Twitter for Android adds Night Mode
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 »Read more
BlackBerry DTEK50 now official as the ‘world’s most secure smartphone’
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 »Read more
T-Mobile expands Binge On partners, now includes over 100 providers
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 »Read more
BlackBerry Neon leaks with Android, 13MP camera, and 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 »Read more
Nexus and Android One devices getting native spam call protection
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 »Read more
Google Store hosting back to college sale
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 »Read more
Wi-Fi-only mode in Google Maps is now in testing
Google Maps can consume quite a bit of data, so for anyone out there that’s keeping an eye on their monthly allotment, Google’s working on a new feature within the app to help out.
It’s a Wi-Fi-only mode, and it works exactly like it sounds. Once enabled, there will be a “WI-FI ONLY” notice ... Read More »Read more
Review: ASUS ZenPad Z8
When the iPad was introduced, it launched a wave of frenzy in the tablet market. Consumers began scrambling for tablets, while manufacturers that were caught off-guard worked to catch up. During that period, a whole host of hardware and software concepts were launched, giving us some unique devices as well as a great deal of ... Read More »Read more
OnePlus launching the Soft Gold OnePlus 3 on July 26
OnePlus has announced that the Soft Gold OnePlus 3 will be available starting Tuesday, July 26. Specifically, it’ll go on sale on OnePlus.net at 12:00 PM ET, ... Read More »Read more
Top 5 most popular Android apps from last week: Swiftmoji, M Browser
Every week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday, followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 App Updates on Friday. When Monday rolls around, we look back to see which apps were the most appealing to our audience. Read on for the five most popular Android apps from last week. These apps are ... Read More »Read more