According to @evleaks, the Huawei Mate 9 will go on sale in the US on January 6th but there is no mention of pricing or whether the Porsche Design variant will be coming.
A new rumor regarding the Nokia D1C suggests the device will come in two different variants with the 2GB version priced at $150 and the 3GB version priced at $200.
Making good on their word, a new update to Google Camera is rolling out and it appears to be a good first attempt at eliminating the Pixel camera’s excessive lens flares, aka the “Halo Effect.” Take a look at our before and afters.
Samsung has announced it will be seeding an update to European users of the Galaxy Note 7 which will limit the battery capacity to just 30% instead of removing mobile network access.
The Android pattern lock is an extremely handy way to put a layer of security on your device. However, unlike a pin code or password it can be easy to forget. What do you do then? We’ve got the answer for you.
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.
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 December 9th.
Here are some of the best storage options for either your portable, or desktop devices to make sure all of your important files are backed up.
A new update to Google’s Allo application adds new stickers to celebrate the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story which is coming to theaters next week.
Verizon has responded to Samsung’s statement claiming it would be releasing an update to the Galaxy Note 7 which would render the device useless.
According to a new proposal by the Department of Transportation, passengers aboard airplanes may be able to make in-flight calls using Wi-Fi capabilities.
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.
Amazon has a huge discount on the Samsung Gear Fit 2 today. This fitness smartwatch is going for $50 off, bringing it down to $129.99.
Samsung is apparently communicating that their initial Android Nougat release will begin with Android 7.1.1.
ZTE, Huawei, LeEco, Lenovo — all of these companies (and then some) have lofty aspirations: they want to dominate the US market. You can potentially add Oppo to that list today.
One of the best Android Wear devices has been removed from the Play Store. You can no longer buy the Huawei Watch from Google. All variants have been removed from the store.
Rumor has it that Samsung will take their efforts to collect Galaxy Note 7 units to new extremes. A US Cellular customer reported that they received a message noting an incoming action that would prevent the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from charging at all.
Those with a ZTE Axon 7 in the US can now register to try out an early preview of Android 7.0 Nougat. The company has opened registration through the ZTE US Community site.
It looks like Samsung has two different “foldable”
The Misfit Ray is now $30 cheaper on Amazon, selling for just $69.99. The fitness tracker doesn’t come with a lot of features, but it’s more stylish than most and its battery last a full six months.
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.
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.
If you’re heading into these hazardous December months and you want a phone that won’t whimper when it slips out of your hand, then the slate of contenders you should be considering is pretty much set.
We use Power Banks mainly to charge our device, but some of us have a hard time choosing between the many options, as there are a myriad of companies now selling them