Feb 24th - Turn your Moto Z into a regular old walkie talkie with one of the finalists in Motorola’s Moto Mod concept partnership with IndieGoGo.
Feb 24th - RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch released on iOS a few days ago and should be rolling out for Android sometime today.
Feb 24th - Google has let Pixel owners know that it has identified a fix for random Bluetooth disabling that has been happening with the phone on Nougat and an update will be rolling out soon.
Feb 24th - A new report shows that Samsung launched more phone models than any other phone manufacturer last year. That excludes US carrier-specific models, too.
Feb 24th - Several new leaks have appeared ahead of Mobile World Congress, with new alleged specs for the Moto G5, Huawei P10, and the Xiaomi Mi 5c.
Feb 24th - Alphabet’s Waymo has filed a lawsuit against Uber alleging that the company is using stolen trade secrets to build their self-driving fleet.
Feb 23rd - A new rumor suggests the Samsung Galaxy S8 will have a faster wireless charger than previous generation Samsung wireless chargers.
Feb 23rd - US Cellular is slated to begin offering an unlimited plan tomorrow that’s cheaper than Verizon, but comes with the same fine print.
Feb 23rd - A new update for Google Play Music adds a new way to access your recent history, a new animation, and a boosted music catalogue.
Feb 22nd - T-Mobile is offering significant discounts on the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, and the LG V20 as well as a handful of other phones.
Feb 22nd - A new rumor suggests that ASUS is working on a second Chromebook convertible device this year that sports massive battery life and is only 15.6mm thick.
Feb 22nd - A new report says production models of the LG G6 had a lower battery capacity than the final consumer model, which will feature a 3,300mAh battery.
Feb 22nd - Withings has tweeted that it will be joining parent company Nokia on stage at the MWC 2017 keynote to unveil something new.
Feb 22nd - A new rumor suggests Xiaomi is prepping a successor to the Xiaomi Mi Max phablet that launched in China last May.
Feb 22nd - Amazon is celebrating its position at the top of a corporate reputation poll by giving its customers $8.63 back off a purchase of $50 or more.