In case you haven’t gotten enough of the Galaxy S8, here’s another set of photos to get you excited for next week’s unveiling.
We’re back and so is a new version of Android! This week we’re talking all about Android O, what it should be called, what it can do, and much more.
Fossil-owned fashion brand Michael Kors has announced 2 new Access smartwatches for launch this year. They’ll be donning Android Wear 2.0 and have some significant improvements.
Lenovo has announced that the Moto G5 Plus is on its way March 31st in the US. The phone will be available from Amazon for $229.99 as standard.
So you’ve lost your Android phone and you don’t want to spend upwards of hundreds of dollars to replace it, eh? As important as smartphones have become in our everyday lives, misplacing them is one of the most scary things that can happen. We discuss some things you can do to get it back, even if you weren’t prepared to have it happen!
If you want an LTE watch with a more classy style, Samsung has announced that they’re fulfilling that need with the Samsung Gear S3 Classic LTE.
The Exynos chips have been made exclusively for Samsung phones, but apparently, Samsung tried to sell them to other manufacturers. A new report claims Qualcomm prevented that from happening.
All the carriers and usual retailer suspects are set to sell the LG G6, but a new option has appeared that we’re quite excited to see: unlocked!
Google is sending out emails to G Suite admins letting them know that they’ll be ending SMS support in Hangouts on May 22nd. The changes wont affect Google Voice users, but Google will be urging everyone else to use a different app to handle SMS on their device.
A leaked Target ad is showing the retailer throwing in a free Gear VR and $100 gift card with every Samsung Galaxy S8 pre-order (and subsequent activation). That’s one hell of a deal.
OnePlus has taken to Twitter to confirm that Google Assistant is officially rolling out to OnePlus 3 and 3T owners across the globe.
We all get that uncomfortable feeling when someone else is using your phone. Something embarrassing or confidential is just a few errant swipes away. We’ve created three new guides to help you lock down personal photos, messages, and apps.
Facebook Messenger is adding more features to their app and blazing past the competition. It’s going to be real hard for Allo to catch up at this point.
A couple of those who pre-ordered the LG G6 on T-Mobile have apparently already received their devices, despite it not being available to everyone until April 7th.
Samsung has teamed up with renowned watch designer, Yvan Arpa, to show off three concept watches based on the Gear S3 at Baselword 2017. One of them is a Gear S3 smart pocket watch hybrid. No, it’s not April yet.
Working at your desk while in the standard sitting position quickly becomes monotonous, especially when you’re staying in the same position all day. I have been using the Autonomous Smart Desk 2 — which quickly changes between sitting and standing positions — for a little over two weeks. Here are my thoughts.
Thanks to amazing Android developers, you don’t need Android O to have this feature on your device. There are several apps in the Play Store that allow you to snooze notifications in a similar way. The one we like the most is called Boomerang.
The Nextbit Robin is now receiving its upgrade to Android 7.0 Nougat.
Do you have more phones and tablets than any one person should? Do you enjoy a good laugh? We’ve got the perfect show for you!
A security researcher discovered 3 different vulnerabilities in Nest’s firmware which makes it possible to knock the cameras offline. The sad thing is Nest has known for months and still hasn’t done anything about it.
Rooting your device opens it up to a world of possibilities. You may think Android is customizable out of the box, but it pales in comparison to what a rooted device can do. Still on the fence? Keep reading.
“Smart Lock” is an Android feature that allows you to bypass the hassle of a lock screen when you’re in trusted situations.
While the list of 2017’s new emojis still hasn’t been finalized, it’s been refined and even gains some new suggestions for the Unicode Consortium to vote on.
Google is flavoring things up a bit by adding screenshots to the header listings in Google Play. You can thumb through them and click to embiggen just as you would on the full app listing.