Google has announced a new version of Android Wear currently in beta which will bring devices up to version 8.0 Oreo. This comes at a time where Wear based on Android 7.1.2 Nougat is still rolling out to all compatible smartwatches. As for changes, Google is
Google is expected to debut its new round of hardware for the 2017 holiday season this Wednesday, and now we’re hearing more about the company’s plans in terms of phones. We already saw the device leak earlier in a set of tweets, and now Evan
Microsoft has announced that it’s replacing its Groove Music streaming service with one of the leaders in the industry, Spotify. This comes the same day as the company also announces the discontinuation of Groove Music in favor of other music streaming platforms such as Spotify.
Photo via: Associated Press KGI released a new report today (via MacRumors) and it gives us an updated look at what we can expect in terms of how many iPhone X units Apple will sell during the remaining portion of 2017. However, possibly the most
Evan Blass is back at it again, leaking another smartphone that fans of Android have been looking forward to for an entire year. In a new tweet, Blass shares an image of what he claims is the Google Pixel 2 XL in a protective case.
Google today seeded those with Pixel and Nexus-branded devices with the October 2017 security patch. Two different security levels are rolling out with one labeled 2017-10-01 and the other 2017-10-05. As is the case with every security patch, there’s various fixes between the two patches
Facebook will soon let users log into their accounts if they get locked out. According to TechCrunch, the social media giant is currently testing the feature in their mobile apps which will let users log into their profiles by using facial recognition, similar to what’s
Google’s upcoming hardware event will see refreshes of the Pixel smartphones and Daydream headset, while new Home speakers and a fresh Chromebook are also said to be unveiled.