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.
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.
Even the most complicated lockscreen pattern, pass code, or even Face Unlock, can’t protect against someone physically stealing your phone. We’ve written about what to do about lost or stolen phones in the past, but sometimes even the best anti-theft software is no use.
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.
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.
A good friend would show you how to find a lost or stolen phone, but a best friend? They’d link you to an article calling you an idiot for losing it…
OnePlus 6 leaked benchmarks seemingly confirm Snapdragon 845, 19:9 display, and yes, a wonderful notch everybody seems to love so much.
There have been multiple reports stating that Amazon Alexa-connected devices have been randomly laughing. The company has since responded stating devices were being accidentally triggered.
A wireless charger is one of the best accessories you can buy for the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+. Find our picks for the best of them inside!
With all the good news that is going around about Android P, there’s a bit of sad news for some particular smartphone owners. Those who own the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and the Pixel C tablet won’t be getting Android P.
We’ve been back and forth about what Huawei may or may not be bringing in their P20 lineup. Everything from the name to its features and design has been debated. But this latest leak by Evan Blass seems to give us a clear idea of where Huawei has settled.
Google Photos now lets you export saved Motion photos as GIFs. It’s all part of the latest March security update for the Pixel 2 and Google Photos 3.15
The first Android P Developer Preview is now officially available for download. To learn more about what’s new, check out Google’s official video in the post.
Oh, snap. BlackBerry and Facebook have apparently been in a bit of a tussle over the years in regards to a patent Facebook is supposedly infringing on. That tussle seemingly evolved into a full-blown fight today.
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.
You’ve just unwrapped your very first Android phone. Congratulations! Here are some of the first things you should do with your shiny new phone.
A new image has leaked which supposedly shows off the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S placed next to the standard Mi Mix 2. The image reveals the probability of a ceramic body, along with a dual-camera setup and rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Google Lens is officially rolling out to everyone — but only inside of the latest Google Photos update.