Yesterday, multiple news outlets reported that Google quietly removed any mention of Android Wear-powered smartwatches from its online store. The response to this move from the search giant has been relatively mixed as some find no sense in doing so while others think the death
Now rolling out to all users, Essential has pushed out a new software update for the Essential Phone that aims to improve what many would call the mediocre camera setup on the back of the device. “Over the last couple of weeks, our camera team
Yesterday, Google unveiled its new Pixel 2 and 2 XL. During the unveiling event, the company mentioned the new Pixels were fast charging compliant and could receive a 7-hours-of-use charge after just fifteen minutes of being plugged in. That’s pretty fast charging, if you ask me.
Google will soon update its Assistant with the ability to identify songs. As first spotted by Android Police, the feature will eventually make its way to all devices with the Assistant on board and be able to tell you what music is playing around you.
The LG V30 has finally launched in the United States. After shipping to customers last month in South Korea, LG has launched the successor to last year’s excellent V20 on two major US carriers: AT&T and Verizon. T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular will have the
Microsoft is bringing its Edge web browser to mobile devices. In a new blog post today, the company announced new apps for iOS and Android that are currently in beta and can be tested first by Windows Insiders. According to Microsoft, “one of the most
Users of Instagram’s Stories feature can now share their photos and videos directly to parent company Facebook’s own Stories feature. As reported by TechCrunch, the feature is now rolling out to all iOS and Android users as a way to motivate people to use Facebook’s
Lenovo today is celebrating its 25th anniversary of the first ThinkPad laptop by introducing a limited edition ThinkPad Anniversary Edition 25 laptop. The laptop features a sleek build and modern specs but holds true to some of the classic features first introduced on the ThinkPad