The OnePlus 3T made its debut in November, just five months after the original OnePlus 3. It brought with it an improved display, Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 821 processor, more storage, and an improved front-facing camera. The handset also came in a new gunmetal color option, and until now, that’s the only one that’s been available. But […]
When Samsung said it was working to deliver its Android 7.0 update for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge in January, we didn’t expect it to arrive so soon. But the South Korean company is now making Nougat available to some lucky users.
A new Google Play Store update is on the horizon. Google is constantly working to improve the experience for Android users who use the Google Play Store to purchase apps. Just last week, for example, Google announced that it’s making changes to help prevent fraudulent apps and reviews. More is coming.
[metaslider id=3087] Google Duo is, as the company has described, “a simple 1-to-1 video calling app available for Android and iOS.” It’s doing well so far.
AT&T didn’t have to give out free pizzas to win a recent customer care award. The carrier received the top accolades in the J.D. Power 2016 Full Service Wireless Customer Care Study Volume 2, which was published earlier this week.
Apple is taking advantage of its battle with the FBI to gain some free marketing. The company has made it clear that it’s doing everything it can to protect consumer privacy, which is good news for all of us, but bad news for authorities trying to bust criminals using iOS to hide their tracks. Turns […]
[metaslider id=2996] Facebook on Wednesday announced a massive new update to Facebook Live, its livestreaming application that competes directly with other services such as Periscope.
We have some good news if you’re still holding on to your OnePlus One. The smartphone, which was unveiled almost two years ago, is set to get Android 6.0 Marshmallow in the near future.
An old video from AT&T shows what it was like when the dial tone was actually new, though, and how customers should get used to a new dial telephone.
Being the default search provider for an operating system as big as iOS doesn’t come cheap. According to a court transcript taken from the Google vs. Oracle lawsuit, Google paid Apple a whopping $1 billion in 2014 to ensure it remained the favorite on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Mozilla on Tuesday confirmed it will no longer develop or sell Firefox OS smartphones. The company first unveiled its mobile OS in 2013, targeting the low-cost market as its key demographic. But with the growing presence of really good affordable Android phones, it appears as though Mozilla realized it couldn’t compete with the Google machine.
Apple just released iOS 9.2 for all. The software had been moving through both public and developer betas for the past several weeks, so we had an idea of what to expect.