In the upcoming beta version of Chrome for Android, Google is implementing a few key changes, including the way the operating system handles web apps.
In the upcoming beta release, Chrome for Android will officially support Progressive Web Apps, which means that Android will offer better integration of web apps. When users add ... Read More »
Google currently has a couple of different Android launcher apps, but it looks like the company will soon whittle that number down to one.
Android Police is reporting that Google plans to scrap the Google Now Launcher from the Play Store, based on an email the publication received from an anonymous tipster. The email says that ... Read More »
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Samsung launched mobile payment service Samsung Pay in March of 2015, and ever since it has been working on gaining adoption from banks and businesses and rolling out new features to make the service attractive to customers.
Now, in an effort to draw even more attention to its mobile payment platform, Samsung is rolling out Samsung Pay ... Read More »
Recently, a leaked photo reportedly surfaced that showed off the front and back of the upcoming Galaxy S8 from Samsung. There were plenty of specs to go along with the picture, outlining a high-end flagship from the company that’s looking to make a strong comeback after Read More »
If you’re a frequent visitor to your Instagram feed, you’ve probably noticed that some advertisers are able to publish a variety of different photos into a single post, effectively using an album that regular users don’t have access to.
That is apparently changing, as reported by Droid-Life. With the beta release version 10.7.0, the ... Read More »
We’ve already learned that Samsung doesn’t plan on announcing the Galaxy S8 at this year’s MWC, but it looks like the company will have a tablet to show off instead. Naver News is reporting that the Galaxy Tab S3 will see a big reveal at the end of February.
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Weeks after revealing its new flagship, the U Ultra, HTC has lost a major presence in its human lineup.
Jason Mackenzie, HTC’s global Executive Vice President, has confirmed that he will be leaving the company. He tweeted out the news today and thanked Peter Chou, Cher Wang, and the rest of the ... Read More »
It’s been a bit of time since Google officially released Android 7.1.1 to the public, so it’s about time for a new beta to make an appearance.