During today’s earnings call, Sprint confirmed its plans to bring 5G network capabilities to its subscribers by 2019. This will be accompanied by a bit of a price hike, with plans starting at $70.
The often-overlooked launcher just got a new feature in the latest update. The search bar at the top of the home screen has a new Home icon that launches straight to the Google Feed.
As someone who is looking to move into a home of my own in the very near future, a question has been sparked inside of me – How am I going to make my home as “smart” as possible?
After the OnePlus 3/3T and OnePlus 5 already received official Oreo updates, it’s time for the OnePlus 5T to join them in the winner’s circle.
Video calling might not be as popular as it’s depicted in sci-fi movies, but it’s still a very valuable form of communication. Let’s take a look at the best Android apps for video calling.
Razer has announced a new version of the Razer Phone to celebrate the Chinese New Year. The only difference between this device and the standard version is a gold logo found on the back.
Whether you have a meager budget or the means to buy the best of the best, be sure to explore the best Android smartphones as of February 2018 with us!
Google has shared their financial numbers from Q4 of 2017. A massive company like Google includes various departments and divisions. Some areas saw growth, others reported a loss.
Roku announced today that YouTube TV is now officially available on their streaming devices.
You’ve probably got a handful of old Android devices sitting in a drawer somewhere. Here’s a few ideas for how you can make old smartphones useful again.
Owners of the Honor 8 Pro and Honor 9 in the UK have started to report that an update to Android Oreo has arrived on their devices. Unfortunately, there’s no mention of when the update will come to device owners in the US.
LG finally decided to stop playing around with gimmicks and made the best phone they possibly could. Is that enough to make the V30 matter in a world of Galaxies and Pixels? Let’s find out.
According to the Google support page, a new feature allows you to use music for the alarms. All you have to do is ask Google to “set a music alarm at (time).” Google will then ask what song you’d like to play.
The HTC U11 is receiving a $100 price cut in the US, just in time for Valentine’s Day. The deal applies to both the 64GB and 128GB models, so don’t waste any time in picking up this beauty.
You’ve always been able to use text-only, but Instagram is now letting you do so with an extra degree of flair thanks to the inclusion of new font types, as well as the ability to customize background and font color. Here’s how to do it.
OnePlus has started pushing the stable version fo OxygenOS 5.0.2 to the OnePlus 5 which features a few minor changes, while adding Face Unlock.
The Nest Hello was originally given the “early 2018” launch date, but that could mean anywhere from January to May. Nest’s website is now listing March 2018 as the release window.
LG has settled a class-action lawsuit over defective devices. If you were part of it, here’s what’s coming your way.
If done right, this could be one of the best games on mobile. Consider us excited.
Essential has announced that after several Android 8.0 Oreo betas for the PH-1, they’re now officially moving onto Android 8.1. When will you see the official release of Oreo for the Essential Phone? Find out in the post.
Smartphones and the internet have changed a lot of things, especially when it comes to dating. The days of walking into a bar and hoping to meet someone with your same interests are over.
Android has gotten a lot more user-friendly over the years, but there are still some things that can leave users scratching their heads. One of the most annoying recent Android problems is the “screen overlay detected” message.
Huawei has started sending out press invitations for an event in Paris, France on March 27th. The company will be unveilings its 2018 flagships, which are expected to be the devices in the Huawei P20 lineup.
We don’t have an official changelog for this update, but we do know it’s for Android 8.0 Oreo. The update also brings EMUi up to version 8.0. You can expect to get all of the usual Oreo goodies with Huawei’s unique spin.