The Nokia 6 launched in China earlier today, and apparently demand over there for the smartphone is pretty good. The device sold out in just 1 minute.
We heard that Nokia could be announcing up to 7 new phones in 2017, which means we should be seeing the next phone very soon.
While Super Mario Run is still making the rounds, Nintendo is busy on their second mobile game. Fire Emblem Heroes is its name, and it launches February 2nd.
LG has scheduled their big Mobile World Congress press event. It lands on February 26th.
This month we see the addition of a new list to our Best of Android Phones series — smartwatches! Smartwatches are quickly becoming a phone’s best companion, so it’s important to make sure you’re finding the right fit for yours before throwing your dollars around.
It’s official: Super Mario Run is officially headed to Android this March, 2017. You can pre-register for the game right now. Link provided in the post.
A new leak claims to show off the front display panels for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus.
Video calling might not be as popular as it’s depicted in sci-fi movies, but it’s still a very valuable form of communication. Let’s take a look at the best Android apps for video calling.
LG has announced that an update will be coming to its Music Flow speaker system that will enable multi-room support, as well as the ability to be used with Google Home.
Vizio today announced that they’ve added Google Home support to their various SmartCast products. These include sound bars, TVs, wireless speakers, and more.
Sony has started sending out press invitations for its Mobile World Congress press conference, which will begin on February 27th. The company will also be live-streaming the conference.
If you’re an Android newbie, we’re sure you’ve already figured out how to move around and set up icons on your homescreen to your liking. That’s the easy part. In this Android 101, we wanted to educate you on one of Android’s most underused features: shortcuts.
The Google Store is hosting some new options for your device’s housing needs. The Pixel and Pixel XL can be outfitted with LifeProof FRĒ cases.
ASUS has confirmed that it halted the rollout of Android Nougat for the ZenFone 3 due to bug issues that have been discovered.
Google has confirmed it will be extending its Project Fi referral program indefinitely. The program allows you to collect up to $200 in bill credits when referring new subscribers.
Microsoft is looking to make Cortana an even bigger part of your Android phone. The company is testing a new update which will let you access Cortana from your lock screen.
Google has updated Allo to version 5.0 and includes the addition of Chrome Custom Tabs, while preparing to release custom stickers based on your selfies.
Samsung has just filed for a trademark for the rights to the “Galaxy S8” moniker, all but confirming the name of its next flagship.
New promotional images have been leaked which seemingly show off Sony’s successor to the Xperia XA, which may be revealed at MWC.
Google has updated the Google Search app with a key new feature. You can now perform searches offline.
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.
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.
Verizon has a new individual plan to offer folks who don’t need to gorge on data. Aptly named $55 for 5GB, the plan is as you’d assume: it offers a 5GB bucket of data, plus all the Unlimited Talk and Text you can handle.
NVIDIA is ceasing radio silence on their update plans for the SHIELD Tablet and SHIELD Tablet K1. The devices will, in fact, be receiving Android 7.0 Nougat. But when?