Amazon has five new phones added to its exclusive Prime Phone line-up, including the Nokia 6, Moto E4, and a trio of Alcatel phones including the Alcatel Idol 5S.
We’ve been spending the last few weeks with the HTC U11 as our daily driver. During that time, we’ve gotten well acquainted with the phone and have a really good idea what to expect from the battery life. Spoiler: it’s really good. Check out our review for more.
The Amazon Echo Show – a tabletop assistant just like the original Echo but now with a display screen – has started shipping.
When it comes to the devices Phandroid covers, it’s not often that we share what is being used on our personal devices. So today, I give everyone a look at what’s on my LG G6.
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.
During yesterday’s AMA on Reddit, someone asked if the OnePlus 3 and 3T would be updated to Android, and the company responded by stating it would arrive by the end of the year.
You can now pick up the unlocked LG G6 for only $550 on Amazon. Not a bad deal for such a well rounded Android device.
Google Photos is getting a couple of new features this week, including some stuff they talked about at Google I/O this year. They’ve updated the sharing functionality and they pushed out the Shared Library feature.
Virgin Mobile made waves by announcing their plans to sell nothing but iPhones. The whole situation seems so crazy. A carrier telling you what phones you can buy. But the truth is major carriers already do this in more subtle ways and it sucks.
The European Commission has fined Google as whopping $2.7 billion for its anti-competitive practices in promoting its own shopping comparison over that of rivals in search results.
Oh no. It looks like yet another Google Play Music update has introduced yet another bug that makes it unusable. Here’s a workaround for those affected by it.
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.
In addition to announcing the Honor 9, the company also unveiled a new lineup of accessories including the Honor Band 9 fitness tracker.
The next phone from Huawei’s Honor brand has been officially announced. The Honor 9 was shown off at an event in Germany today. Like the Honor 8, the Honor 9 continues the trend of premium aluminum and glass design.
We’ve been waiting for some legit-looking Galaxy Note 8 renders to surface, and OnLeaks seems to have delivered the first taste.
After being announced last week, the OnePlus 5 is officially available for everyone to purchase with pricing for the device starting at $479 for the 6GB/64GB variant.
The Essential Phone just passed through the FCC, which could mean the phone’s official launch could be imminent.
Researchers asked both Google Home and Amazon Alexa a series of 3,000 questions to determine who is best at information. Unsurprisingly, Google Home came out on top.
A new patent from Google has been uncovered which suggests that we could see some drastic changes made to the Pixel lineup.
A new modified Pixel Launcher has been released which includes access to Google Now, as well as a slew of customizable options.
If you listen to a lot of music with your Android smartphone, you may want to check out Muviz. The app displays a music visualizer on or above your smartphone’s navigation bar, no matter which app you are using.
If you own a PS4, you can easily stream the media files from your Android device to it over your WiFi network. This tutorial will walk you through the steps needed so that you can start streaming your media in less than 2 minutes.
If you don’t live in Canada, you may be surprised to learn that Google Home has not been available for our northern neighbors. Starting today, Google Home is finally available in Canada.
Fans of HBO’s Silicon Valley are being greeted with a new app in the Google Play Store from SeeFood Technologies Inc called “Not Hotdog.” Using powerful machine learning algorithms, the app is able to identify when you’re looking at a hotdog…. or not a hotdog. That’s it.