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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!
mobile gaming is dominated by simple arcade-style games. They may only require a few taps here and there, but their addictive nature is nothing to scoff at. We’re back with even more addictive games for you, but this time we’re focusing on newer games. You’ll be playing these games until your battery is screaming at you.
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.
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.
After seeing a few rumblings and press renders, we now have the full spec sheet for the upcoming Motorola Moto M, which will likely be released as a mid-range device.
Popular automation service, IFTTT, now includes a channel for devices using Google Assistant and its various voice commands. These recipes work with either the Pixel or Google Home.
Despite rumors which claimed Samsung would be delaying the release of its latest smartwatch, the Gear S3, these rumors have seemingly been debunked.
Since there are so many different things you can do with an Android phone it’s inevitable to be unaware of some basic tricks. We’ve compiled a list of seven cool tricks that every Android user should know.
LG’s mobile division has shared its financial results for Q3 2016 and they don’t look good. In fact, Q3 marks LG Mobile’s worst ever quarterly loss and the sixth straight quarterly loss.
Starting tomorrow (10/28), you can bring your Pixel phone to T-Mobile and get up to 50% off the retail price you paid. That brings the price down to $325 when you sign up for the T-Mobile ONE plan.
T-Mobile’s CEO will be announcing “BIG news about @tmobile + @Google Pixel” later today. It looks like the Pixel may not be a Verizon exclusive for much longer.
With the amount of excitement generated by the Xiaomi Mi Mix and its borderless display, third-party retailers will likely jack up the price of the phone. How much would you be willing to pay for the new device?
The Xiaomi Mi Mix and ist borderless display may be short supply as low yield rates of the phone’s ceramic body could limit production to 10,000 units per month
The V20 has 16MP and 8MP cameras, the iPhone has two 12MP cameras. Just because both devices have dual-cameras doesn’t mean they do the same thing.
Swappa is a great place to buy and sell gently used Android and iOS devices, but starting in November a change is being made to the way Swappa calculates its fees. There’s no longer a flat $10 fee.
Google is slowly rolling out version 2.0 of Allo, but there aren’t any major changes other than the inclusion of a monochrome theme and a new splash screen.
The August edition of the list sees a new participant find a spot among the elite, but is it good enough to find a spot at the top? Be sure to hit the jump to find out!
We asked you to tell us which messaging apps you use. These apps could be used for SMS, instant messaging, video chat, or all three. After one full week we have tallied the votes. Here are your picks!
After announcing the Le Pro 3, LeEco revealed there would be a $100 instant rebate for a flash sale on November 2nd. However, it seems there may be a limited number of devices available.
Facebook’s video profile app designed for teens called Lifestage is now available on Android after launching on iOS back in August. No Facebook account is needed to sign up, but it’s designed for people 21 and younger.