Didn’t like the gray option of the Daydream View? Well, until now, it was basically “tough luck” for you and your taste in style. Thankfully, Google is one to appeal to many, and as such they’ve unleashed 2 additional Daydream View colors to buy.
This week we’re talking about an old friends return to Android, Pixel outperforming the iPhone on Black Friday, new Galaxy S8 rumors, and OnePlus 3T impressions.
Verizon has a new tablet that may be a nice gift to stick under the tree for your kids. The GizmoTab is what it’s being called, and it could be the perfect companion for the little ones.
After hearing Motorola wanted to add Tango to the Moto Z in the form of such a mod, it’s not surprising that even more possibilities are being dreamed up.
Starting Pokemon Go as a beginner can be a bit daunting. We’ll explain the basics and get you started on your way toward a Pokemon Master.
The CBS All Access app is a service that allows subscribers to stream CBS content. One of the biggest properties that CBS owns is NFL games, but until now they haven’t been available in the app.
It looks like the Moto X line could live on as a mid-range option. A new device being called the Moto X 2017 has leaked.
Google has given us an insight into the best performing apps and games that released on the Google Play Store during this year. Some of them might surprise you.
A vulnerability in AirDroid could leave devices exposed to an attack to run custom code on the device. The developers were notified over six months ago, but nothing has been done to patch the issue.
Lenovo’s Q2 results are a mixed bag for the company. On one hand they’re down 8% year over year, but restructuring and the popularity of the Moto Z are helping the company gain ground.
As the year comes to a close, most of the Android phones for 2016 are out and available for folks to buy. The landscape of the current stable of Android phones won’t change much until the calendar turns, so if you are in need of a smartphone then now is the perfect time to buy one.
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.
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!
If you’re looking to get that special someone an awesome smartwatch, here’s a few options that may help you make that decision.
Android Auto has been updated and there’s no patch notes, but reports say the hotword “Ok Google” now works with the system with mixed results.
Wondering when your Huawei phone will get stepped up to Android 7.0 Nougat? The company has confirmed that at least 6 of their devices will get the update at some point in Q1 2017.
It appears we may be close to HBO VR. HBO accidentally published the HBO GO VR app to Google Play, but the listing has since been removed.
Pokemon GO’s Nearby feature is back, and it’s heading to more people today!
As good as the Pixel camera is, it just can’t catch a break when it comes to these bugs. After an issue cropped up that produced lens flare in many-a daylight photo, users are now reporting constant freezing in the camera app.
The latest update to SwiftKey adds a number of new features to make your life easier. The most notable is a new Clipboard that allows you to save often used phrases for easy access.
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.
If you’re looking for an easy solution to track your kids’ or entire family’s location, Life360 may be the perfect app for you. It’ll give you current and historic location information for the devices you set up and can even send alerts when certain devices arrive and leave specific locations.
Nokia’s long confirmed that their return to Android will happen soon, with recent rumors suggesting Q1 2017. Well, things seem to be moving along swimmingly with Nokia.com being updated with a brand new phones section.
We typically view acquisitions for small startups as great news, but for Pebble and their supposed buyout from Fitbit it might not be that happy of an ending. The original Kickstarter sensation is being bought out by Fitbit for anywhere between $34 to $40 million.