After announcing the Le Pro 3, LeEco revealed there would be a $100 instant rebate for a flash sale on November 2nd. However, it seems there may be a limited number of devices available.
Facebook’s video profile app designed for teens called Lifestage is now available on Android after launching on iOS back in August. No Facebook account is needed to sign up, but it’s designed for people 21 and younger.
Samsung will be integrating new features into its Samsung Pay services in early 2017, as well as adding support for three countries.
ZTE is set to unveil its Axon 7 MAX tomorrow, but ahead of the big reveal some official press materials have leaked online. The most interesting thing is the device features dual cameras on the rear.
We’ve been using the OnePlus 3 for the better part of a month now. If you’re curious to see what we think of the phone (spoiler: there’s no other phone I’d rather be using), head on over to our full review.
Samsung has successfully filed a patent which would add additional functionality to the fingerprint scanner on devices. It’s unlikely we’ll see this on the Galaxy S8, but we could see it in other devices.
The Meizu MX6 is a flagship-tier device which sells for $300. But is it as good as flagship smartphones which sell for $600 or more? Read our MX6 review to find out.
T-Mobile has added the ZTE ZMax Pro to its line-up just in time for the holidays. This is probably the cheapest 6″ smartphone you’ll find and while it is a budget phone, the specs aren’t half bad.
More hints suggest the OnePlus 3T is a real phone that could be coming from the company soon. Evan Blass tweeted out a curious formula that suggests the phone is very similar to the OnePlus 3, but may be priced at a premium.
Google Fiber may be in some trouble after it announced plans to halt expansion for potential Fiber cities, while the CEO of Google Access has stepped down.
Google has removed a few smartwatches and the Chromebook Flip from its store, but have added 2 new smartwatches, a fitness tracker, and a Philips Hue Starter Kit.
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.
A new rumor is suggesting that the Galaxy S8 will be the first smartphone in the world to feature optical fingerprint recognition.
Many people who ordered from the Google Store still have orders listed as “pre-ordered” or “pending.” Some people even have delivery windows that started this week, but their orders are still pending.
Google finally confirms the Pixel camera’s excessive lens flaring, saying a future software should help alleviate the problem. They also want everyone to stop with the hardware exchanges, as this issue isn’t a hardware defect.
Google has released yet another ad for the Pixel while showing a man standing on moving motorcycle before dropping down and sitting while continuing to ride.
The LG V20 is the successor to the V10, and it once again has the quirky second screen. If you’re thinking about getting the V20, or you already have it, you should take advantage of this unique feature.
Bixi is a new puck that lets you control your smartphone and other devices with simple hand gestures. The project just launched on Kickstarter, but it has already met its funding goal.
Huawei announces a product launch event will take place on November 3rd where it is expected to launch the Huawei Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro.
Google has published a handy Tips & Tricks web page for owners of the Pixel and Pixel XL. This will help users discover things about their new device that previously went unnoticed.
If you’re like me you find great joy in pulling pranks on your friends. When a perfectly planned and executed prank comes together it is a thing of beauty. Nowadays everyone is carrying a device that is chock full of pranking potential.
Last year, many considered the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to be a disappointment. It wasn’t a clear upgrade from the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This year, Samsung isn’t taking any chances. They’ve thrown everything but the kitchen sink into the Note. Does a list of features longer than some books make for a great device?
Who says you need to have a $300 smartwatch to have messages delivered to your wrist? Chopping a zero off that price tag gets you the latest deal being offered over at Android Area — a Martian Notifier smartwatch!
In a conference call with various media outlets, Sprint’s CEO revealed that most customers are swapping their Galaxy Note 7s for other Samsung devices.