Meizu has displayed its new “Super mCharge” technology, which promises to charge your smartphone from zero to 100% in just 20 minutes.
We all know that searching for deals can be a tedious task and sometimes you might not find what you want. Amazon currently has a myriad of consumer electronics currently on sale with some substantial discounts.
Fossil has given us a timeline of when, exactly, their smartwatches will get Android Wear 2.0. The company is trumpeting mid-March expectations.
Amazon is said to be working on a way for Alexa to automatically recognize individual voices and change profiles based on who’s speaking.
The Moto Z Force Droid is the bigger brother of Motorola’s new lineup, and Phandroid is back to showcase what sets this device apart from the entry level Moto Z Droid.
ZTE has seemingly started to roll out the update to Android 7.1 Nougat to select owners of the ZTE Axon 7.
A couple of new rumors out of Korea shed some light on the OnePlus 5. If you’re wondering about the OnePlus 4, you’re not crazy, they did indeed skip 4.
Blizzard has announced some big news for Hearthstone. The game’s first major expansion of 2017 has been announced.
The Sony Xperia Projector was introduced as a concept device at last year’s MWC, but the product team at Sony as done quite a bit of refinement and is finally ready to release it to the world. We were able to demo fully the Xperia Projector this year to see what consumers can expect from …
HTC could still be working on a phone with some really cool gesture features.
The Sony Xperia Touch is an Android-powered projector that turns any surface into a touchscreen. It’s essentially an Android tablet with a projector built-in.
Let’s talk about making “the switch.” Everyone does it, whether it’s from Android back to iPhone or vice versa, or when you first dropped your silly dumb phone for something smart. It can be difficult to adjust to a new digital world even if the fundamentals of these devices remain similar, soo here are a few helpful reminders to help you along.
Sony is at Mobile World Congress with a couple of new Android devices to show off. They might not be the bezel-less wonder we saw last week, but they look great nonetheless.
It seems we won’t be getting the ASUS ZenFone 3 Zoom quite as soon as we’d originally thought.
ZTE has unveiled its latest 2 devices which will be nestled in the budget-range market with the ZTE Blade V8 Mini and Blade V8 Lite.
The HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play were announced in early January, but they still haven’t launched. We finally got our hands on the phones at Mobile World Congress.
T-Mobile is pulling another one of their random Uncarrier moves. They’ve announced a free line for any customer that currently has at least 2 lines.
The ASUS ZenWatch 2 and ASUS ZenWatch 3 were both on the list of devices to get Android Wear 2.0, but a timeline for the update’s arrival still has yet to be established. Scratch that as of today: ASUS has mentioned that we’ll be seeing it in early Q2 2017.
The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is the 2017 flagship phone for Sony. We got our hands on this shiny device, but we weren’t able to turn it on to check out the software.
Alongside new phones, Sony had a new iteration of the Sony Xperia Ear to show off at Mobile World Congress.
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.
This month we see the addition of a new list to our Best of Android Phones series — smartwatches! Smartwatches are quickly becoming a phone’s best companion, so it’s important to make sure you’re finding the right fit for yours before throwing your dollars around.
Oculus has mentioned that there are already over 70+ games and apps planned to make use of the new Samsung Gear VR’s controller.
AT&T quickly followed suit a few days later with an unlimited plan of their own, but it was not nearly as competitive as Verizon’s offering. Before the new plan goes live this week, AT&T is already making changes.