Did you happen to grab a new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 this week? Maybe you already own a Nexus 6P, Galaxy Note 5, S6, S7 or S7 edge, Axon 7, OP3 or another device with an AMOLED display. If you own a device with an AMOLED you will know that its colors are superior with
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Welcome to the weekend edition of the best deals from around the web. If you just grabbed a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 you should pick up the iOrange USB Type C cables on sale now. The cables from iOrange are some of the best you can get for your money and will work perfectly with
Android N makes notifications more interactive and meaningful — and they can be backward compatible.
Getting notifications on your phone isn’t something new or something that started with Android. Whether we’re talking about annoying pop-up boxes or that addictive red blinking light, our phones have always been able to tell us it wants our attention.
But with Android 7.0, things are going to get a lot better, largely because developers now have more control over the [Read More…]
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is a device that grabs the attention of smartphone enthusiasts from around the globe. Even iPhone users, who are stuck in their own world, come out from underneath the rocks to take a gander at the Note line. The Note always impresses enthusiasts with its internals and features, and this year’s version
T-Mobile is no stranger to claims of violating net neutrality. Binge On was attacked for violating net neutrality, though people calmed down when T-Mobile made it easier to toggle and explain how it works. Now it has another problem on its hands.
T-Mobile One offers unlimited video streaming at 480p, but getting HD video will cost you an extra $ 25 a month per line. Many are saying this violates net neutrality, and even the Electronic Frontier Foundation has spoken up. EFF senior [Read More…]
Welcome to our first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7! Here at AndroidGuys, several of us were taken in by Samsung’s beautiful new superphone and pre-ordered our phones just like many of you. We’ll have our full review in the coming weeks (we like to take our time with a device before reviewing it),
Honor is a growing brand in North America — the Huawei sub-brand just announced that its latest flagship, the Honor 8, is coming to the U.S. at the end of the month — but it made its debut last year with a 5X.
With a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a 13MP camera, and a 3,000mAh battery, the Honor 5X has the hardware — and if you [Read More…]
What are the best car mounts that work with the Moto G4?
There’s no good reason to be driving with your Moto G4 in hand. Distracted driving is a hazard to the public and whether or not it’s illegal to text and drive in your state or local jurisdiction, you just shouldn’t do it.
Having said that, using your phone in your car is also incredibly convenient; we our phones for turn-by-turn directions or to play [Read More…]
Android Central editors sound off on what we want from the new Nexus hardware.
We’re quickly approaching that time of year when Google is poised to release new Nexus phones, and that means a few leaks fuel the fires for everyone to think about exactly what they want to see in the new phone (or, in this case, phones). We know the new hardware from Google is already finished and just waiting for some final touches [Read More…]
From the Big Android BBQ Europe: Blendle dev Jolanda Verhoef on getting into Android development, current challenges, and where it’s all going.
The Big Android BBQ Europe, held in Amsterdam, Netherlands recently, brings together some of Europe’s top Android developers, enthusiasts and other community members in a celebration of Android, code and cooked meat. A spin-off from the U.S.-based Big Android BBQ, the European event is now in its second year.
In addition to the actual BBQ part, it’s [Read More…]