There’s more to Android O than the big new developer features Google’s talking about publicly.
Any new Android release is a big deal. And new developer preview build, as landed recently for Android O, inevitably has fans scrambling to find new features lurking just below the surface. In addition to big sweeping changes affecting the people who make Android apps, there are dozens of smaller updates and additions waiting to be discovered.
We’ve rounded up some of [Read More…]
LG shows off the G6’s user interface in short teaser.
With the official unveil of the LG G6 just ten days away, LG is continuing to dish out additional details about the phone. The latest teaser video from the South Korean manufacturer shows off LG UX 6.0, the user interface that will make its way onto the G6. From the short video, it doesn’t look like LG will make drastic changes to the UI elements, instead focusing on tailoring [Read More…]
T-Mobile has seen Verizon’s unlimited, and raised it unlimited and one.
When T-Mobile introduced its T-Mobile One plan last year, the internet was divided between people who thought the ostensibly unlimited data was a courageous move for a cash-strapped carrier with a patchy LTE network and those who saw it for a violation of the tenets of net neutrality.
6/ Starting Fri, #TMobileONE price includes HD video & 10GB high-speed 📱hotspot data –all at no [Read More…]
My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is once again in your news feed. The lone holdout among U.S. carriers who have decided to disable the phone — Verizon — has changed its mind and will be killing the Note 7 come January 5, 2017.
When AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile announced the path to the end for the Note 7, Verizon didn’t go along with it and instead insisted [Read More…]
Have you ever looked at your home screen picture and thought….that has been the same forever? It has become easy than ever to change just about anything you want in android. Changing your wallpaper while not difficult just plain gets forgotten. The fix, automatic wallpaper changers! They take pictures from the internet or your gallery
There are some big changes coming, and we’re so excited to share them with you!
Hi, I’m Daniel.
Though I’ve been here for a while, and you may have seen my byline here and there, I wanted to formally introduce myself, since I’m going to be around a lot more consistently, as Managing Editor. I’m going to be working with Andrew, Alex, Jerry and the rest of the AC team to make sure we don’t miss [Read More…]
Google is doing even more with the notification shade in the latest version of Android.
It’s very (very) early days for Android N, but as we’re playing around with the first release of the Developer Preview we’re instantly seeing big changes on the horizon. The first and most noticeable is the new notification shade design, which makes big changes to both individual notifications and the quick toggles that we’ve all been so fond of in Marshmallow.
Samsung still dominates the Android smartphone market with its Galaxy S series and Note line. But the once powerhouse has been slipping and has changed upper management a couple of times in order to revive its mobile lineup. Last year brought on a revolutionary change for Samsung where they sacrificed expandable memory and a replaceable battery for an all metal and glass build. While that pleased many, it also angered fans like me who prefers functionality over high quality materials. [Read More…]
Company confirms that it’s changed the Note 5’s internals to stop its stylus getting stuck
Back around the time that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 first went to market, a few unfortunate owners found that inserting the S Pen the wrong way around would result in a permanently jammed stylus. The culprit? The new clicky mechanism of the updated S Pen getting stuck on an internal switch designed to detect the pen’s presence.
Now, following reports [Read More…]