The FCC has repealed the 2015 Open Internet Order that guaranteed net neutrality rules would remain in place to prevent throttling and blocking on behalf of ISPs.
Samsung is now rolling out its fourth Android 8.0 Oreo beta for the Galaxy S8. This release comes with a long list of bug fixes.
Despite all of the controversy that has taken place in 2017, BLU has released the Life One X3 which features a 5.5-inch FHD display, a MediaTek SoC, and a 5,000mAh battery.
If you’re looking for the best rugged Android phones that can take serious beatings we’ve got you covered.
Google has posted a master list of over 150 tips and tricks in an effort to get folks acclimated to their various products and services. That’s no small list, and it covers a wide range of things going from Gmail and Chrome to Android and YouTube.
Essential held its latest AMA on Reddit where some upcoming features for the Essential Phone were revealed. These features include EIS for video and images, as well as Project Treble.
Xiaomi has started rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo update to owners of the Xiaomi Mi A1, ahead of the final rollout before the end of 2017.
A new letter has been released by the Department of Justice which shows that Uber is now under criminal investigation in its lawsuit against Waymo.
Some Spotify users are seeing a new three-tabbed UI for the Android app. The new UI aims to make things simpler by dividing the app into three sections.
Just get a new phone that features USB-C charging instead of microUSB? Check out these deals on USB-C accessories like cables, car chargers, and power banks.
Bragi is teasing its latest version of wireless earbuds that will be capable of recognizing certain sounds and adjusting volume automatically, no input required.
In order to help you find only the best apps that have been released in the last month, we have assembled this list.
The grammar correction app Grammarly is now available on Android. The keyboard app offers real-time grammar and spell check in whichever app you’re currently using.
As 2017 comes to a close, Google is sharing some of the trends from the past year. The top three topics this year included Hurricane Irma, iPhone 8, and iPhone X.
Cheetah Mobile has announced a new partnership with Microsoft to integrate Cortana into its CM Launcher 3D next year.
T-Mobile has announced its acquisition of Layer3 TV, a TV streaming service. The deal is expected to be completed in the next few weeks before launching in 2018.
We already shared our full review of the V30 a couple of months ago, but things can change over time. It’s time to revisit the V30 and see if I still stand by my lofty praise.
Amazon revealed today that Spotify and SiriuSXM now support multi-room streaming on Echo devices. Here’s a peek at the full list of services that support this feature.
Google has announced that Google Assistant is now officially available on Android tablets, as well as any device running at least Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Headup Games will be releasing Bridge Constructor Portal in December and they’ve confirmed GLADoS’ voice actress will be reprising her role for the new game.
Google Keep started out as a basic note-taking application, but it has turned into a powerhouse. Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started.
We take a look at all of the different features offered by the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and have compiled a list of the best tips & tricks for you to make the best of your device.
A couple of reports claim that Meizu will be releasing up to 6 new devices in 2018, as the company moves away from MediaTek chipsets and will use Qualcomm and Samsung chipsets.
The Fitbit Ionic is currently on sale through Amazon, as the retailer is offering $30 off for the smartwatch. Some Amazon Prime subscribers can save an extra 15%, bringing the price to around $255.