Who says you need to have a $300 smartwatch to have messages delivered to your wrist? Chopping a zero off that price tag gets you the latest deal being offered over at Android Area — a Martian Notifier smartwatch!
In a conference call with various media outlets, Sprint’s CEO revealed that most customers are swapping their Galaxy Note 7s for other Samsung devices.
Reports of excessive lens flaring coming from the Google Pixel’s camera have begun making the rounds. It was something already mentioned in our camera review, but now we have to ask: is this a deal breaker for you?
A new report suggests the total cost of materials for the new Pixel XL is less than $300, yet the manufacturing cost compared to its sales price is in line with the iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge.
We’ve been using the OnePlus 3 for the better part of a month now. If you’re curious to see what we think of the phone (spoiler: there’s no other phone I’d rather be using), head on over to our full review.
After rumors were squelched surrounding the release of iMessage on Android, there is a new rumor suggesting that Apple has started working on various mockups for the switch.
Google is working on a standalone VR headset that doesn’t use a phone. The device is said to combine eye tracking technology with other sensors to map the real world in front of the user in order to display digital objects alongside real-world objects.
The Xiaomi Mi MIX is a smartphone that is already turning heads everywhere with its new bezel-less design and flagship specs.
Xiaomi has unveiled its latest VR headset, the Mi VR. The headset is priced at $29 and features a new 9-axis controller.
Xiaomi has unveiled the Mi Note 2 which features a 5.7-inch QHD display, 6GB of RAM, and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor. The device will only be available in China but features Global LTE bands for use in other countries.
The BlackBerry DTEK60 has been made official and features flagship specs while being priced at $500 starting today.
Let’s talk about making “the switch.” Everyone does it, whether it’s from Android back to iPhone or vice versa, or when you first dropped your silly dumb phone for something smart. It can be difficult to adjust to a new digital world even if the fundamentals of these devices remain similar, soo here are a few helpful reminders to help you along.
Samsung has officially moved on from the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the next major phone on the horizon. We’ve already heard a fair share about this upcoming device.
Google has rebranded its Google Cast application to Google Home in preparation for the release of the new in-home personal assistant.
For the past month I have been testing the UMI MAX smartphone, a budget Android phone under $200. Admittedly, when I first received the phone, I was skeptical about its capabilities, but it happily surprised me.
Although many reports suggested that Samsung may end up killing off the Galaxy Note 8 after the debacle that was the Galaxy Note 7, it seems that we will have a new Note device next year.
The Really Blue Google Pixel’s white display housing was a little too iPod Touch for our tastes. So instead of living with it, we decided to swap it out with a black one. Here’s how.
Google has announced a new partnership with Visa and Mastercard which promises to bring “easy and secure payments in stores and online with a simple tap.”
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been recalled worldwide, but phone scalpers in Hong Kong are still trying to get their money’s worth with the recalled device by offering a “special price” to those curious enough to enquire about the phone.
During a podcast, WIRED revealed that Google didn’t make the Pixel or Pixel XL water resistant because the company “ran out of time” due to scrapping previous plans on short notice.
If you’re like me you find great joy in pulling pranks on your friends. When a perfectly planned and executed prank comes together it is a thing of beauty. Nowadays everyone is carrying a device that is chock full of pranking potential.
Last year, many considered the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to be a disappointment. It wasn’t a clear upgrade from the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This year, Samsung isn’t taking any chances. They’ve thrown everything but the kitchen sink into the Note. Does a list of features longer than some books make for a great device?
Samsung has a lot of S-Pens to go through, so they’re announcing a new Tab A 10.1 variant that now includes an S-Pen. It’ll be available starting October 28th.
Amazon is taking some extra dough off the already low price of its ads-subsidized version of the Moto G4, so you can get it for only $120 today only instead of the usual price of $150.