May 24th - Every year, Forbes ranks the 100 most valuable brands in the world. As you might expect, there are a lot of tech companies on the list. Samsung and Google are two of them.
May 24th - The Samsung Galaxy S8 has only been available for about a month, but that doesn’t mean Samsung hasn’t started on the Galaxy S9.
May 23rd - It’s been about one month since I posted my review of the LG G6, and I’ve been using the G6 as my daily phone for the better part of six weeks. Now that the initial hype has died down, I can share some long-term thoughts.
May 23rd - The OnePlus 5 isn’t official yet, but OnePlus is already teasing the color options. The OnePlus Twitter account shared an image with 4 color options.
May 22nd - We haven’t heard anything about the Nokia 9 in a while. In case you’re not up to speed, the Nokia 9 is expected to be a flagship Android device. New photos of the phone have leaked.
May 19th - 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.
May 19th - Google has released a minor update to Pixel and Nexus owners. The update reportedly fixes Android Pay, at least partially.
May 18th - One of the things being featured at Google I/O this year is Android integration in cars. This is full Android built right into the infotainment systems.
May 18th - Android Auto is a great way to use Android in your car, but it relies on plugging in your phone. What if Android was built right into the infotainment system? That’s exactly what Audi is showing off at Google I/O.
May 18th - Android O is coming to Android TV devices later this, and with it will come a number of big new things. Google Assistant will finally arrive along with a shiny new home screen interface.
May 17th - The main keynote at Google I/O has come and gone. In the 2-hours of talking and demonstrations, we saw a bunch of cool new stuff. Everything from Android to Google Photos got attention. You can read all the news on our Google I/O 2017 page, but if you want just the highlights, here are the …
May 17th - So far, only Google’s own Pixel devices support the Daydream program. We’ve been wondering when other OEMs will support it. That should be coming this summer.
May 17th - Is there anything worse than something obstructing the perfect photo? Sometimes there’s no getting around it. Google can fix that.
May 17th - Google Home was one of the big announcements from I/O 2016. This year, Google is adding some polish to home with a ton of new features.
May 17th - The Beta Program is much easier for the average user to install. It’s rolling out right now to Pixel and Nexus owners.