OnePlus is teaming up with DJI for a variety of back to school bundles at some nice discounts. Everything from the OnePlus 5, to the Osmo Mobile gimbal, to the DJI Spark and Mavic Pro are up for grabs. Take a look to see how much you could be saving.
High-res press renders of the LG V30 have finally leaked, showing the upcoming phone from just about every angle. It looks absolutely gorgeous.
Looking for a new phone that’s a bit bigger than most phones? You can nab the massive 5.9-inch Huawei Mate 9 on Amazon for a discount.
Use multiple Bluetooth devices and want to set a separate volume level for each of them that your phone remembers? There’s an app for that.
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.
Users will be able to make voice calls in the US and Canada through Google Home. The catch: you can’t call another Google Home or answer calls with it.
Nokia has a new series of videos that explain how its liquid cooling system works inside the Nokia 8, as well as the Dual Sight camera.
HMD Global and Nokia have finally taken the wraps off of the flagship-specced Nokia 8. It features a Snapdragon 835 processor, 64GB of RAM, and liquid cooling.
A new recall for counterfeit Samsung Galaxy Note 4 batteries has been issued after the counterfeit batteries were used in AT&T refurbished devices.
More information was leaked regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, including the spec sheet for the international variant and a new color option that may be available.
After news broke that Google was now paying Apple around $3 billion to stay the default search engine on their devices, they’re reportedly paying Samsung even more.
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A new patent has surfaced that shows Samsung has considered integrating a microphone and breathalyzer into the S-Pen stylus.
We may use hundreds of different devices with millions of different launchers, themes, and icon pack combinations, but we’re all Android users and we’re all unique.
Version 8.5 is said to be much smoother than the current version with no dropped frames. The iris and face recognition will be even faster as well.
After much speculation and continued delays, Essential has finally confirmed that the Essential Phone will be shipping within the next 7 days.
Snapchat introduces a new feature for Our Stories called “Crowd Surf.” Let’s you watch a music event from multiple angles, all without missing a beat.
Not every new trend in the mobile industry is one that should catch on. We take a look at some of the best and worst trends of Android development so far.
The OnePlus 5 had great battery life when it first launched, but a few emergency updates brought with them a whole new set of bugs, one that killed standby battery life on the device. Now that the 4.5.8 update has gone out, how is battery life on the OnePlus 5? Find out in our review.
Back in July, we wrote about the Pixel XL 2 having a squeezable frame like the HTC U11. Thanks to a new FCC filing from HTC, we have more information about this feature.
Capturing a screenshot on an Android device is pretty simple. Press the unique button combination on your smartphone or tablet and you can capture and share a screenshot in a matter of seconds. A handful of new smartphones feature a scrolling screenshot option which allows you to capture an entire web page, yourapp drawer or even …
Hundreds of great games arrive in the Play Store each month. Some are from big name gaming studios, others are from small indie developers. It can be hard to keep up with them all.
A new series of renders give everyone a look at what to expect from the Huawei Mate 10 ahead of its official reveal sometime in October.
Instagram is finally adding threaded comments, so you can see the context of people’s replies. You know, just like on Facebook.