Contemporary imaging trends see most camera manufacturers making the natural jump to 4K, so Nest’s wishes to do the same for their product comes as no surprise.
The Pixel Launcher from the latest version of Android O has been made available for download if your device is running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow or above.
The Oppo R11 and R11 Plus have passed through TENAA, revealing many of the specs for the upcoming devices, including dual-rear cameras.
With the Amazon Echo Look out and about, Amazon felt it necessary to release the companion app you’ll need to manage it. That app is now available for download through Google Play.
Want to view your smartphone notifications on your computer, send a text from your computer or seamlessly transfer files between your Android device and your computer? We’ll show you how to do all that and more with the help of Pushbullet.
A new feature in Android O has been discovered which will allow users to pause larger OTA updates, making it easier to not have to worry about using mobile data if you need to leave in the middle of an update.
Mophie has announced the Juice Pack for the Pixel XL which adds a 2,950mAh battery and can recharge the case and your device via wireless Qi charging capabilities. The Juice Pack is priced at $99.95.
With Android O, Google is placing an increased emphasis on improving not only Android stability and speed, but also those of the millions of apps in Google Play. They’ll start penalizing developers whose apps don’t meet those goals.
Despite Google stating that Photo Books would be launching on mobile devices “in the coming weeks”, it seems that some users are already seeing the option in the Photos mobile app.
A new video shows off a dummy unit for the Galaxy Note 8, and reveals a dual-rear camera setup, along with the lack of a fingerprint scanner. This is leading to suggestions of an embedded fingerprint scanner.
Over the weekend, the Moto Z2 Play passed through TENAA’s certification process, while Lenovo’s Twitter account confirmed the device would feature a smaller battery than its predecessor.
LG is no stranger to competition with Samsung, of course. With the G5, they’ve pulled out all the stops. Does LG’s plethora of features make the G5 a better device overall?
Google announced a partnership with Mobvoi to introduce a new accessory powered by Google Assistant, the Mobvoi Tichome Mini. The device will launch later this year, but pricing is unknown.
Samsung’s deal for T-Mobile Galaxy S8s is really nice. They’re offering a BOGO deal that delivers up to $750 to your original method of payment in just 7-10 business days.
Carl Pei decided to start his Monday off with a OnePlus 5 joke, but little did he know what he thought was a harmless quip about headphone jacks would be turned into a PR nightmare.
We haven’t heard anything about the Nokia 9 in a while. In case you’re not up to speed, the Nokia 9 is expected to be a flagship Android device. New photos of the phone have leaked.
A frontal shot of the Galaxy S8 Active shows us a design that portrays something sturdier than what we got on the other Galaxy S8 models.
T-Mobile is announcing a slight fee hike for those not on T-Mobile ONE.
At Google I/O 2017, the Google Play Awards were handed out to specific applications which were chosen as the top options depending upon their category.
Now that Google I/O 2017 is in the books, the Big “G” took us down memory lane to show us all 101 different announcements that were made over the 3 days of the event.
Google Voice Search is awesome, and you probably use it a lot more than is humanly healthy. But did you know that Google stores a history of all the queries you make on their servers?
Samsung has once again released an Edge variant to go with the regular model, but the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has some real benefits that make it a much more compelling device. Is the Edge truly worth $100 more than the regular Galaxy S7.
During the Android Fireside Chat at Google I/O 2017 Dave Burke, Google VP of engineering for Android, was asked about the Fuchsia project and he provided a great non-answer.
A session during Google I/O 2017 explained how the color management will change in Android O, while explaining to developers how to make sure that their applications will be properly calibrated.