Are you a hockey fan looking to take your betting game to the next level? Mobile wagering is the way to go, and Android users will be happy to know that their devices are some of the best for online betting. This is great news for hockey enthusiasts, and it’s easier to get started than …
Google has recently issued a warning in which they are advising users not to sideload its Android apps onto newer, uncertified Huawei devices over concerns that it might not work reliably.
Razer has recently announced that not only will their phones support Google’s Stadia streaming service, but so will their gaming controllers as well.
This week, Google released the first Android 11 developer preview for its Pixel phones. Unlike the beta versions of Android which can be installed over the air with a few simple clicks on Google’s developer website, the developer preview installation process is a bit more cumbersome. This article will walk you through the installation process …
We thought it’d be fun to think about what the worst Android phones have been so far. My colleagues and I have had a fun time putting this list together and talking about what awarded each device’s spot in this list. Come check out some of the worst Android phones of all time!
Imagine paying $1,400 for a smartphone. Then now imagine that it comes with ads hidden inside stock apps. That’s what Samsung seems to have done with its Galaxy Z Flip smartphone.
If you’re holding onto the original Pixel phone, then you might want to consider upgrading to a newer model, especially if Android 11 is an update that you are looking forward to.
The next-gen ASUS ROG Phone will come with Google’s Stadia game streaming service preinstalled on it.
A recently discovered patent suggests that Samsung’s curved displays are about to get much curvier.
August’s Smart Lock is currently enjoying a massive discount on Amazon. If you’re looking to turn your home into a smart home, then this is a deal you don’t want to miss out on.
If you haven’t given Windows 10 a shot recently, you owe yourself to try it out (even if you are on a Mac fire it up in Bootcamp) and with the amazing deals on a Windows license from SCDKey you can do it for about $15. If you want to go all-in on Microsoft they …