Boost Mobile, a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) which uses Sprint’s network, is adding the newest budget-friendly ZTE device to its stable of phones. The ZTE Warp 7 will work with both GSM and CDMA networks, feature a 5.5″ display and a quad-core processor. Display: 5.5″ 720p Processor: 1.2GHz Quad Core Processor Storage: 16GB RAM: 2GB
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Android goes to 7, Apple goes to the repair kit, and Tesla goes for maximum speed.
Android 7.0 Nougat is finally here! … if you have a Nexus phone. If using a modern Nexus phone, it might be a while before you get the update — or never. But does that really matter?
Apple found itself in sticky security waters following the disclosure and prompt patching of a trio of particularly nasty zero-day exploits. What’s more [Read More…]
The Note 7 arrives, Honor 8 makes a splash, and a treat for Windows Phone users.
Behold, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is now here — and Android Central has everything you need to know about the S Pen-toting flagship Android phone. Also arriving, a flagship from Huawei that’s solidly-specced but about half the price: the dual-camera-toting Honor 8.
Just two weeks after landing for Windows PC users, Windows 10 Mobile has received its anniversary update. [Read More…]
Happy Sunday. With today’s wallpaper collection, we have gathered 120 HD and QHD images from around the web that are downright psychedelic. They’re loud, bright, colorful and will look fantastic on your smartphones, tablets, and computers. In order to reduce the strain on our servers due to the popularity of wallpapers, we’ve moved the majority
Yet another Android security scare, yet more MacBook rumors, and yet even more Windows 10 builds.
Android’s open nature doesn’t mean that it’s any more vulnerable to security threats than any other OS. But it does mean that it’s more vulnerable to the perception of being more vulnerable. Case in point: the so-called “QuadRooter” vulnerability — lots of smoke and lots of people blowing it around, but a tiny little fire.
LG’s V20 is shaping up [Read More…]
Consider the following statistics that demonstrate just how pervasive the mobile world is. First, according to KPCB mobile technology trend findings, mobile digital media time is quite a bit higher than desktop usage, at 51% versus 42%. This statistic alone is enough to show that if marketers aren’t able to adequately reach their audience through
If you use any kind of mobile device, including smartphones or tablets, security and safety are probably already a top concern, but this can become even more relevant if you’re using your mobile device to work. Even if you’re not using your cell phone as your primary mode for completing work, more than likely you
Samsung’s new Note and Microsoft’s new Xbox: head-to-head.
It’s time. Time for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. It’s both a huge release for Samsung and something of an iteration at the same time. It retains a lot of the design language of the latest Note and S lines with a refined aesthetic, and is practically the same phone inside as the S7, but goes all-in on the big (and curved) display, S Pen stylus, and even [Read More…]
Google will soon offer Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) as part of its larger set of search results in Chrome and other mobile browsers. While these pages have previously surfaced in the Top Stories section of mobile searches, the company will soon be mixing them in with standard results.
To clarify, this is not a ranking change for sites. As a result of the growth of AMP beyond publishers, we wanted to make it easier [Read More…]
BlackBerry’s newest phone is a new approach and Microsoft ramps up for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Microsoft is updating in a big way — the week past brought a huge update for the Xbox One and the week ahead will be bringing the huge Windows 10 Anniversary Update to PCs. The Xbox update brings the console’s feature set even closer to that of core Windows, including the addition of Windows 10 app support and Microsoft’s [Read More…]