OnePlus Takes a Hard Look at Verizon Compatibility

OnePlus and Verizon might be paired up later this year. While the nation’s largest carrier isn’t expected to sell the OnePlus 6T, the necessary bands could be included that allow the flagship device to work properly on the network. Tests are underway for the OnePlus 6T on Verizon’s network, according to PC Magazine. Multiple sources have stated […]

Samsung’s Absolutely Teasing Its Foldable Phone

While there still hasn’t been any confirmation, the South Korean company went ahead and rolled out a not-so-subtle teaser. You might need to look closely, but a tweet for the upcoming Samsung Developer Conference includes an animation that hints at the groundbreaking technology appearing soon. Now there’s little doubt of its impending arrival. Samsung opens […]

Samsung Continues to Roast Apple in Latest Ingenius Ads

Samsung has returned to its tried and true formula of pointing out all of Apple’s flaws that helped it first establish itself as a smartphone powerhouse. It started with “The Next Big Thing” campaign and it’s continuing with its new “Ingenius” ads that poke fun at Apple for its perceived shortcomings. It just released three new ads […]

You can try Android P even if you don’t have a Pixel phone

Google just announced that you don’t need to own a Pixel phone if you’d like to experience Android P before its public release. There are several partners who will have their flagships participate in the Android P Beta that opens this summer. It’s a move that makes it possible for developers and curious consumers to […]

Fixing your Samsung Galaxy phone just got a lot easier

Samsung on Wednesday announced an important partnership with uBreakiFix in an effort to provide same-day repair services for Galaxy owners. The program is expected to offer over 300 Samsung Care authorized locations, with more locations to come by the end of 2018. The partnership will expand by a further 200 locations in 2019. The program […]

Third-party apps on the Pixel 2 won’t take awful photos anymore

Google’s special technology to improve photos taken on the Pixel 2 is opening up for all developers. Pixel Visual Core, which launched with the latest flagship last year, is being turned on with Android’s February update. It’ll allow third-party apps to take advantage of “computational photography and machine learning” to improve image quality beyond the Camera app. […]

Breaking: Google buys major part of HTC for $1.1 billion

While HTC will continue to exist, Google is going to assume control of the pieces that ran the mobile division. Google and HTC have reached an agreement in which the Taiwanese will send a large number of employees from its mobile division to Mountain View in exchange for $1.1 billion in cash. The deal also […]

Google fights Apple’s ARKit with ARCore for Android Google on Tuesday formally introduced a preview of ARCore, a new software development kit (SKD) designed to bring augmented reality to current and future Android devices. You can see a demonstration of ARCore in the video above. According to Google, ARCore is built off the company’s Tango technology, which has existed in some capacity […]

Android 8.0 Oreo rollout could be delayed

Google could be forced to delay the long-awaited Android 8.0 Oreo update if it’s unable to fix a connectivity issue that beta testers are currently experiencing. According to the firm’s Product Forums, the latest build of Oreo disrupts Bluetooth playback through Android Auto, headphones and speakers. Big G is requesting that beta testers affected by […]