Samsung has just filed for a trademark for the rights to the “Galaxy S8” moniker, all but confirming the name of its next flagship.
New promotional images have been leaked which seemingly show off Sony’s successor to the Xperia XA, which may be revealed at MWC.
Google has updated the Google Search app with a key new feature. You can now perform searches offline.
Verizon has a new individual plan to offer folks who don’t need to gorge on data. Aptly named $55 for 5GB, the plan is as you’d assume: it offers a 5GB bucket of data, plus all the Unlimited Talk and Text you can handle.
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.
NVIDIA is ceasing radio silence on their update plans for the SHIELD Tablet and SHIELD Tablet K1. The devices will, in fact, be receiving Android 7.0 Nougat. But when?
Android One is Google’s program for pushing ultra low-cost phones in emerging markets. We usually don’t think of the US as an “emerging market,” but that doesn’t mean affordable phones aren’t needed here.
OnePlus has announced that they’ve started incremental rollouts for the OnePlus 3T’s OxygenOS 4.0.2 update. This one brings us Nougat.
Apparently, there’s still a sizable coalition of Galaxy Note 7 owners at Verizon who simply refuse to give their phones back, and Verizon’s about to take efforts to the next level.
Changing your wallpaper is the simplest way to customize your phone. If you’re like me, you change your wallpaper almost every day. I’m constantly trying new wallpaper apps just to find that perfect backdrop.
Google has removed the Motorola Moto 360 2015 from its online storefront. This may be due to the company’s plans to release a new smartwatch next month.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active is finally here and ready to be used and abused. The Galaxy S7 Active is essentially a Galaxy S7 with a beefy case permanently affixed, but it does offer a few extra tricks.
Google has detailed some nice new changes to Google+. For starters, we have one old feature that’s making its grand redebut: events!
Google and LG are preparing to launch 2 new smartwatches which will be the first to run Android Wear 2.0, along with the first to include Google Assistant.
The Witness is the newest puzzle-heavy hit on the Google Play Store, offering a compelling distraction for those who enjoy exploring rich environments while putting their brains to work
Ahead of the Nokia 6’s official launch, there have been over 1 million users registered to learn more about HMD Global’s first flash sale of the device, which is scheduled to take place on January 19th.
It seems Google is finally rolling out new functionality in Google Maps designed to tell you what to expect in terms of parking availability at your destination.
A new tablet from Huawei has recently received its Wi-Fi certification. The MediaPad T3 is likely to be unveiled at MWC 2017 after receiving its certification.
New details for the Oppo Find 9 have been leaked and show a new bezel-less design, along with the fact that the device will be available in 2 different variants once launched.
A new patent filing shows that LG is working on a different design for a foldable smartphone, while including some features that were unexpected.
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?
The official Gmail app is packed with features and tricks (some more obvious that others). We’ve got 15 tips to help you get the most out of the Gmail app.
Google has a great deal for the Daydream View today! It can be yours for just $49, which is a cool $30 off its usual $79 price tag.
Nougat spreads to a new group of Sony users today. Those still rocking with the Xperia Z5 and Z5 Premium will be able to download Nougat starting today.