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Apple May Release AirPower Wireless Charging Pad Next Month

Apple’s AirPower wireless charging pad was unveiled at their September event where wireless charging seemed to take center stage. Coming to products such as the iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods, AirPower is meant to supply power wirelessly to all three devices at once. Up until now, we haven’t had a Continue Reading

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Google Officially Bringing Dark Mode to Android, Could Come with Android P

With Google’s Pixel 2 and 2 XL, users can change the wallpaper to a darker image and receive a dark user interface to match. That’s great and all, but when you consider that Android users have been asking for an official dark mode in the OS for years at this Continue Reading

First Wave of Google Android Go Devices Coming Next Week During MWC 2018

Last year during I/O 2017, Google unveiled a lighter version of the Android operating system called Android Go. It’s built for lower-end devices such as those with 512MB or 1GB of RAM and slower processors in order to deliver a smoother and improved experience over standard Android. Then, it wasn’t Continue Reading

Google’s ARCore and Lens Launch on More Android Devices

Google has released the first versions of its ARCore augmented reality platform and Lens object recognition system to Android devices beyond its Pixel lineup. This comes after the Pixel and Pixel 2 received exclusivity of both features for a while back in 2017. Now, both functions are beginning to roll Continue Reading

Sony’s New Xperia XZ2 Actually Looks Good

Sony has had a long history of producing phones that, arguably, looked uglier than everyone else’s. I mean, this doesn’t scream “beautiful” or “sexy” to me, at least. But as per a leak via VentureBeat, it looks like the company might be upping its game in the design department. According Continue Reading

Google Assistant’s ‘Routines’ Will Roll Out in the Coming Weeks

Last year, Google announced Routines, the Assistant’s way of stringing different commands together that are activatable by using a single phrase of your choice. For instance, you could say “Hey Google, good morning” and the Assistant would turn on your kitchen lights, play your morning Spotify playlist, and even read Continue Reading

Moto Z2 Force on AT&T Getting Android 8.0 Oreo Upgrade

AT&T has begun rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo upgrade to the Moto Z2 Force on their network. This comes after both Verizon and T-Mobile released the update for devices on their respective networks. The update, according to AT&T, weighs in at 334MB, but you can expect the actual update Continue Reading

Google Assistant is Getting Deeper Integration with Phones and Carriers

Google has announced it’ll soon begin integrating the Assistant deeper with phones and wireless carriers. Now, you may be a bit confused by this statement. “The Assistant is already on my phone. How can it get deeper integration with it?” Basically, instead of having a universal set of features, it’ll Continue Reading

Google Assistant Will Let You Speak in Whatever Language You Want

Google is always up to something in the Assistant department, and during MWC 2018, the company is announcing some of its latest efforts. For one, the Google Assistant is getting 30 more supported languages. Soon, users will be able to speak in languages such as Danish, Dutch, Hindi, Indonesian, Norwegian, Swedish, Continue Reading

How-To: Watch Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Event Online [Update: Watch Now]

Mobile World Congress 2018 is about to kick off this weekend, and Samsung will be lighting the torch, if you will. This Sunday, the company will be holding an event where they’re expected to unveil the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus smartphones. We’ve seen leak after leak regarding these two Continue Reading