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Google might be working on its own chips, recent hire indicates

Apple is doing it, and so are Samsung, Huawei, and Xiaomi and soon Google could too. At least according to a report coming out of Variety, which claims the Mountain View-based technology giant is looking to start making custom chips for its future Pixel products. You see, Google recently hired Manu Gulati, an Apple micro-architect […]

Google Assistant in Google Photos now suggests images you might want to archive

Google Photos just received a handy, new update. Smartphones have made it easier for us to snap photographs of anything interesting we might come across, but at the end of the day, you don’t want to keep every single shot in your image gallery, right? That’s why Google Photos with the help of the Google […]

The Samsung Chromebook Plus might be the best place to try new Android features

A Chromebook has a newer version of Android than almost every phone.

If you want to check out the latest features for Android as soon as you can you know what phone to buy: The Pixel. But you still won’t be able to check out every feature because a few are always going to be dependent on screen size. The Samsung Chromebook Plus has you covered. It’s just a better buy in 2017 than a Pixel C  [Read More…]

Google Home might soon get cloud device casting, reminder controls

Google’s I/O 2017 developer conference is set to kick start tomorrow and naturally we expect to hear some news about the Google Home. While we wait for Google to provide us the scoop, the folks at the xda-developers performed an APK teardown on one of the most recent updates to the Google Home app (2.3) […]

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 […]

Six Awesome Amazon Alexa Skills You Might Not Know

Are you getting the most out of your Amazon Echo?

Amazon’s Alexa service has the most skills to enable and have fun with, but that doesn’t mean it is easy to find the good ones. There are a lot of duplicate skills from multiple developers all claiming to offer the same basic features, which makes finding the truly great skills difficult. It’s the kind of think you’d need to spend way too many hours talking to Alexa  [Read More…]

Sony’s Galaxy S8/LG G6 alternative might be on its way

Taller, narrower smartphones like the Galaxy S8 or LG G6 are rocking today’s smartphone scene. And according to a recent leak coming to us via MobileExpose, Sony is also working on a similar-looking device. Renders showcasing the yet-unreleased Sony Xperia X Ultra have surfaced online, alongside information about the upcoming handset. The phone is expected […]

Amazon Echo with built-in screen might arrive in May

Word that Amazon’s next-gen Echo speaker might come equipped with a 7-inch display surfaced late last year. Now a new report coming out of CNET claims the device might be ready to launch as soon as next month. While the current report doesn’t make any references to a 7-inch display, so we’ll have to assume […]

Samsung Galaxy S8 might get Android 7.1 Nougat treatment soon

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ launched with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, albeit Android 7.1 being available at the time. However, given the fact that the two phones are yet to start shipping, their software status could change until they get officially launched. Sam Mobile uncovered evidence pinpointing to the Galaxy […]

OnePlus 3T might soon get a Chrome color version

Bummed out that you weren’t able to grab the OnePlus 3T in Midnight Black? The Chinese company offered the model for a mere second and in limited quantities, so it’s no wonder not many customers managed to get one. Well you shouldn’t be sad, as new color option for the OnePlus 3T has appeared on […]