Mobile World Congress 2017 is kicking off with our first look and hands-on with the all new BlackBerry KeyOne. Can BlackBerry keep the dream of the 2000s alive with their latest physical QWERTY?
Several phones and tablets now have support for Lineage OS 14.1, including the HTC 10 and even the Samsung Galaxy S II.
The man behind the $4 smartphone in India has been arrested on allegations of fraud after distributors claim they haven’t received the Freedom 251 phone.
Every week, hundreds of Android apps and games are submitted to the Play Store. If you’re not paying attention 24/7, it’s easy to miss some of the best stuff.
Video calling might not be as popular as it’s depicted in sci-fi movies, but it’s still a very valuable form of communication. Let’s take a look at the best Android apps for video calling.
Turn your Moto Z into a regular old walkie talkie with one of the finalists in Motorola’s Moto Mod concept partnership with IndieGoGo.
RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch released on iOS a few days ago and should be rolling out for Android sometime today.
With MWC 2017 about to get underway, we take a look at what to expect from the event, including what we already know. We’ve also thrown some speculation for other devices that could be announced.
Google has let Pixel owners know that it has identified a fix for random Bluetooth disabling that has been happening with the phone on Nougat and an update will be rolling out soon.
EarlyBird – News for Android brings you ALL of the Android news you crave and lets users decide what matters. Here are the 10 Top Android Stories for the week of February 24th.
Google is now selling Samsung’s Chromebook Plus at their online storefront. The Chromebook goes for $449, plus a $20 Google Play gift card.
Google has posted a master list of over 150 tips and tricks in an effort to get folks acclimated to their various products and services. That’s no small list, and it covers a wide range of things going from Gmail and Chrome to Android and YouTube.
A new report shows that Samsung launched more phone models than any other phone manufacturer last year. That excludes US carrier-specific models, too.
Several new leaks have appeared ahead of Mobile World Congress, with new alleged specs for the Moto G5, Huawei P10, and the Xiaomi Mi 5c.
Alphabet’s Waymo has filed a lawsuit against Uber alleging that the company is using stolen trade secrets to build their self-driving fleet.
A few days ago, an APK for Samsung’s Secure Folder app leaked for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users on Nougat. This app allows you to store images, documents, apps, and other things inside a folder that’s locked with your fingerprint or a password of some sort. That app is now formally available. Nothing changes with …
This week we’re talking about the surprisingly awesome ZTE Blade V8 Pro. Other topics include more Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks and rumors, very promising LG G6 info, Pokemon GO Gen 2, and more!
Amazon has been asked by authorities to turn over audio recordings associated with the Amazon Echo of a man believed to have murdered his friend.
Messenger has been a part of Google’s messy messaging approach since 2014. Today, it received a brand new name: Android Messages.
One of the biggest knocks against Google Allo was that it could only be used on your phone, and only one phone at that, but that’ll soon be another point to wash away from its rough beginning history.
We all get that uncomfortable feeling when someone else is using your phone. Something embarrassing or confidential is just a few errant swipes away. We’ve created three new guides to help you lock down personal photos, messages, and apps.
When the heat gets unbearable you will need to seek refuge in the air conditioning. You’ll also need some new games to keep you entertained. Luckily, July brought us a plethora of awesome new Android titles.
Google teamed with fashion designer Christian Cowan to design a line of Really Blue jeans. As you’d expect, the shade of blue mirrors that of the Really Blue Pixel.
Here’s a photo of the BlackBerry Mercury sitting next to some FCB apparel, a sure sign that they’re all packed and ready to go for a formal announcement at Mobile World Congress.