Android Go is a version of Android O that’s aimed at entry-level devices. This lightweight flavor of Android O is meant to ... Read More »
Google didn’t reveal the official name of Android O at its I/O keynote today, but it did make an announcement that’s just about as exciting.
The battle of the Android flagships continues today with the debut of the HTC U11.
The main feature of the HTC U11 is called Edge Sense. With it, you can perform actions just by squeezing the sides of the device, and you can customize which app you want to ... Read More »
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If you’ve been itching to try Android O since it was announced back in March, you may soon get your chance.
Amazon Alexa has finally come to a smartphone. The US version of the Huawei Mate 9 recently received a software update containing Amazon’s virtual assistant. Now that Google Assistant is on ... Read More »
If you’ve been using technology for a while, burn-in is nothing new to you. It occurs when an image stays on-screen long enough to permanently show, even when the image changes. Though some types of displays are more sensitive to burn-in than others, it’s a phenomenon that can happen to almost any display. OLED displays are ... Read More »
The US isn’t lucky enough to get the beefy Samsung Galaxy S8+ with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, but some markets are. Unfortunately, the devices in those markets are carrier-locked and thus can’t be imported to the less lucky markets for use.
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Back in January we got the first look at the BlackBerry KEYone, the newest physical keyboard-equipped Android handset, which is manufactured by TCL Communication.
It wouldn’t be until February that we got all the proper details and specifications for the handset, which was expected to launch sometime in April when it was officially ... Read More »