We’ve already shown you a bundle of great things to do to get started with your new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, but Samsung has their own help to offer.
It’s about to be the storm of the Echo legion in 2017. Amazon yesterday announced the Echo Look, and now they want to add a display to your next Echo.
Samsung is assuring folks that the Galaxy S8 does not have any display color defects, because they can ill afford another incident.
BlackBerry KEYone’s release date has been revealed for the US and Canada.
mobile gaming is dominated by simple arcade-style games. They may only require a few taps here and there, but their addictive nature is nothing to scoff at. We’re back with even more addictive games for you, but this time we’re focusing on newer games. You’ll be playing these games until your battery is screaming at you.
Samsung confirmed a new flagship to be launched in the second half of 2017, and one can only assume it’ll be the Galaxy Note 8.
With the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 firmly in the rear-view mirror, Samsung is trying to rebound with the Samsung Galaxy S8. The numbers for Q1 2017 are in and things are looking good for Sammy.
Google Home is getting some awesome new functionality this week. You can now use it to help keep you on task when you’re in the kitchen whipping up a recipe.
New images have been “leaked” which give us a look at the ins and outs of the upcoming Moto Power Pack Moto Mod for the Moto Z lineup.
A pair of Google Bluetooth headphones passed through the FCC recently. It sounds exciting, doesn’t it? Google putting their stamp on a pair of quality Bluetooth headphones, and they probably work great with all Android phones whereas most average Bluetooth headphones have a few quirks to deal with! But, sadly, that’s not what’s going on …
This is the Amazon Echo Look, an Alexa-infused device through and through, albeit one with some very unique functionality for the style-conscious lot of you.
Since there are so many different things you can do with an Android phone it’s inevitable to be unaware of some basic tricks. We’ve compiled a list of seven cool tricks that every Android user should know.
So, according to a teardown of the latest Google App beta, the company could be preparing to stick a search box in your notifications tray. Are you OK with that?
We’ve already heard of the great measures Samsung is taking to ensure the Galaxy S8’s battery safety. Now, we have a look into the actual facility where they conduct these tests.
Twitter has come quite a long way since its budding days as the next interesting social media craze. The 140-character schtick as grown from a silly gimmick to a full-on content and multimedia platform, and it’s about to come full circle with their latest move.
We’ve known for some time now that Lenovo would be going all in on Moto for their global efforts, but we never thought they’d completely ditch the strides they made in furthering the ZUK brand.
We already know that the Moto Z2 line will be compatible with existing Moto Mods, but we haven’t heard anything about new ones. Thanks to a leaked video, we’re getting a good look at some upcoming Mods.
I’ve always felt strongly that you shouldn’t have to handicap your smartphone in order to squeeze a few extra minutes of battery life from it. That’s exactly what Samsung’s App power monitor feature does on the Galaxy S8. Here’s how you turn it off.
We’re still not entirely sure what the OnePlus 5’s makeup will be, but IndiaToday alleges to have the first idea of what it’ll look like.
When it comes to hyper realistic racing simulations, these two games may take the cake.
Have some summer fun awaiting you this month? Our list of the best rugged and durable Android phones as of August 2016 is just in time for your consideration.
We asked you to tell us which messaging apps you use. These apps could be used for SMS, instant messaging, video chat, or all three. After one full week we have tallied the votes. Here are your picks!
We’ve been putting the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 up against each other in a variety of tests. Now, it’s time to look at the other half of the camera equation: video quality.
Developed by Playtonic Games,Yooka-Laylee is a vibrant platforming adventure that’s launching today on both PC and NVIDIA SHIELD via the cloud-based magic of GeForce NOW.