Along with a plethora of new features, Google has also released factory images for the developer preview. If you’ve got a craving for some Android O, you can install the factory images on the Pixel and Nexus devices.
The Android O Developer Preview is available today, but only in its early alpha form. That means if you want to try it out, you’ll have to flash the factory images. So when can we expect the Android O Beta to arrive? Here’s the timeline.
Now that the first developer preview for Android O is available, there’s a new default wallpaper that can be downloaded and used on your preferred devices.
We aren’t even a full 3 months into 2017 and Google is already delivering news on the next big version of Android, which the company is calling Android O.
Facebook now allows users to take 360-degree photos and videos and easily share them to everyone’s News Feeds and gives everyone a simple how-to.
America’s Department of Homeland Security is instituting travel restrictions on carry-on devices for folks coming to the country from 8 different Middle Eastern countries
Google has been testing and tweaking new shortcuts in the Google app for quite some time now, and today it seems they’re finally ready to move forward with the changes.
Moving the fingerprint sensor to the rear will be an awkward change for Samsung faithful to get used to, but a quick video shows that it may not be a big adjustment.
Google Assistant has added a whole new category of dad jokes to its arsenal: ones that involve sports.
We covered the “NX” for a while because it was rumored to be based on Android. Nintendo eventually denied the rumors, but now it looks like there may have been some truth behind them.
While we’d always advise folks not to make purchase decisions on a phone until official details are made apparent, the Galaxy S8 has been in the spotlight so much to this point that we know almost everything there is to know about it. Even Samsung is starting to confirm its features ahead of the full …
Twitter has a few features that everyone should know. Beginners and veterans. Here are 15 to get you started.
Hot off the interwebs, fresh new press renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 have leaked on Twitter.
Samsung has posted a new 15-second ad in the company’s home country of Korea, teasing the upcoming Galaxy S8 ahead of its official announcement.
The Android 7.1.2 Nougat beta has rolled out to Pixel and Nexus devices, but the update brings the new Pixel Launcher to the Pixel C, along with the filled-in nav buttons.
It’s been a few months since Instagram rolled out Live Video streaming to their app. Today, they’re finally giving you a way to save these videos to your device and do with them whatever you like.
LG G6 pre-orders have already begun at Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint — but oddly enough, T-Mobile has been silent on when you can pre-order the device through them. That is, until today….
If you have a Pixel or Nexus device enrolled in the Android Beta Program, you should know that the second Android 7.1.2 beta (build NPG47I) is rolling out right now.
Android has literally thousands of apps that can provide cool and unique wallpapers for your phone. It can be hard to find the apps that are actually good. We’ve compiled a list of 10 wallpaper apps that really shine.
Google Home has been out for a little over 6 months now, but it seems the product is still a bit half-baked. Illustrating this point is a video that perfectly shows our frustrations in dealing with Google’s AI-infused smart speaker.
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?
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.
Google has a modest deal going on the Google Home when you buy a 2-pack. The Assistant-infused home hubs tend to cost $129 each, but if you buy 2 your price tag will show $229.
AKG — a subsidiary of the Samsung-owned Harman — was tipped as the manufacturer for Galaxy S8 headphones, and now we’re getting our first look at their forthcoming work.