Motorola has now officially opened up Moto Mods to third-parties. The company just launched a developer site for Moto Mods, which ... Read More »
LeEco is a Chinese company with no presence in the US. To fix that, the company announced that it has purchased American TV manufacturer Vizio for $2 billion.
The Vizio brand will stay alive here in the US, but the software on the televisions will be replaced with LeEco’s TV operating system. At a certain ... Read More »
The OnePlus 3 is getting a new update to OxygenOS 3.2.2 to fix some bugs and add some security patches. It’s not a big update by any means, but it’s a pretty important one. Here are a list of changes:
Improved notification management in doze. Addressed alert slider/silent mode issue. ... Read More »
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Google Maps may not be fundamentally changing, but the newly announced changes make a big improvement. Google has announced that the visual style of its maps will change, and it’s definitely for the better.
The changes include roads no longer having outlines, text being bigger with different text colors for different types of areas, and an ... Read More »
Back in May, word on the street was that Twitter for Android was going to add a new Night Mode into the fold. Sure enough, those rumors were right on target.
Twitter has officially announced that Night Mode is now available in its official app for Android. To get it to work, users need ... Read More »
BlackBerry has announced the DTEK50 as the “world’s most secure smartphone.” As we can see, the DTEK50 does indeed share design similarities to the Read More »
T-Mobile Binge On has been around for eight months now, and the Un-carrier has been working hard to steadily add new partners to the service, which allows subscribers to watch video content without using their monthly high-speed data allotment.
Now T-Mobile has expanded the Binge On list yet again, adding another group of video partners that will pad ... Read More »
CrackBerry has shared some images of the Neon that it got because some BlackBerry servers went live a bit early, revealing the handset ahead of schedule. The ... Read More »
Spam calls have been a problem for decades, and there’s not much we can do about them. Do not call lists are helpful, but they’re far from foolproof. Lately they almost seem useless. However, Google is adding another layer of protection to Nexus and Android One devices.
The Google Phone app is being updated starting today, ... Read More »
It’s almost time for the young ones to head back to school, and with that comes back to school shopping. The Google Store is having a sale aimed at the folks heading back to school, offering discounts on a few good products.
You can save $30 on the Acer Chromebook R11 and the Acer Chromebook ... Read More »
Samsung’s Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games Limited Edition is now available for $849.99
Sony to defocus on USA, India, and Brazil due to low growth
Wink Relay control panel adds new features such as Uber and Fitbit monitoring
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