It seems that at least one user is seeing his new Pixel XL being blacklisted after purchasing it through Swapppa after the device was initially activated through Project Fi.
It was believed Lenovo would eventually look to roll all their mobile efforts under the Moto brand for their global strategy, but it seems they don’t like that idea.
Google seems to be rolling out a new archive feature for Google Photos. We’ve been waiting for this since, like, forever.
A new leak shows off the Sony Xperia XZ Premium in a previously-unannounced red color variant. It’s likely this color will be made available in Japan, but it’s unknown whether we’ll see an International launch.
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.
At the Google Marketing Next conference, Google’s SVP of ads and commerce shared how the company plans to monetize purchases made using Google Assistant.
T-Mobile has announced widespread availability of their new DIGITS feature. It’ll arrive free for all current T-Mobile customers starting May 31st.
HTC today announced availability of a new VR headset of theirs known as the HTC Link. It’s a standalone unit made to be paired with the HTC U11.
The next Mi is here and it has a massive battery. Xiaomi announced the Mi Max 2 today. It’s a mid-range phablet device with one standout feature: a 5,300 mAh battery.
Another Flickr gallery has surfaced showing us even more shots from the HTC U11, with conditions varying from bright daylight, gloomy overcast, and night time beauty. No matter the scenario, it proves its DxOMark score of 90 is well-deserved.
A new maintenance update is rolling out to select owners of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus and fixes a Bluetooth bug which would cause the device to automatically reboot.
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.
Amazon has knocked 20% off the Amazon Echo Dot, bringing the price down to just $39.99 for a limited time.
HTC took the wraps off of the HTC U11 last week. We were lucky enough to get our hands on the device, but not many people have been able to try one yet. Lucky for you, the HTC U11 is going on tour.
The latest drone from DJI, probably the biggest drone manufacturer in the world, is about the size of a soda can. The Spark weighs in at just 0.6 pounds, but it still has a ton of powerful features.
After hearing rumblings of a new app in development, the developer behind Fenix for Twitter has introduced a preview for Fenix 2, which everyone can download and test out.
Every year, Forbes ranks the 100 most valuable brands in the world. As you might expect, there are a lot of tech companies on the list. Samsung and Google are two of them.
In a post on the OnePlus Forums, CEO Pete Lau confirmed that the device will be powered by the Snapdragon 835, while also detailing some efforts the company has been taking to ensure a great experience.
We’re going hands-on with ICONIC’s 5,000mAh battery case for the Galaxy S8. Is it worth the low $32 asking price? Find out in the post.
Sony has announced plans to discontinue its ‘Premium Standard’ lineup of devices, which includes the Xperia X and the Xperia X Compact.
Even the most complicated lockscreen pattern, pass code, or even Face Unlock, can’t protect against someone physically stealing your phone. We’ve written about what to do about lost or stolen phones in the past, but sometimes even the best anti-theft software is no use.
“Smart Lock” is an Android feature that allows you to bypass the hassle of a lock screen when you’re in trusted situations.
T-Mobile is taking aim at Verizon yet again with their latest switch promotion.
Thanks to the XDA Developers Forums, you can now change the on-screen navigation buttons on your Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus just by installing an application.