A new Hangouts update brings a key new feature, but not for everyone.
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Dec 1st - LG has announced that the LG Zero is heading out to more folks starting today. After Koreans got their chance to play with it, those in Taiwan and other parts of Asia, as well as key markets in Europe and Latin America.
Dec 1st - Google has announced forthcoming changes to Chrome that should help folks on limited internet connections save data. The change will allow you to disable automatic image loading, a very sensible approach as images often take up the majority of loading time on web pages.
Dec 1st - Of all the things OnePlus could look to manufacture and announce, they’ve decided an iPhone case was the next logical step. This case gives you a nice OnePlus flair to an iPhone 6/6S in the company’s trademark Sandstone Black material. No, it’s not April Fools and you’re not being deluded — this is an actual iPhone case that you can buy.
Dec 1st - Hangouts has gotten itself a pretty nice update today, but sadly enough there’s just one userbase who will get to enjoy it: those on iOS. It’s Hangouts 6.1, and that crowd is being treated to the ability to quick reply straight from notifications.
Nov 30th - As Samsung prepares to close out 2015 with a bang fizzle, the South Korean manufacturer has reportedly appointed a new president of mobile communications. Taking over where J.K. Shin left off, Samsung’s previous head of mobile research and development, Dongjin Koh, will be the new head of the company’s mobile division.
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Nov 23rd - You’re probably wondering what you can do with the LG V10. We’ve got you covered. Check out these 40 tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your brand new LG V10.Read More
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Nov 30th - While the dreams of getting something as robust as the desktop version of Adobe Premiere to edit videos on your phone may be a bit outside the realm of possibility, Adobe has introduced the next best thing. Adobe Premiere Clip is now available for Android after a brief exclusive stint on iOS.Read More