As smartphone manufacturers must try harder and harder to differentiate their products from competitors, after purchase care has become more important than ever. Google is stepping it up a notch today with its Nexus devices and the unveiling of Nexus Protect.
Nexus Protect is essentially Apple Care for Nexus devices. But better. Starting at ... Read More »
Joining the Nexus 6p is the similarly well leaked Nexus 5X. While we had already seen basically all the specs on the 5X, it was still interesting to see how Google positioned it in comparison to the clear cut flagship Nexus 6P. They were quick to point out that the Nexus 5 was ... Read More »
Google always shares a handful of interesting facts and data points about Android during its events, and today is no different. According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, there are now 1.4 billion active Android devices.
To get this number, Google records Android phone use over a 30 day period. They did the same for ... Read More »
It’s here! Google has just unveiled the followup to the relatively high-end Nexus 6 from Motorola, the Nexus 6P from Huawei. The Nexus 6P follows in the Nexus 6′s footsteps by introducing the latest version of Android in a premium, flagship device.
The Nexus 6P is a plain, aluminum slate, perfect for letting ... Read More »
Alcatel OneTouch’s highly regarded budget phone, the Idol 3 5.5, is receiving an over-the-air update today with a handful of fixes. When we reviewed the device, we had very few complaints with the Idol 3 5.5 and no complaints with performance. We have received reports of performance issues with ... Read More »
Up until this point, the Pixel lineup has been reserved for ChromeOS and laptops, but it looks like Google is looking to shake things up a bit. According to a new report, there’s a new device coming down the pipe that will bear the Pixel name, but this one’s running Android.
A report published by Android Police says ... Read More »
Right now, Google Play Music is one of the strongest options for a streaming music service thanks to its plethora of content and an interface that’s easily navigated. One thing it has been missing, though, is a family plan. According to a new report, though, that’s changing — and soon.
In March of this year, Samsung made its own mobile payments option official with Samsung Pay. Now a few months later, the service is now available in the United States for those with the appropriate devices. Samsung’s even throwing in a free accessory offer for good measure.