Google is running a new promotion which will give new Google Play Music subscribers a 4-month free trial before being forced to pay the $9.99/month subscription fee.
TCL President, Steve Cistulli, confirmed the May 31st launch date for the BlackBerry KeyOne in North America, while also announcing the KeyOne to be the most pre-ordered BlackBerry device through Candian carrier, Rogers.
We are getting closer and closer to launch of the OnePlus 5, but we are wondering how much you would be willing to spend on the 2017 flagship killer.
A new leak has revealed press renders and specifications for the oft-rumored Moto Z2 Play. However, this has us wondering where the device lands in Motorola and Lenovo’s 2017 plans.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active is the fourth phone in Samsung’s Active line. It brings an extra layer of toughness to the Samsung Galaxy S7, but this year the difference between the two is smaller than ever.
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 Stories for the week of May 28th.
A series of new renders have been leaked which show off an all-new design for the LG V30, including a slide-out secondary display which can perform various tasks.
OnePlus has announced a new referral program which will give you and your friends the ability to save a few bucks on smartphones, accessories, and gear from OnePlus.
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.
The Honor 9 has passed through China’s TENAA certifications, which is leading to speculation that we are nearing a launch of the 2017 Honor flagship.
B&H Photo is offering the ASUS ZenFone Zoom on sale for just $179.99 with free shipping and is throwing in a ASUS ZenPower 10,050mAh portable charger for free.
The Alcatel Idol 4S is a mid-range device with the ambition of playing with the big boys. It has a QHD display, 32GB of RAM and a near-stock version of Android. But is that enough when there are a handful of Chinese flagship smartphone selling for $400 these days?
Google is teaming up with Refinery29 to launch an interesting new art exhibit, and guess what? You can be part of it!
The Moto G5S Plus has broken cover again in a series of “real world” images which show off the aluminum design, dual rear cameras, and the software that the device will be running.
The Galaxy S8 is the hottest Android device available right now. A jack of all trades, there’s plenty to love about the phone, but also an equal numbers of things that really get under my skin. Here’s the top 10 best and worst things about the Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Best Buy has an insane deal going for the LG G6 on Verizon. You can pay just $12 per month for 30 months to own the thing.
Peg T-Mobile as the latest carrier to offer the Kyocera DuraForce PRO.
Gionee has introduced its latest lineup of smartphones, named the Gionee S10, S10B, and S10C. The flagship of the group features a total of 4 camera sensors, with two on the rear, and two selfie cameras.
The Huawei Watch 2 Classic is now available from Best Buy for $369, which is $70 more expensive than the standard Huawei Watch 2 variant, while featuring many of the same specs.
Snapchat has been making some very solid moves lately in their quest to evolve into more than just a fringe social network as of late. The company’s Stories platform has paved the way for not just enhanced user content, but also premium offerings and advertisers who stand to help them make some serious cash. But …
Rooting your device opens it up to a world of possibilities. You may think Android is customizable out of the box, but it pales in comparison to what a rooted device can do. Still on the fence? Keep reading.
Google Voice Search is awesome, and you probably use it a lot more than is humanly healthy. But did you know that Google stores a history of all the queries you make on their servers?
One of the bootloop lawsuits surrounding the Nexus 5X has been “voluntarily dismissed” due to LG’s commitment to rectifying the issue through its warranty program.
We’re back! This week, we’re talking about everything that happened at Google I/O. Was it a boring show? Is that a bad thing?