While some updates for Android are given stage time at Google’s events (like I/O or when they’re unveiling a new smartphone), and sometimes they’re quietly added to the mix.
While the BlackBerry KEY2 launched not too long ago, and that handset comes preinstalled with Android Oreo on board, there are still BlackBerry KEYone handsets out there in the wild, and BlackBerry wants to get some of those folks running some new software.
The BlackBerry KEYone is running Android ... Read More »
Huawei recently announced that it’ll offer deals on several of its devices for Amazon Prime Day 2018, and now Huawei sub-brand Honor has confirmed that it’ll have some deals available for Prime Day, too.
Honor says that both the Read More »
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In its quest to remain competitive, Sprint is restructuring its unlimited plans into four options. These include Unlimited Basic, Unlimited Plus, Unlimited Military, and Unlimited 55+. Each plan features unique offerings and pricing, so it’s best to dive right in to the details.
Android Auto‘s Google Maps support is fantastic, but until now, you were limited to the basic map view. Of course this is the best view, as it’s easy on the eyes and nicely outlines roads and paths. Using anything else isn’t really all that important.
However, there are absolutely times ... Read More »
This may be the year that smartwatches make a return. The category has largely been ignored by mainstream manufacturers due to the lack of success in this segment. Apple still controls 60 percent of the market as of Q1 2018, and it even seems like Google has not focused much on the now renamed Read More »
The Google Home Mini may not be an amazing speaker, but as a smart home device it’s invaluable. It’s small, cheap, attractive, and puts out some surprisingly loud sound (though it has absolutely no low end).
Buying one at full price is worth it. Buying one at a discount ... Read More »
Since the month of April, Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE has been on a bit of a roller coaster in relation to its smartphone business.
Back in May, Google showcased a new feature for Gboard that allows users to type in Morse code.
When Google showed off the Morse code support in Gboard, it also introduced Tania Finlayson, the assistant tech developer who helped Google launch Morse code support in Gboard. Now Finlayson has penned a blog post ... Read More »
The FCC has already had its time with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 tablet and the rumor mill has supplied us with one image showing us a new device with slightly thinner bezels than previous versions of the device. Now serial leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) has taken ... Read More »