Android Apps

Twitter wants to become a TV network

Twitter has come quite a long way since its budding days as the next interesting social media craze. The 140-character schtick as grown from a silly gimmick to a full-on content and multimedia platform, and it’s about to come full circle with their latest move.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Review

For this year’s Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung is not only gunning for new customers with one of the most compelling handsets on the market, but trying to win back old users or perhaps those that were holding off on upgrading their S5s. With a bag full of tricks at its disposal, is the Galaxy S7 not only a worthy successor to the S6 but the S5 as well? Read on for more.

Goodbye ZUK, Hello Moto?

Lenovo may be ditching the ZUK brand altogether

We’ve known for some time now that Lenovo would be going all in on Moto for their global efforts, but we never thought they’d completely ditch the strides they made in furthering the ZUK brand.

Leaks

OnePlus 5 breaks cover in alleged render

We’re still not entirely sure what the OnePlus 5’s makeup will be, but IndiaToday alleges to have the first idea of what it’ll look like.

quality time

Galaxy S8 vs LG G6: Video Quality Comparison

We’ve been putting the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 up against each other in a variety of tests. Now, it’s time to look at the other half of the camera equation: video quality.

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Top 10 Android dating apps and the people you’ll meet using them

Dating is hard. First you have to actually get dressed and leave the house. Then you have to go to public places and actually talk to people, bracing for rejection 90 percent of the time. Why even take a shower or and brush your teeth when finding love is only a few swipes away on your Android device?

Games That Enchant

5 Big Reasons to Play Yooka-Laylee on NVIDIA SHIELD

Developed by Playtonic Games,Yooka-Laylee is a vibrant platforming adventure that’s launching today on both PC and NVIDIA SHIELD via the cloud-based magic of GeForce NOW.

Old Is New Again

The refurbished Galaxy Note 7 will arrive as soon as June

Those refusing to let the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 die its fiery death will get the chance to own the device once again through refurbished units. Now we know those refurbished units should land by the end of June.

The Uncarrier

T-Mobile adds another 1.1 million customers

T-Mobile has announced their financial results for Q1 2017. The biggest figure the company wants to dish out? 1.1 million new customers added.

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Capture scrolling screenshots with any Android device

Capturing a screenshot on an Android device is pretty simple. Press the unique button combination on your smartphone or tablet and you can capture and share a screenshot in a matter of seconds. A handful of new smartphones feature a scrolling screenshot option which allows you to capture an entire web page, yourapp drawer or even …

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Android N Features: everything you need to know

Android N is here, sooner than anyone anticipated. Google has packed in a bunch of new features, fixes, and improvements in Android N. We’ll show you everything new in Android N.

Wearables

Spotify looks to be making their own hardware

Enter Spotify as the next unlikely contender in the growing market of wearables. The company looks to be jumping into the fold with a wearable, and perhaps other types of hardware products.