10 Hottest Android Stories This Week (February 10th)


The amount of Android news each week can be overwhelming, but you can follow the best of the best with an app called EarlyBird – News for Android. It includes ALL of the Android news you crave and lets users decide what matters most to them.

EarlyBird has recently received a huge update that allows you to subscribe to specific topics so you never miss stories about your favorite things! Download the app on the Google Play Store or, for desktop users, find related discussion in the Android Forums News section.

Here’s what you picked as your favorite news stories for the week:

#10 – Google “Zoom, Enhance!”

56 likes – Google Brain is a new service which uses neural networks to create a higher resolution, enhanced image from a source with a lower resolution.

#9 – Samsung Galaxy S8 vs LG G6

57 likes – With the Galaxy S8 and LG G6 looming on the horizon, Kris from Android Authority takes a look at the rumors and states the devices both look “awfully similar”.

#8 – Cyanogen Office

59 likes – After Cyanogen Inc. went to the wayside, its former CEO is running a new company by the name of Adrasta which may be working on a new digital assistant.

#7 – Samsung Chromebook Pro

59 likes – According to references in the Chromium Repositories, the upcoming Samsung Chromebook Pro may be offered with either 8GB or 16GB of RAM.

#6 – Google Pixel Production

59 likes – Initial rumors claimed that Google had stopped production of the Pixel and Pixel XL. However, these rumors have since been debunked.

#5 – Stay Safe with Gmail and Chrome

60 likes – Google has detailed the different ways that Gmail and Chrome keep you protected from phishing emails and phishing websites on your Android devices and your desktop computer.

#4 – Android Wear 2.0 Release

61 likes – Google has officially released Android Wear 2.0 along with the LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style.

#3 – Google Maps Commute Info

61 likes – A new update to Google Maps has started rolling out which provides you with real-time information at the bottom of the screen.

#2 – Pixel Audio Distortion

63 likes – Previously, there were issues with audio distortion on the Pixel and Pixel XL. However, the issues were solved with the release of the February Android security patch.

#1 – Privacy Alternative Apps

67 likes – The folks at Android Central have put together a list of the best applications which focus on privacy, while still being useful.

What’s YOUR top news item for the week?

Disagree with the Top 10? Let us know in the comments and vote for yourself everyday by downloading EarlyBird on Google Play!


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