EarlyBird – News for Android brings you ALL of the Android news you crave and lets users decide what matters. Here are the 10 Top Android for the week of October 28th.
Still looking for the perfect device? Motorola is offering $150 off the price of any Moto Z phone, including the Verizon-exclusive Droid editions.
Every week, hundreds of Android apps and games are submitted to the Play Store. If you’re not paying attention 24/7, it’s easy to miss some of the best stuff.
ES File Explorer has resorted to opening pop-up ads on devices even when the app is closed. If you’re still using this piece of crap, here are four better alternatives that won’t harass you with annoying ads and pop-ups.
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.
Back in 2014, Facebook famously made a $3 billion offer to Snapchat in order to acquire the company. It was turned down and now Facebook has begun incorporating features that make Snapchat unique into its own services like Instagram.
After the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung has repurposed one of the ill-fated lines colors to the Galaxy S7 Edge, thanks to its popularity with Note 7 users.
We have a lot of devices on hand this week. Chris shares his thoughts on the Pixel and Pixel Xl, Joe shares thoughts on the LG V20 and his first ever experience with an iPhone.
Full systemless root on the Google Pixel has been achieved by renowned hacker Chainfire, and it’s only a matter of time before this is released to everyone.
Samsung’s Level Active may be the perfect option if you’re looking for a durable stereo Bluetooth headset for under $100.
Nvidia has announced the 3.3 update for its Nvidia Shield Android TV box is now available, bringing with it some audio improvements for streaming apps like Plex and Kodi.
Android Pay is said to be coming September 16th, but did you know it’s possible to use it right now? If not, well, consider yourself aware. Here’s how to use it yourself.
Some Pixel owners are reporting various problems connecting their phones to their vehicles via Bluetooth. It affects all makes and models of cars and even some Nexus devices are reporting the issue.
Jaybird has announced its latest iteration of wireless headphones, the Jaybird X3, which are said to include an 8-hour battery life and will be priced at $129.99.
Sony is expanding its streaming service, PlayStation Vue, to owners of Android TV devices. The company also announced the service would be coming to PC and Mac users in the near future.
Qualcomm has acquired NXP Semiconductors, one of the largest producers of chips that are currently in use in vehicles across the globe. The massive deal is worth $47 billion and will likely fuel Qualcomm’s growth into the smart automotive industry.
After suffering a series of layoffs, Twitter will be shutting down the popular video-sharing platform, Vine, which has been around since 2013.
Lenovo has put up an official shopping page for its Phab 2 mid-range phablet, which is releasing on November 1st. If the more high-end Phab 2 Pro is what you’re after, you’ve still got a wait ahead of you.
PushBullet has announced an update that makes the service compatible with Allo. You can now reply to your Allo messages on your desktop using the service. Nifty!
Chainfire has achieved root access on the Pixel, but due to issues surrounding the “dm-verity”, there’s still a bit of work left before it can be released.
Facebook now allows users to take 360-degree photos and videos and easily share them to everyone’s News Feeds and gives everyone a simple how-to.
Last year, many considered the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to be a disappointment. It wasn’t a clear upgrade from the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This year, Samsung isn’t taking any chances. They’ve thrown everything but the kitchen sink into the Note. Does a list of features longer than some books make for a great device?
LG Pay may be delayed even further after reports that the company is abandoning its “White Card” in favor of MST payment technology.
A new partnership between Facebook and PayPal will allow users to send and receive payments, as well as view receipts from the Facebook Messenger application.