A filmmaker wanted to test out the new 4K video recording capabilities of the Google Pixel and the results are amazing.
A new app has been made available for the Amazon Echo which allows users to fact check politicians to see if what is being said, is true.
Halloween is right around the corner and Pokemon GO hopes you’ll open the game a few more times to celebrate. Starting on October 26th and running through November 1st, Niantic will be adding some special incentives for the spooky Holiday.
Huawei is rumored to be releasing the Mate 9 Pro alongside the Mate 9, and the device will be priced at around $1,300.
Email is one piece of technology that almost everyone uses, and there are thousands of different ways to do it. Last week we asked you to share your favorite email app for Android, and now we have the results.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle is finally starting to fade into the background, but Samsung isn’t out of the woods yet. It will be important for Samsung to get Note 7 owners to finally ditch their devices and to retail the other customers. We’re already hearing about plans to do just that.
GoPro’s highly anticipated entry into the drone market is now complete: the GoPro Karma Drone is now available for sale at GoPro.com!
Currently, you can get the ASUS ZenWatch 2 from eBay for just $80, which is a savings of almost 50%. The deal also includes a 90-day warranty from ASUS.
Android 7.1 Nougat adds a whole slew of new emoji’s in addition to those that were included with Android 7.0 Nougat.
There are dozens of incredible smartphone, smartwatch and accessory deals each week, so we thought we’d do you a favor and pull together the best deals we could find. This week’s highlights include the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, the HTC 10, Fossil’s Q Founder Android Wear smartwatch and the brand new Amazon Echo Dot. If …
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You’ve just unwrapped your very first Android phone. Congratulations! Here are some of the first things you should do with your shiny new phone.
Kodak has unveiled the Kodak Ektra with a 5-inch 1080p display and a 21MP rear-facing camera with 4K video capture.
iFixIt is back with another teardown to show us just how easy or hard it is to fix the latest smartphones. It’s not insanely hard, but you’ll probably want to let Google take care of it anyway.
Google has published the OTA files and Factory Images for Android 7.1 Nougat for the Pixel and Pixel XL.
Google has partnered with uBreakiFix to provide OEM parts to quickly and easily repair any broken displays for the Pixel and Pixel XL.
Samsung’s Blue Coral Galaxy Note 7 looked awesome, but with that device exiting the production cycle, it seems Samsung has a whole lot of coral blue paint to use, so they’re getting the ball rolling on a new color variant of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Unfortunately, Google has been adamant that Nexus phones will not be getting a lot of the same things that Pixel phones have. Thankfully, not all hope is lost — you can still make your phone look and feel like a Pixel in some respects if you want to be with the in-crowd.
Google has partnered with 3 popular YouTube stars to release a set of new ads showcasing different features of the Pixel and Pixel XL.
Remember a while back we told you ZTE was looking for winning ideas for implementation in a future smartphone? It’s here. So, what was the big winning idea? A phone with an adhesive back! Its purpose? To stick itself onto a wall. Yup.
We are hot on the tails of the release of several big-name Android flagship phones. These devices will carry the torch for their respective companies for most of this year. Whenever a new crop of devices gets launched a flood of new users enter the Android world. One of the first things new users will do is search the Google Play Store for apps to download.
When the heat gets unbearable you will need to seek refuge in the air conditioning. You’ll also need some new games to keep you entertained. Luckily, July brought us a plethora of awesome new Android titles.
Although the Galaxy Note 7 has already been recalled twice and is no longer in production, that isn’t stopping Amtrak from banning the device from being carried on trains, buses, or on platforms.
A OnePlus designer posted to Weibo about an upcoming device. No details were given, but it’s been suggested that the device may be named OnePlus 3T.