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Pixel 3 rumors: Everything we think we know about Google’s next phone

If history is an indicator, Google will launch its next generation of smartphones later this fall. With so much time between now and then, there’s plenty of opportunity to learn more about the presumed Pixel 3 and its counterpart, the Pixel 3 XL. To help keep track of everything, we’ve gathered up all of the Pixel 3 rumors we could find.

Let’s take a look at what should be in store for the pair of phones, shall we?

Android ‘P’  [Read More…]

Battlefield V for PlayStation 4: Everything you need to know about Grand Operations Mode

Our hands-on preview of Grand Operations on the Norway map

At EA Play 2018, Battlefield V was one of the show’s highlights, and if history is any indicator (GET IT) this title will truly shine on PlayStation 4. EA DICE’s reimagining of World War II looked fantastic in its brief presentation. EA dropped details during the presentation including campaign types (Battle Royale, folks!), and hints at what was to come from the game’s War Stories mode. The  [Read More…]

U.S. government reportedly unhappy about Google’s relationship with Huawei

The U.S. is targeting Huawei again? Shocker.

Huawei has been in the United States’ crosshairs pretty much since the beginning of the year, resulting in a completely botched launch of its Mate 10 Pro flagship on U.S. carriers.

Now, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Congress is giving Google a hard time over its continued relationship with the Chinese company.

WSJ reports that Congress is unhappy with Google continuing to license the Android OS  [Read More…]

ASUS’s new ROG Phone wants you to forget all about the Razer Phone

Present at Computex 2018 in Taiwan, ASUS today unveiled its own take on the Razer Phone. The gaming smartphone category is becoming more prominent, as the ranks of mobile gamers continue to increase exponentially. So in order to cater to this particular niche, ASUS announced the ROG Phone.

Featuring the unmistakable Republic of Gamers branding, the phone is the first to feature a 3D vapor-chamber cooling system designed to keep the hardware inside from overheating. Together with a large copper  [Read More…]

What do you think about a notch on the Pixel 3 XL?

It’s (maybe) coming.

Earlier this week, a leaked picture made its way around the web showing panels for the front of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.

The panel for the regular Pixel 3 shows an 18:9 ratio with much slimmer bezels compared to the Pixel 2, and with the Pixel 3 XL, we’ve got that infamous notch.

We can’t confirm how legit/fabricated this leak is, but a notch on the Pixel 3 XL isn’t unlikely  [Read More…]

Six things we like about the new Honor 10

Huawei’s sub brand Honor launched the new Honor 10 on the global market today during a press event in London. Here’s some of its best features.

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Visible: Everything you need to know about Verizon’s new phone service

Visible is a new startup from Verizon offering phone service via an app. Here’s what you need to know.

When looking at pre and post-paid cell phone service providers in the United States, there are countless options to choose from. Along with the big names such as AT&T and T-Mobile, you’ve also got competition from small brands like Mint Mobile and Cricket Wireless.

It can be hard to stand out in this industry, but Verizon’s trying to  [Read More…]

Kotlin: Everything you need to know about Android’s newest development language

What is Kotlin and why should I care about it?

Google announced support for Kotlin in Android at Google I/O 2017. It reinforced how important Kotlin is for app development again in 2018, but many of us aren’t sure what’s going on or why we should care. Sure, we know it’s something for app developers and they love it, but why do they love it? What exactly is it?

To start with, you need to understand that Kotlin is  [Read More…]

Android Things: Everything you need to know about Google’s plan to disrupt IoT

Android Things developer kit.

Google wants to tackle the Internet of Things its own way.

Android isn’t just for phones. We already know this because we see Android on Chromebooks, televisions, watches, and even microwave ovens. And we’re about to see it in places we may never have thought to look, like your cable modem or a parking meter. And to make it happen, Google has what it calls Android Things.

Android Things is the same  [Read More…]