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.
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.
We are hot on the tails of the release of several big-name Android flagship phones. These devices will carry the torch for their respective companies for most of this year. Whenever a new crop of devices gets launched a flood of new users enter the Android world. One of the first things new users will do is search the Google Play Store for apps to download.
A new rumor suggests the Samsung Galaxy S8 will have a faster wireless charger than previous generation Samsung wireless chargers.
US Cellular is slated to begin offering an unlimited plan tomorrow that’s cheaper than Verizon, but comes with the same fine print.
Google Search outside of the Play Store is very forgiving. You can miss a few letters or write something completely incomprehensible, but a lot of the time Google knows what you mean. That’s not the case in the Play Store
Huawei is expected to launch the Huawei Watch 2 at Mobile World Congress, and VentureBeat has delivered our first look at the thing ahead of the big show.
It seems owners of the original Motorola DROID Turbo are receiving invites to a new soak test.
T-Mobile announced that LTE-U technology — developed in part by Qualcomm, and supported by equipment makers Nokia and Ericsson — has been FCC certified.
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.
Do you have more phones and tablets than any one person should? Do you enjoy a good laugh? We’ve got the perfect show for you!
A new update for Google Play Music adds a new way to access your recent history, a new animation, and a boosted music catalogue.
Qualcomm has announced their latest hardware development kit, but this one isn’t for prototyping phones. It’s the VRDK, or Virtual Reality Development Kit.
The Google Store either got a huge unannounced change or it’s simply a bug. Either way, what’s going on right now is that Google is allowing you to buy things in a different country’s version of the Google Store.
Sony’s Xperia X2 has leaked, and by god the bezels are small. No, like they’re actually small. Not even normal-sized. But tiny.
Google seems to be experimenting with the idea of separating all the content in Google Play into their own portals.
Samsung’s latest processor, which is expected to be in one variant of the Samsung Galaxy S8, has entered mass production. The Exynos 8895 is an octa-core chip and the first to take advantage of 10-nanometer FinFET technology.
Huawei is the latest manufacturer to create a 360-degree camera to help folks create interesting new content for this VR age
The Huawei Mate 8 is the latest superphone from the Chinese manufacturer. On paper, the Mate 8 is actually better than the Nexus 6P in almost every category. Some would assume that automatically makes the Mate 8 the new king of Android. It’s not that easy.
Trying to keep track of all your favorite RSS feeds can be a pain. Luckily there are a ton of options on the Google Play Store and we take a look at a few of the best.
According to a new report, the LG G6 will go on same 42 days before the Samsung Galaxy S8, giving LG a huge advantage over its main competitor.
If you were curious to see what kind of hardware the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus will be working with, @evleaks just leaked out most of the device’s specs.