After launching its Project CSX effort earlier this year to find a great new smartphone idea, ZTE today revealed the program’s grand prize winner.
Almost two years after Kodak last launched an Android phone, the camera-centric company is back with another smartphone.
A Canadian startup is aiming to change the way consumers charge devices. The team behind smrtFOB is creating a battery pack that moonlights as a key tracker, flash drive, Bluetooth speaker and more. The technology that empowers smrtFob’s versatility is a modular design, which allows users to build upon the existing base to satisfy their ... Read More »
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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 »
Following the recent release of its Pixel devices, Google has opened up the Android 7.1 Developer Preview to compatible Nexus devices. Google announced the next iteration of Android just over a week ago and has already begun using it on the flagship Pixel and Pixel XL. Despite being stable for those devices, the software is still in ... Read More »
For any Verizon subscribers out there who were hoping to walk into a retail store and pick up a 128GB Pixel XL tomorrow, those dreams have been dashed.
Jeffrey Nelson, part of the Verizon Wireless communications team, said today that the 128GB Pixel XL is sold out and that Verizon retail stores will not have any ... Read More »
LeEco is a manufacturer that has made a name for itself in its home country of China. The company became the first smartphone manufacturer to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, making the move before both Motorola and Apple. Since then, the company has continued to build a reputation with a variety of products ... Read More »
Google continues to improve the aesthetics of its Android operating system with its latest application, Wallpapers. The app takes advantage of Google’s repertoire of high-quality images, allowing users to select from Google Earth images, scenic landscapes, urban cityscapes and more. For a personal touch, users have the ability to easily size their own photos into the ... Read More »
Unlimited data plans are still a crucial element for T-Mobile, but the Un-carrier got into choppy waters with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over its rules regarding deprioritization.
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