It has been a few months since Motorola officially unveiled a new series of handsets under the Moto E banner, but now the company is back with yet another option.
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.
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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 »
Things aren’t going so well for HTC at the moment (or over the last couple of years, really), and the company is looking for a way to right the ship.
Back in January, Sony introduced a trio of new smartphones, two of which fit under the XA2 brand. Now, several months later, the company is welcoming a brand new member of the XA2 family.
This model is called the Xperia XA2 Plus, and Sony introduced the handset with a YouTube video early on ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is on the way. The FCC has already approved the upcoming phablet and we know that Samsung is going to unveil it on August 9. Now the rumor mill has gone ahead and provided our first look at the future flagship ... Read More »
Google Chrome has had an Incognito mode for quite some time now, and it looks like that particular feature is about to make the jump over to the YouTube app.
The YouTube app for Android will be getting its own Incognito mode today. Similar to the way the feature works for ... Read More »