Corning Gorilla Glass Victus promises to survive 2-meter drops in an effort to keep our smartphone screen from shattering and scratching.
A leaked document has suggested that moving forwards, Google could be making devices with low RAM run Android Go instead of major Android versions.
Samsung has officially announced the 5G version of the Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone, making it a much more viable device for 2020.
Lenovo has recently announced its latest gaming smartphone, the Legion Phone Duel, where it comes with an interesting camera placement aimed at streamers.
So you just unwrapped a brand new Android phone or tablet. Now you’re thinking “what else can I do with this thing?” Here are the first things you should do with your new toy.
ASUS has just announced its latest gaming smartphone with the ASUS ROG Phone 3.
There is no denying people are more concerned about their privacy than before. However, you will find numerous malicious apps on Google Play Store that are making the digital lives of millions of users insecure.As per the recent report from a security firm, SophosLabs, 15 dangerous apps do not show up in the phone app’s …
Netflix streaming has finally come to the Google Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max, and we’ll show you exactly how to set it up and enjoy Stranger Things on your smart display.
Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are leading the way in the “smart home” battle and leaving Apple and Samsung behind thanks to years of dedication to the various services. As for the differences between what you get with Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Assistant, there really aren’t all that many. Both platforms integrate extremely well with …
According to a recent leak, it has been suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra could stream Xbox games from Microsoft’s Project xCloud service, making it the first smartphone in the world to do so.
Fast charging technology is awesome, but it seems that due to the complications of such technology, it makes it vulnerable to a potential attack that could quite literally melt your smartphone.