The product name was spotted in the OnePlus India support ticketing form. Is it a sign of things to come? Or is this a purple herring?
How does sexual misconduct at Google reflect on Android? Also on ouir show, we discuss Xiaomi's politics and talk with a DIY phone creator.
The actual hardware has been revealed to feature a few changes and a couple of similarities to previous Chromecasts that aren't at all impressive.
The P30 and P30 Note are out in China, but someone pushed the Motorola webpage a little too early for the P30 Play. And there's everything we need to know.
Galaxy Note 9 owners who want to use their Gear VR with it will need to get an adapter to fit the phone into the headset.
You know that feeling of dread after you've sent an email you know isn't going to go down well at all? With Gmail on Android, you can stop that feeling.
Someone should really not commute on the red rocket if ythey're going to be using some sort of prototype for the Pixel 3 XL. They've been caught. Again.
The graphic on this teaser is a little wrong and there's a little something off when the little trinket doesn't exactly go along with the theme suggested.
Those who were hoping to get an early jump on the official Android P build with the Nokia 7 Plus are a little disappointed, but a follow-up should be soon.
The expected model number of the device has appeared on Samsung's Swedish support databank and it's one bearing an Exynos chipset.
The update allows Samsung Messages to support T-Mobile's new RCS protocol, but it also apparently sent an entire photo gallery unprompted.
This is well past the time for placeholder text, especially if it’s something as ridiculous, but just only barely conceivable for a brand that may have grandiose images of itself.
ASUS has posted a vanity page for the ZenFone 5z, its first device with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. At the top is a starting price of $1,999. Did we mention that this is on the company’s United States site? Okay, what’s going on?
Well, it turns out we have a case of designers failing to update all the assets on the webpage. With all due respect to our colleagues [...]
HTC is assuaging customer concerns about what they're hearing from Amazon, the primary third-party seller of its latest smartphone, the U12+.
There was a testing period of a new notification for those who have just had their Instagram story screenshotted. The test has ended.
It might not have been a Google 'G,' but this "mirrored 'E'" business is official business from Google and it's on a leaked picture of a future phone.
One could even argue why Google thought to bring back a page that has not had its contents updated since 2015. After all, there were more reasons to keep it out of sight than there were to keep it.
If you're searching up details about the rock band from Manchester or a Portuguese travel agency, you may end up finding out more about your recent texts instead.
They are not password-protected and store clients' children's Apple ID passwords in plain text. Those are two big rules crossed.
After months of delay, the LG V30 on T-Mobile finally got its Android Oreo update! And then it doesn't have it anymore. Why? Bugs, bugs, bugs.
People have noticed that parts from the iPhone 6 and other phones were featured in a teaser image for HTC's next big phone. The company says that's exactly the point it wants to make.
There was some teaser text that got placed on the webpage by accident, but it's not exactly the most illuminating marketing.
No reason has been given for the delay and it's not clear what troubles lie for those who have already received the OTA. But it's all news to users.
This company is known for $20 fitness bands that just work. But it looks like another one is coming on the way with a bigger display.