Tag Archive: Questions’


Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL: frequently asked questions

Google finally unveiled its brand new phones, the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, this week at an event in New York. It seems like the endless leaks are now finally at a rest and we’re getting our first look at the devices.

The follow up to last year’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL seem like small, but real, upgrades. Fans will find a familiar design, specs, and price, but there are some new features to get excited about.

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Control for PlayStation 4: First look and questions answered!

Here’s everything we know so far about the inscrutable new Remedy game, Control.

What was Remedy mysterious P7 project? Introducing Control, a game first shown off at E3 2018 to great delight and confusion. The trailer for Control showed a woman exploring a mysterious, twisting bureau full of floating people and supernatural monsters. She fought them with a single gun and her own set of powers, she performed some weird ritual thing, and she got sucked into  [Read More…]

OnePlus team fields OnePlus 5 questions in Reddit AMA, reveals little

Every once and a while it’s great to get a feel for what’s going on behind the scenes of a smartphone launch.

As they have done before, a handful of high-level people from OnePlus fired up a Reddit AMA to field questions from some of the most die-hard fans of the company. This time, it’s all about the OnePlus 5 of course.

As is typically the case with Reddit AMAs, there’s a whole lot of cruft to wade through  [Read More…]

Assistant finally lets you type to ask questions on your phone [Update: Now live!]

Google Assistant is getting much more functional.

Update: Google has started rolling out the update that will allow you to type to ask Assistant queries on your phone. Just ask the assistant to pull up images of a person or place and it will search through Google Photos to find relevant matches.

Original story follows:

Google Assistant expanded to millions of Android devices earlier this year, with the service now installed on over 100 million devices.  [Read More…]

6 questions you need to ask before building an app

With the booming market of smart phones, new apps are being developed every day. Hence, the competition is incredibly tough. If you are on your way to making one, stop and ask yourself these questions first. What app am I building? Before building an app, you need to consider what kind of business it is […]

YouTube TV FAQ: All your questions answered!

YouTube TV is coming, and you probably have questions.

It’s always exciting to see a company like Google offer something new, but YouTube TV is not the first time this company has tried to do something innovative with streaming video. Here’s what you need to know about Google’s latest efforts to shake up television as we know it.

What is YouTube TV?

Think of YouTube TV as an internet-based cable television subscription. For a monthly fee, you  [Read More…]

Introducing Ask Daniel, the most caffeinated place to get your questions answered!

AC’s Managing Editor answers your questions in a new forum!

Everyone has a story. How they got where they are, and what they want to do next. I have been very lucky to be able to do a lot of wonderful and interesting things in my life, and it’s a privilege to be able to write for a living, turning some of those experiences into narratives.

The humble editor and his favorite t-shirt.

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Introducing Ask Jerry, the dopest place to get your questions answered!

You asked for Ask Jerry, and here it is!

We’re very lucky to have Jerry Hildenbrand as part of Android Central. He’s smart, foul-mouthed and oh-so-intelligent, and he’s now yours for the questioning.

In partnership with our community team at the Android Central forums, we have launched Ask Jerry, a place to question and converse with the real Most Interesting Man In The World (Dos Equis got nothing on Jerry). The great news is that this is an  [Read More…]

Six questions for Android OEMs in 2017

2016 was a year of change in the world of Android. Gone are the days where all you had to choose from was a minor revision of the same phone with a spec bump. The trend of smaller manufacturers making great smartphones for dirt cheap that started in 2015 got a major boost in 2016

We’re answering your Moto Z questions in our forums!

The lid has come off the Moto Z. The reviews have dropped. We now can share pricing and availability.

But we get it. You still have questions. Well we have answers! Phil has spent a week with both the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force on Verizon, and he’s going to spend the rest of the day answers your questions in our forums. As in, he’s not getting let out to feed until it’s all over.

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