The OnePlus 3 is now official, and it boasts a stacked list of high-end specifications. That ... Read More »
Last month, Google officially took the wraps off the next generation of its wearable platform named Android Wear 2.0. Of course, with any major software update, questions arise about which devices will be getting it.
Earlier this year, LG launched the G5 as its latest flagship smartphone. For the folks out there who might want to get an older model to save some money, though, there’s a limited time offer that will get you an LG G3 or an LG G4 for a pretty ... Read More »
The OnePlus One is now receiving an update to Cyanogen OS 13.1 which, among other things, brings with it Mods support. What that means ... Read More »
Apps have come a long way, and now they’re even aware of where you are, as long as you’ve provided the necessary permissions. Most of those apps in the Play Store can even add to an experience, like giving you an audio tour of a museum that you’re walking around in. Google is rolling out ... Read More »
Google has officially announced that U.S. Cellular, one of the United States’ largest regional carriers, is now a Project Fi partner. As Google points out, U.S. Cellular ... Read More »
Now that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have been released, it’s obviously time that the rumor mill starts talking about what’s coming next.
According to a report from the Korea Herald, Samsung is planning on giving the display on its next flagship smartphone in the Galaxy S line, expected to be called the Galaxy S8, ... Read More »
Some expected Google to announce the name of Android N at this year’s I/O conference, that didn’t end up being the case. Google admitted that they’d had a hard time deciding what to name Android N, and so they decided to go a different route. Instead of buckling down and naming it on their own, they opened up ... Read More »
We’re getting into the month of June and Google has now released its Android distribution numbers for the month. There are a few interesting highlights, but the most notable is that Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now in use on over 10% of Android devices. The exact number is 10.1%, putting it just across ... Read More »