The final developer preview for Android Wear 2.0 has been released and includes iOS support. However, Google also confirms that the release will be coming in “early February”.
A new rumor suggests that the next generation Huawei Watch will feature a built-in SIM card for making and receiving calls when away from a paired smartphone or WiFi network.
The ASUS Chromebook C213 and Acer Chromebook Spin 11 were announced at an event in London and will be primarily available for those who work in education.
Voice assistant-enabled devices are set to take over the homes of the world in 2017. VoiceLabs predicts at least 33 million devices will be in homes by the end of the year.
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.
Chrome OS isn’t just for laptops anymore. Google’s Rajen Sheth has confirmed his company hopes to see more Chrome OS form factors in the future, including detachables and tablets based on the OS.
Despite updating Google Voice for the first time in years, which brought a redesign and added new features, Google also removed different features which can only be accessed on the web.
OnePlus has announced it will be pausing the OxygenOS Open Beta program for one month as the company celebrates the Chinese New Year.
A new rumors suggests that Samsung has huge plans for the Galaxy S8 launch which includes multiple cities and a new marketing campaign which will take place on March 29th.
Samsung and LG traditionally are very competitive, but this year could take it to a new level. Forbes is reporting that the Galaxy S8 will be the first phone with the Snapdragon 835 processor.
Today we’re getting a first look at Google’s upcoming Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches made by LG. The LG Watch Sport and Style have just turned up in a pair of low-resolution press renders. Hey, it’s better than nothing.
Being on a budget shouldn’t doom you to life with a bad smartphone. Thankfully, those who are looking for savings will be happy to learn that there are some pretty great smartphones to be had.
Before the LG G6 could formally be unveiled at this year’s Mobile World Congress, the phone has conveniently been leaked in half of its glory. Additional details provided in the post.
AT&T wants to make traveling easier for its customers, so it’s introducing a new international day pass for $10 a day to cut out international roaming charges.
OnePlus says it’s committing to getting its phones in customers hands faster for the year 2017. A new batch of 64GB Gunmetal OnePlus 3T devices is now available for immediate shipping.
2 new smartphones from Huawei have passed through TENAA. The first seems to be a flagship device from Honor, with the 2nd option being a low to mid-range option.
A new Nokia device codenamed Heart has showed up on GFXBench with mid-range specs. Could this be another of Nokia’s new devices?
Google Voice has been updated with a brand new material design look and with proper separation between texts, voicemails, and calls.
The new T-Mobile ONE plan is now available for everyone and ensures that you will no longer pay any extra taxes or fees once your bill is due.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge owners are reporting pink lines appearing in their displays. There’s no official response from Samsung about the issue yet, either.
After doing some soul searching and deciding whether your child is ready to get their own smartphone, you’ll want to use this list of the best Android phones for kids as guidance on where to go for buying them their first one.
In 2009, Android enthusiasts got their first tastes of Cupcake and Donut. With Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jellybean, and Kit Kat now in the books – just for fun – I’m revising my predictions.
Sprint and Tidal have announced a new partnership which will net Sprint a 33% stake in the music streaming company.
GFXBench has spotted a new Nokia tablet with a massive 18.4″ screen. The device is running Android 7.0 Nougat and it’s capable of shooting Ultra HD video.