Google is working with LG’s display arm to introduce a display that’s, for lack of better definitions, freakin’ nuts.
It’s been a slow crawl to date, but the ball is definitely rolling. Google worked with Sprint to get RCS off the ground last year, and T-Mobile has announced their intention to do so in Q2 of this year.
Huawei is teasing the upcoming P20’s photo capturing abilities in a series of videos recently uploaded to YouTube. See what they could have in store for the P20 in the post.
Vivo announced their new Super HDR technology, something that could finally give Google’s HDR+ technology a run for its money. For more on Super HDR — including sample images — check out the post.
There has been an Easter egg in every new version of Android since Gingerbread. Google Search is also full of Easter eggs (this one is our favorite). So it’s no surprise that Google Assistant has Easter eggs, but we were blown away by the amount that we found
The Fitbit Versa has been announced and looks extremely similar to the Pebble Time Steel. The smartwatch is launching in April for $200 and is available for pre-order today.
The LG G7 is still a secret in official capacity, but new rumors suggest the company will finally bring us their 2018 darling this May, alongside a supposed LG G7 Plus, too.
After months of testing, Android Oreo is now officially ready for the Essential Phone.
The Honor View 10 was announced back in December but has just been introduced to the US. The device is available for pre-order today for $499 and will begin shipping on March 23rd.
The Philips Hue lineup has been some of the most popular smart home light systems found on the market. Today, Philips announced that there will be a new outdoor lineup launching this Summer.
OnePlus is rolling out an update to the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T through the OxygenOS Open Beta program. Here are all the changes you can expect.
One of the unique features of Android is the ability to change the home screen launcher. As a result, there are tons of different launchers to choose from.
The LG V30 is seeing an update in South Korea which brings many new AI-enhanced features to the device. These features were initially shown off with the LG V30s ThinQ, but are now making their way to the older device.
The Moto X5 has reportedly been cancelled as Motorola layoffs nearly half of their US engineering team. What does this mean for Motorola’s other projects? Find out in the post.
If you’re in the market for a new phone, Amazon is offering the Nexus 5X for as low as $140, and the Nexus 6P for as low as $220.
Nintendo is celebrating MAR10Day (Mario Day, get it?) by dropping the price of Super Mario Run by 50% and bringing Mario Kart to Google Maps navigation.
It has been confirmed that Android P does not allow for users to theme their device with Substratum or the Sony Theming Engine.
After hearing Samsung may use an under display fingerprint sensor for the Galaxy Note 9, the same KGI analyst who predicted it is now reversing their stance.
There are new ways to take and edit screenshots on Android P. One of them is a new stock editing app called Markup. If you want to give it a spin, you can now download and install it on just about any Android device.
It’s been a long time coming, but Google Duo finally lets you send video messages. For full details on how they work, check out the post.
One of the biggest trends in the last few years has been live streaming video apps. There’s no better time to download a great live streaming app and broadcast to the world.
These games will test your patience, reflexes, and competitiveness. Your phone is going to get hot and your battery will scream for mercy.
After being announced at MWC 2018, LG has finally shared pricing information for the LG V30S ThinQ lineup. The device will be priced at more than $900, with the V30S+ ThinQ priced at more than $1,000.
OnePlus 6 leaked benchmarks seemingly confirm Snapdragon 845, 19:9 display, and yes, a wonderful notch everybody seems to love so much.