You may not be impressed by the first Android O Dev Preview, but don’t lose hope.
We’ve said it time and time again, but it requires reiteration when a new Android Developer Preview is announced: don’t judge an entire upcoming Android platform update by its first Developer Preview release. Android O just launched officially in the form of a Developer Preview that can be downloaded and flashed to Pixel or late-model Nexus, and in typical Google fashion [Read More…]
The app’s new motto is “just keep scrolling.”
If you’re already Googling your news every morning, maybe it’s time to consider downloading Google’s News & Weather app instead. The app received a feature bump from its maker. You can now peruse through 200 news stories at a time with More Headlines by simply scrolling on and on.
The More Headlines section loads as you scroll, offering a seemingly endless stream of articles. The News & Weather app [Read More…]
We recently reported that with the new Android 7.1.2 beta 2 update the Nexus 6P finally got the highly requested fingerprint scanner gesture feature. Well the Nexus 6P is not the only device receiving the beta 2 build, but also the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus Player and Pixel C. Speaking of the Pixel […]
There’s more to these big companies than just phones and computers.
When we think about LG as a company, we understandably tend to focus on its phones, TVs and perhaps components — after all, we’re most excited when something like the LG G6 or a new display is announced. But LG is a massive company that does all sort of things with electronics (and beyond), like the cute and helpful airport robots the it announced at CES [Read More…]
The Moto G5 Plus offers a lot of value, but there are tradeoffs.
The Moto G5 Plus is all set to make its debut in the U.S. shortly, featuring several key upgrades over its predecessor. Motorola has announced that the variant with 2GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage will retail for $ 229, $ 20 less than what the Moto G4 Plus debuted at last year. The model with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage will [Read More…]
Recently we told you that luxury brands Montblanc and Tag Heurer launched two new Android Wear 2.0 aimed for premium customers. Now American clothing brand and retailer, Guess has joined the race with an Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch of its own. Actually the smartwatch represents a refreshed version of the previous Guess Connect watch. It […]
LeEco is one of those daring Chinese brands that have ventured out on the US market. Unlike Xiaomi and others which remain pretty skittish to take their business stateside, LeEco has achieved quite a lot in the short time it’s been offering its products in America. LeEco’s products including smartphones and TVs were previously available […]
Every Android user has a theme on their phone. They just don’t know it yet.
Updated March 2017: Links were added to newer content and images were refreshed.
Even if you don’t know what icon packs or launchers are, if your phone has a home screen on it, it’s got a theme. Android users don’t have to live in their app drawers; they can choose how their phone looks and functions. They can use widgets to [Read More…]