Twitter is experimenting with upping their 140 character limit to 280. Find out what motivated the change in our post.
The Amazon Music app finally supports Alexa so you can now ask for your playlists, or request a song by singing some of the lyrics you know.
Trend Micro is reporting that the Dirty Cow Linux exploit has been used by Android malware for the first time, with most infections occurring in China and India.
The report claims that HDM Global, the manufacturer of the Nokia phones, has confirmed the Nokia 8 will be available in Europe on October 20th.
Whether you’re trying to make a simple grocery list or keep track of your work responsibilities for the next month, here are the best to do apps for Android right now!
A new patent filing shows that Huawei could be nearing the launch of a new 360-degree camera in the US, despite the Honor VR launching in China earlier this year.
After getting slapped with a record $2.8 billion dollar fine, Google will separate its shopping unit to bid against rivals for top spots on Google Shopping.
LG had previously announced that they were looking to infuse their smart home products with the Google Assistant, and they’ve made the biggest effort for that future yet: it’s now available in 87 more LG appliances.
NFL and Facebook have signed a new deal that will allow the social network to publish game highlights and in-depth analysis videos of football games shortly after they finish.
After being announced in April, Amazon will take over streaming duties for the NFL’s Thursday Night Football games starting this week with a matchup of the Bears and Packers.
LG is looking to get some creative masterminds to take a second look at the upcoming LG V30. To promote the device’s camera capabilities, they put it in the hands of a cinematographer who works on Game of Thrones, which is regarded as the pinnacle of TV magic.
Siri started with a lot of personality and has slowly gained more useful features. Google took a different path. They started with a lot of great features and very little personality. Now, they are going for both.
Bill Gates is Microsoft. He has always been a big proponent of Microsoft products, but it sounds like even he can’t use Windows Phone anymore.
Fitbit Ionic smartwatch and Flyer wireless headphones will land in stores on October 1st. You can pre-order them right now through Fitbit.com.
Apple has been using Bing search results since 2014, but that’s changing for Spotlight results from Siri and MacOS soon. Search results will one again feature Google.
Artificial intelligence is a big deal in tech right now. Software is obviously a big part of it, but hardware plays an equally important role.
A new support page has revealed that you’ll soon be able to set and check your reminders using your Google Home speaker.
Google Assistant is making it easier than ever to find compatible apps and services with a handy new search bar. Check it out.
Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X owners will get an extra two months of security updates past the original date.
New promotional images have leaked regarding the Huawei Mate 10 which share more information about the device’s dual-camera system, and more.
Hundreds of great games arrive in the Play Store each month. Some are from big name gaming studios, others are from small indie developers. It can be hard to keep up with them all.
Android has gotten a lot more user-friendly over the years, but there are still some things that can leave users scratching their heads. One of the most annoying recent Android problems is the “screen overlay detected” message.
The Wear24 smartwatch offered by Verizon has been discontinued after only three months of availability. All buy links now point to support pages.
The Huawei Mate 9 has appeared on Geekbench sporting Android 8.0 Oreo. There’s no mention of when the update will begin rolling out.