Month: April 2018

Apple Watch Might Get Third-Party Face Support in watchOS 5

Apple could be working to build third-party watch face compatibility into the next OS upgrade for the Apple Watch. According to code discovered by 9to5Mac in the latest watchOS 4.3.1 beta, there’s a placeholder that […]

Here’s the Gold iPhone X Everyone Wants

When Apple introduced the iPhone X, it’s hard to deny many were disappointed the company didn’t offer a gold color option. Instead, they opted for black and white. This may have been due to manufacturing […]

Google Might Be Testing iPhone X-Style Gestures in Android P

There’s a ton we don’t know about in Android P. We’ve only gotten one developer preview that’s as vague as they come. However, more clues are beginning to swirl around the World Wide Web as […]

Xiaomi’s Black Shark is the Razer Phone’s Biggest Competition

Xiaomi has announced a brand-new phone aimed at the gaming market. Called the Black Shark, the device packs a ton of high-end specs which puts it up against arguably the largest competitor in the gaming […]

LG May Release a V35 ThinQ with Dual 16MP Cameras and No Notch

LG’s V30 was somewhat of a hit amongst reviewers (including myself) and the V30S ThinQ simply improved on what was already great about the handset. Now, it looks like LG may be bumping the device […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Re-Review: A Proper 2018 Contender

Five months ago, I published my initial review of Samsung’s monstrous Galaxy Note 8. It succeeded the S8 from earlier in 2017 and packed in a ton more features that power users adore. I loved […]

LG Built a Facility to Deliver Software Updates Faster

It looks like LG is doubling down on delivering timelier software updates to its vast user database. According to the company, its opened a new Software Upgrade Center in its home of South Korea that’s […]

Motorola Introduces its Own Speaker for the Moto Z

Motorola has unveiled its own stereo speaker mod for the existing¬†lineup of Moto Z smartphones, including the Z2 and Z2 Play. Up until now, the only speaker that doubled as a Moto Mod was the […]

Sony is Bringing the Xperia XZ2 Lineup to the US

Back at Mobile World Congress, Sony took the wraps off its newest flagship devices, the Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact. The phones were never given any pricing or availability¬†information at the time, but now the […]

Google is Giving Gmail a Makeover ‘In the Coming Weeks’

Google has begun sending an email out to G Suite administrators alerting them that a redesign of Gmail is on the horizon. The company says a fresh look will be accompanied by new features which […]

You Can Now Get Spotify and Hulu for $12.99/Month

Spotify has announced it’s expanding the subscription tier that gets you access to both the music streaming service itself and Hulu for $12.99/month to all users. Previously, the option was available exclusively to students, but […]

Instagram Brings Portrait Mode and Username Stickers to its App

Instagram today announced two new features it’s bringing to its app for iOS and Android. The first addition is a feature called Focus which is basically the platform’s version of the popular portrait mode camera […]

The LG G7 ThinQ is Coming on May 2nd

Photo via: Android Headlines LG has confirmed it’ll unveil its initial 2018 flagship offering on May 2nd. The company’s Korean newsroom made the announcement that the new LG G7 ThinQ will arrive in the coming […]

ZTE’s Upcoming Smartphone is Taking Notches to a New Level

An upcoming smartphone from ZTE looks to take the recent trend of including notches on bezel-less handsets to a new level. According to leaked images of the supposed “Iceberg” via WinFuture, the Chinese company looks […]

HP’s New Chromebook x2 is a $599 Chrome OS Detachable

HP today unveiled the world’s first detachable Chromebook. Known as the Chromebook x2, the device is built to compete with companies like Apple and Microsoft in the productivity-focused tablet market. It also marks the second […]

Apple’s iPhone 8 and 8 Plus Get Special PRODUCT(RED) Variant

Apple today announced a special edition of its iPhone 8 and 8 Plus flagships. Falling in line to an extent with reports that stretch back multiple weeks, the company has outfitted the devices in a […]

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018) Review: Productivity at its Finest

Lenovo’s latest business laptop flagship is a fantastic productivity machine, but it isn’t perfect.

Spotify May Unveil New Hardware for Playing Music in Your Car on April 24th

Spotify is said to unveil a new hardware product during a “news announcement” on April 24th in New York. While the company doesn’t hint at a particular announcement in their media invitation, users are reporting […]

Upcoming LG G7 Leaks in New Photos, Shows Off Notch and ‘ThinQ’ Branding

LG’s upcoming flagship G7 smartphone has leaked in a new set of photos via TechRadar. The images claim to show off the device inside a protective case and its model number found within its software. […]

You Can Now Broadcast Messages Across Amazon Echos with Alexa

Amazon has announced it’s adding a new feature that lets users broadcast voice messages across all Echos in a household using Alexa. It’s similar to the feature Google added to its Home ecosystem in which […]