Google’s pop-up stores for the Pixel 2 are now live in New York and Los Angeles, but it appears they’re charging a $30 mark up over web prices.
After being announced earlier this month, the Google Home Mini is now available for purchase from either Best Buy or Google’s online storefront for just $50.
Instant Apps are now easier than ever to find on the Google Play Store thanks to a new Try Now button. See the current list for yourself right here.
The latest beta of the Google app (7.14.15) get some cool customization tools for the Search widget.
Whenever holidays approach, members on Android Forums start looking for the best android games that don’t need internet connection. If you’ve got holiday road trips planned, here are some games you should consider downloading in advance.
A vocal group of users are lashing out over a perceived undersaturation in the Pixel 2 XL’s display. While there are those who either like, dislike, or simply don’t mind the trait, it’s pretty mutually agreed that the trait does exist. Here’s what Google’s doing about it.
If having the latest and greatest smartphone isn’t important to you, you can snag a pretty sweet deal on last year’s LG V20 at Amazon.
Verizon is combining some of its equipment protection services into the Total Mobile Protection Plan. You can get screen repairs for $29 and next day replacement if your whole device is kaput.
The original Pixel had an excellent camera, maybe even the best ever. Google put a big emphasis on the camera again with the Pixel 2.
Today is the big day: the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are now available! We already have ours here at the virtual offices of Phandroid, but we’re wondering if you’ll be picking up one of your own.
Sony has promised that it will bring Android 8.0 Oreo to the Xperia XZ Premium this December. There is no specific release date just yet.
If there’s anything history has taught us, it’s that it’s really hard for manufacturers to build a great smartphone for under $200. Somehow Huawei managed to do this with the honor 5X which on paper, appears to be the best budget Android device on the planet. But is it? Find out in our review.
Google has stepped up account security for those who need it most. Users who are at particularly high risk of targeted attacks can now join the Advanced Protection Program.
At an event in China, HMD Global and Nokia announced the brand new Nokia 7. The device is feature packed and will be nestled in the mid-range market.
This Halloween, Pokemon GO is getting some treats, including a handful of new monsters.
If you want a powerful but affordable Android TV box, you’ll be pleased to know the NVIDIA Shield TV is now available without the Shield controller for less.
You can grab a $50 Google Play Gift Card for only $45. Pretty good deal if you’re looking to pick up some movies to take advantage of Movies Anywhere.
Google has announced that users can now use their Google Home device to stream YouTube TV, provided that a Chromecast is connected to the TV.
Authy has just released a new beta of their app that allows you to use a PIN and your fingerprint sensor to protect your 2-factor authentication codes on your device.
The Pixel 2 is finally in our hands! We got our first look at the new Pixel back at the Made by Google event, but now we have one of the devices.
One of the unique features of Android is the ability to change the home screen launcher. As a result, there are tons of different launchers to choose from.
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.
The HTC U11 Plus could have just been revealed in a series of leaked benchmarks and even a 3D render courtesy of @OnLeaks.
Carl Pei shared a tongue-in-cheek comment about the lack of availability for the OnePlus 5. OnePlus has yet to comment on whether the phone will be restocked before a new phone is released.