The Android O Beta Program is open to join, and it’s a great way to test the latest version of Android. That being said, there’s a good reason that it’s a beta. Much of the software is not perfectly functional and some may be broken entirely.
There ... Read More »
If you’ve heard of the Samsung Galaxy S8, you’ve probably heard about the minor issues that it’s having. Some people are noticing a red tint on the display of their brand new S8 and S8+, while others are experiencing WiFi connectivity issues.
Samsung has announced ... Read More »
According to The Information, some of the errors you might have experienced with the Facebook app were intentional. Many of us have faced issues with the app in the past (let’s face it, it used to be awful), but it seems that Facebook was, at some point, intentionally making the app crash for some users. ... Read More »
Google’s Project Zero teams set out to find the security differences between stock Android devices and devices made by various OEMs. Modifying stock Android software just adds more potential for security holes, so they took a Samsung Galaxy S6 edge and decided to see how many exploits they can find.
After a week, they managed ... Read More »
The OnePlus One marketing strategy has been sort of a mess. The advertising was strong, building a lot of hype for the device. If it was released into the height of all this hype, I think it would have been very successful. Unfortunately, the device has been delayed again and again, along with employing a ... Read More »
Motorola has come clean in their support forums today to some problems that have arisen with the current build of Froyo for the Droid X.
Their specific comments on several of the most frequent complaints are copied below.
Stuck on Moto logo after reboot — this was tough on a very few owners. Sorry about ... Read More »