OnePlus files trademark for Dash Charge; what does it mean for the OnePlus 3?

A new trademark for OnePlus Dash Charge has us wondering if a quick-charging solution will finally be available with this year’s OnePlus 3.

FBI paid less than previously reported for iPhone hack (but still probably way, waaaay too much)

Despite last week’s description of the FBI iPhone 5c hack having cost north of $1M, the agency is now backtracking from that figure.

HTC confirms Marshmallow delays for AT&T users

We’ve got confirmation that HTC AT&T Android Marshmallow updates for both the One M8 and One M9 have been hit with new delays.

Apple marketing head sparks unlikely controversy over how to pluralize Apple products

What’s the proper plural of iPhone? What about iPad? Apple has its preference, but that doesn’t mean you have to listen.

Galaxy S7 eBay deal has new factory-unlocked models for just $560

Is this $560 Galaxy S7 deal too good to pass up, or do a few small compromises ruin it for you?

Using a smartphone across Europe is becoming cheaper, as new roaming-fee limits take effect

Starting at the end of this month EU roaming fees get new, lower caps, ahead of the mid-2017 abolition of them altogether.

Testers share early look at Google Trips, the new in-development travel app

Find out what we’ve learned so far about Google Trips, the upcoming what-to-do-and-what-to-see app to help with your travel plans.

How the Google Play App Security Improvement Program is helping devs keep apps safe

Learn how automated scanning can help developers improve Google Play app security.

HTC 10 carrier action: Sprint gets a date, Verizon pre-orders open

Get all the details you’ll need about HTC 10 carrier sales in the US – who’s selling it, and when.

Microsoft locks down Cortana to kill Bing-, Edge-dodging hacks

Microsoft’s putting a stop to users conducting Cortana searches on Windows 10 with search engines other than Bing, and browsers other than Edge.

Fenix’s return to Google Play reveals a much brighter future for Twitter apps

What does Fenix’s return to the Play Store mean for the future of the Twitter token limit?

Motorola’s Rick Osterloh heads to Google to oversee hardware projects

Rick Osterloh Google appointment creates new SVP position overseeing the bulk of Google’s commercial hardware efforts.

Google Play begins labeling apps that contain ads

Google Play is now marking apps with advertising, letting users know what to expect.

Instagram leaves beta for Windows 10 Mobile, as Facebook and Messenger come to W10 tablets

There’s new software landing from Facebook, including the no-longer-in-beta Instagram for Windows 10 Mobile app.

Apple receives government blessing for retail stores in India

A committee is recommending that Apple be granted the clearance it needs to start building Apple stores in India.

Moto 360 Sport already running out of steam? Google Store shuts down sales

Why has Google seemingly stopped Moto 360 Sport sales? Is the still-quite-new wearable already coming to the end of the road?

Oppo, Vivo rise to join Huawei as top-selling Chinese OEMs

Lenovo and Xiaomi are out of the top-five list of smartphone makers, as new Chinese smartphone manufacturers take their places.

BlackBerry Priv pricing hits new low (and just in time for Marshmallow)

This $400 sale is easily the best BlackBerry Priv deal so far – will it convince you to pick the phone up?

Google no longer selling Nexus tablets, as Nexus 9 leaves the Google Store

Google’s put a stop to Nexus 9 sales, but HTC is still happy to hook you up with the 2014 tablet.

HTC Nexus codenames leak: will we meet Marlin and Sailfish later this year?

Marlin and Sailfish are looking like our HTC Nexus codenames, but questions remain about what hardware we’ll get.

Supposed “iPhone Pro” schematic reflects a number of current hardware rumors

Is this new iPhone 7 Plus schematic proof of the changes we’ve already heard rumored, or leading us down the wrong path?

Are these BlackBerry’s next phones? Leak shows off models Rome and Hamburg

Are these BlackBerry renders the company’s new 2016 Android-based lineup? Meet the BlackBerry Hamburg and Rome.

Microsoft looks prepared to have Win10 Anniversary Update ready for OS’s first birthday

Rumors of a Windows 10 Anniversary Update ETA suggest Microsoft really could have this update ready to go for the platform’s one-year anniversary.

Industry pressure grows to move audio away from headphone jacks – it’s not just Apple

Intel’s working on new standards that could one day make USB type-C headphones ubiquitous.

Nextbit Robin scores camera, audio, performance tweaks in big software update

Discover all the big improvements landing in today’s Nextbit Robin software update.