With Google’s Android Marshmallow update rolling out to its Nexus devices, many have been wondering when their Google Play edition phones would be updated to the latest version of Android. So far, only HTC has spoken up on the issue. HTC is currently working on the Android 6.0 ... Read More »
There’s an unannounced OnePlus-branded handset out there in the world, if the FCC is to be believed. The new device was revealed by the commission in a single photo, with very few details to go along with it.
As noted by PhoneScoop, the device differs quite a bit from previous handsets designed by the company, ... Read More »
As BlackBerry is gearing up to release its first Android-powered smartphone, CEO John Chen has revealed that the company may throw in the towel on its hardware efforts if they fail to make a profit within the next year. BlackBerry, once a global leader in the early smartphone race, has struggled to stay relevant ... Read More »
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WiFi calling on AT&T is finally here. AT&T has officially turned the service on just three days after the FCC gave its consent on October 6. AT&T’s WiFi calling should be pretty similar to T-Mobile and Sprint’s WiFi calling services, allowing users to make and receive phone calls over WiFi networks even if AT&T’s network ... Read More »
In the months following the launch of the OnePlus One, we occasionally saw OnePlus remove its invitation-only buying method and make the One available to all. Now OnePlus is doing the same with the OnePlus 2.
On October 12, the OnePlus 2 will be available to everyone without an invitation. ... Read More »
Mark Zuckerberg recently inferred that Facebook was looking to expand its Like button, leading many to believe that the oft-requested Dislike button was coming. Facebook calmed those rumors, and has now revealed its new experiment that may become the expanded Like button. ... Read More »
Netflix is one of the most successful subscription services of all time, and with good reason. It offers subscribers an enormous library of streaming, DVD and Blu-Ray titles with several affordable plans to choose from in order to get the best setup for you. Now, for the first time in a while, Netflix ... Read More »
Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we’re playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any ... Read More »
How much would you be willing to pay for a pocketable camera that takes DSLR-quality pictures? Does $1,699 sound reasonable? A new company named Light is working on an Android-powered camera that features 16 lenses and sensors that work in unison to “capture more data in every shot,” resulting in computationally rendered 52-megapixel images. On top of ... Read More »
Verizon’s unlimited data plan was a steal back in the day, but things are about to change for those who have been relying on Verizon’s $29.99 unlimited plans for the past few years. Verizon has confirmed that the monthly price tag for its grandfathered $29.99 unlimited data plan will increase to $49.99 starting in November. ... Read More »