you can get it for only $120 today only instead of the usual price of $150.
T-Mobile has posted its Q3 results and show that the company added 2 million new customers in the quarter, including 850,000 new prepaid customers.
A filmmaker wanted to test out the new 4K video recording capabilities of the Google Pixel and the results are amazing.
A new app has been made available for the Amazon Echo which allows users to fact check politicians to see if what is being said, is true.
Halloween is right around the corner and Pokemon GO hopes you’ll open the game a few more times to celebrate. Starting on October 26th and running through November 1st, Niantic will be adding some special incentives for the spooky Holiday.
Huawei is rumored to be releasing the Mate 9 Pro alongside the Mate 9, and the device will be priced at around $1,300.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle is finally starting to fade into the background, but Samsung isn’t out of the woods yet. It will be important for Samsung to get Note 7 owners to finally ditch their devices and to retail the other customers. We’re already hearing about plans to do just that.
GoPro’s highly anticipated entry into the drone market is now complete: the GoPro Karma Drone is now available for sale at GoPro.com!
Email is one piece of technology that almost everyone uses, and there are thousands of different ways to do it. Last week we asked you to share your favorite email app for Android, and now we have the results.
Android N is here, sooner than anyone anticipated. Google has packed in a bunch of new features, fixes, and improvements in Android N. We’ll show you everything new in Android N.
Currently, you can get the ASUS ZenWatch 2 from eBay for just $80, which is a savings of almost 50%. The deal also includes a 90-day warranty from ASUS.
Android 7.1 Nougat adds a whole slew of new emoji’s in addition to those that were included with Android 7.0 Nougat.