Jan 9th - A few companies at CES have announced smart displays with Google Assistant. Lenovo was one company that had a device to show off. The device looks sort of like a propped up tablet with a big speaker on one side.
Jan 8th - It’s that time again. Another month is in the books, which means Google has released the Android distribution numbers. Once again, the numbers don’t look good for Oreo.
Jan 8th - At CES, Huawei announced there will be 20,000 limited edition red models of the Honor 7X. The first 100 customers (in each country) will also receive a pair of red Monster Am15 headphones.
Jan 8th - Garmin is taking the dash cam to the next level with some smart integrations. The Garmin Speak Plus is a dash cam that includes Amazon Alexa.
Jan 8th - Samsung is doubling down on Bixby at CES this year. After launching Bixby on the Samsung Galaxy S8 early in 2017, Samsung is putting the voice assistant in other products.
Jan 8th - The smart home speaker wars are getting intense. Google was relatively late to the game, but they’ve wasted no time catching up to Amazon.
Jan 8th - NVIDIA is partnering with PC brands to bring big-screen gaming to the PC with 65-inch displays that have all the high-end specs a PC gamer would need.
Jan 5th - Android’s built-in backup system is good for getting your apps, but it doesn’t include much data. OnePlus is taking matters into their own hands with a new app.
Jan 4th - Google is shifting some people around in the Android and Nest divisions. Adrian Ludwig has been the Director of Android Security for the last 6 years. He’s now moving to a similar position at Nest.
Jan 4th - T-Mobile, especially John Legere, is not afraid to let everyone know when they do something better than the other carriers. It may not surprise you to find out that T-Mobile had the best customer satisfaction in 2017.
Jan 3rd - CES has become a show dominated by TVs and it should be no different this year. LG is set to show off a new lineup of OLED TVs powered by webOS, but they’ll also include a Google feature.
Jan 2nd - Wireless Android Auto was shown off at Google I/O in 2017. Now, it’s finally coming to market thanks to 3rd party head units.
Jan 2nd - The Xiaomi Mi A1 was the company’s first Android One device. It launched a few months ago and Xiaomi promised it would be updated to Android Oreo before the end of 2017.
Dec 31st - Hundreds of great games arrive in the Play Store each month. Some are from big-name gaming studios, others are from small indie developers. It can be hard to keep up with them all.
Dec 30th - In order to help you find only the best apps that have been released in the last month, we have assembled this list.