You can grab a $50 Google Play Gift Card for only $45. Pretty good deal if you’re looking to pick up some movies to take advantage of Movies Anywhere.
Google has announced that users can now use their Google Home device to stream YouTube TV, provided that a Chromecast is connected to the TV.
Authy has just released a new beta of their app that allows you to use a PIN and your fingerprint sensor to protect your 2-factor authentication codes on your device.
The Pixel 2 is finally in our hands! We got our first look at the new Pixel back at the Made by Google event, but now we have one of the devices.
Google Calendar is arguably the biggest advancement in calendars since they started printing them out with cat photos. To get the most out of this powerful productivity tool, there are a few tips and tricks you should know about.
The HTC U11 Plus could have just been revealed in a series of leaked benchmarks and even a 3D render courtesy of @OnLeaks.
Carl Pei shared a tongue-in-cheek comment about the lack of availability for the OnePlus 5. OnePlus has yet to comment on whether the phone will be restocked before a new phone is released.
Samsung wants to take on Amazon’s Alexa with Bixby 2.0, they’ve announced the second iteration of their digital assistant will be more open and will feature more useful interactions with smart devices.
Today, Samsung and Google announced a partnership to bring ARCore to Galaxy smartphones. This is a huge step in ARCore being a viable competitor to Apple’s ARKit.
Now that the ZTE Axon M has been made official, we take a look at a few reasons why you should either love, or hate, the device.
You won’t have to sign up for Project Fi to get your hands on a Moto X4. We already know it’s coming unlocked, and now there’s another place to get it from: Amazon.
Android tablets were all the rage a couple of years ago, which means you probably have one lying around. Another product that was all the rage was digital photo frames. We can make them both better.
Garmin Speak is a new accessory that brings Alexa skills and spoken turn-by-turn directions to give you hands-free control of your music and navigation while you’re driving.
Monument Valley 2 is finally headed to Android after a long period of iOS exclusivity. It’s a puzzle game series that feels like playing an M.C. Escher painting.
The ZTE Axon M has been unveiled, and we provide everyone some of our first impressions of the upcoming dual-display device.
Developing the perfect Smart Home can be a fickle beast with dozens of companies producing hundreds of products using various technologies and standards that may or may not work together. As companies like Amazon and Google focus on the power of voice operated systems, you’ll want to make sure your products are compatible.
The Petnet SmartFeeder is an automated feeder that connects to an app on your phone. There are plenty of “dumb” automatic pet feeders on the market, but the SmartFeeder adds a bunch of extra features.
Motorola’s latest Moto Mod is a doozie. It’s the Moto Smart Speaker, and its whole purpose is to snap Amazon Alexa onto the back of your Moto Z.
Google is testing breaking news notifications in Chrome for Android to ensure you’re always up to date with your favorite news sources.
Making your most sensitive notes more secure is now even easier in Microsoft OneNote for Android, which now supports password protection.
So you just unwrapped a brand new Android phone or tablet. Now you’re thinking “what else can I do with this thing?” Here are the first things you should do with your new toy.
We thought it’d be fun to think about what the worst Android phones have been so far. My colleagues and I have had a fun time putting this list together and talking about what awarded each device’s spot in this list. Come check out some of the worst Android phones of all time!
Huawei and Google have confirmed that a bug with the Mate 10 Pro caused batteries on review units to drain rather quickly, while also leaving the phone feeling warmer than normal.
Most of Google’s apps have Material Design, but a lot of the web services still don’t. Google Calendar is finally getting a taste of Material.