Category: Android News


Kurrent USB Type-C Power Meter Giveaway

That’s right! It’s giveaway time and we are excited to announce that we are giving away three, yes THREE Kurrent USB Type-C Power Meter/Monitor units to you, our lucky readers. The Prize With the huge number of devices, cables and chargers that we rely on daily, USB Type-C is vastly becoming a more and more […]

Google Assistant may be coming to iOS quite soon

Google Assistant may soon be available on iOS devices.

Google is still working to get its AI Assistant on every Android device you own, but if rumors are true, it will also be an iOS launch soon as a standalone app.

As reported by Android Police, Google may announce a new Google Assistant app for iOS in the next few days. While this is but a rumor at this point, the timing is pretty perfect what with  [Read More…]

Amazon is dangerously close to being the new king of messaging

With Alexa gaining the ability to make voice calls and Echo Show bolstering the living room, Amazon moves a step closer to messaging ubiquity.

It was about three or four years ago when my wife and I decided to finally get rid of our landline. We weren’t really using it anymore — it was mostly an emergency backup, and a great way for solicitors to bug us. (That it occasionally made phantom 911 calls in the middle of the  [Read More…]

Motorola’s new Moto C and Moto C Plus pack all the essentials at a bargain price

Motorola took us by surprise today and unveiled the Moto C and Moto C Plus – the company’s most affordable handsets to date. While the low-end duo has been expected to arrive for a while, we had no actual indications they will be landing today. Anyway, Motorola won’t be launching the Moto C in the […]

The Galaxy Note 8 will likely feature the same aspect ratio as the Galaxy S8

A new set of rumors have revealed information regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The rumors suggest the Note 8 will feature a 6.3-inch display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio.

Google wants your next car to have Google Assistant built in

Your next car could come with Android Auto and Google Assistant pre-installed.

Android is the world’s most popular mobile operating system, powering devices we use every day such as our smartphones, TV set-top boxes, and wearables. You may even use Android in your car via Android Auto. Google is continuing its work to make our cars smarter via Android, announcing new partnerships with automakers in its latest blog to get Android Auto and Google Assistant built right into the  [Read More…]

ASUS might pull de plug on its ZenWatch lineup

Albeit lackluster interest in the smartwatch category from behalf of consumers, more and more companies are flocking to launch intelligent timepieces. Back in March, Fossil introduced more than 300 new smartwatch models from its partner sub brands, in a bid to show users the smartwatch market is alive and kicking. But a new report coming […]

How to manage who gets notified when you stream your Gear VR to Facebook

For now, everyone is going to know when you are livestreaming to Facebook.

The update which brought the ability to livestream your Gear VR adventures directly to Facebook. While this feature allows you to easily share many of the games, apps, and experiences on your Gear VR. There is one small issue. That being that when you livestream, everyone that you are connected to gets a notification. While there is a way around this, it definitely isn’t  [Read More…]

Motorola’s alphabetical Moto product release road map leaks out

Over the weekend, we got the opportunity to learn more about the upcoming Moto X (2017) which by the looks of it will be sold as the Moto Z4 when it makes a debut later this year. On top of leaking the Moto Z4’s logo, the prolific @evleaks also posted an image that was apparently […]

Samsung DeX does a pretty good job turning the Galaxy S8 into a desktop

Samsung’s “desktop experience” is not only a curious concept, but it’s quickly becoming something I like to use.

There’s more to the Galaxy S8 an S8+ than its vibrant screen, cascading glass edges, and shiny back cover. Samsung would also like you to try its new Android-powered phone to unlock a desktop operating system that can be used on a whim.

The Samsung DeX — which stands for desktop experience is a hockey-puck shaped dock with a  [Read More…]