The Nexus 6P hasn’t had the best track record for reliability. Many people are facing issues like bootlooping, battery drain, and more. It’s terrible when your phone, a device that’s at the center of many people’s lives, suddenly stops working at the worst time.
Thankfully, Google is trying to make it ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall may have replaced defective devices with models that Samsung claims are safe, but some are worrying that there is still a risk of the devices exploding (at least a bigger risk than usual, as all lithium ion devices ... Read More »
The announcement of the Moto Z was one big mixed bag. The device is Motorola’s new flagship, sporting top-of-the-line specs (other than the small 2,600mAh battery) and some serious controversy. The lack of a 3.5mm headphone jack is a big one, ... Read More »
Project Fi is one of Google’s latest experiments that turns the company into an MVNO. Currently, the only phone available through Fi is Google’s own Nexus 6. The program has had its perks, but Google is adding another one that’s quite significant. If you purchased your Nexus 6 through Project ... Read More »
We have some excellent news for Nexus 5 owners out there, though it comes without official proof. According to reports, Google has employed a new policy that will allow owners of the Nexus 5 to get one chance to replace a damaged phone. This means that if you happen to drop your device and shatter ... Read More »
Have you grown tired of the stock Android keyboard or are just looking to try something new? By now you have probably noticed that there are more keyboard replacements out there than you can shake a stick at (and believe me, I’ve tried). A little over a week ago, the competition for keyboard replacement apps ... Read More »