Huawei P10 memory chip speeds worryingly inconsistent between eMMC 5.1 and UFS 2.1
Critics across social media are inferring from benchmarks and other evidence that Huawei is using different grades of RAM and flash storage chips.
OK Google Answering Machine
Google Now just got answering machine-like functionality – here’s how to use it
Keep your hands on the wheel! Thanks to the new Google Now Answering Machine feature, your Android can read your texts to you – and let you reply, too!
Bluetooth 4.1
The future of Bluetooth: what to expect and why you should care
Connected devices and the Internet of Things are the future of Bluetooth. Here’s how all that will apply to you.
Android Google Chrome Exploit
Android Google Chrome exploit: what to do about it
There’s an Android Google Chrome Exploit out there, here’s what you need to know about it.
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The next version of Qualcomm’s charging standard – Quick Charge 3.0 – has been announced. Here’s what you need to know about it.
focus app
Move over Google Photos, Focus lets you dive deeper
Google killed Gallery for its new cloud-backed Photos app and a lot of people hate it. To fill the gap respected developer Francisco Franco released Focus.
galaxy note 5
Who will benefit from the vacuum the Note 5 left in the “hardcore” phone market?
Now that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has messed with the perfect phablet recipe, who will step up, and how long will we have to wait?
Some Galaxy Note 5 units have microSD expansion (FALSE)
Update: After updated coverage from ePrice, we are now able to dispel…
Despite its shortcomings, the Galaxy Note 5 is still a power user’s phone
Removable storage and removable batteries have long been the calling card of the power user. If the Note 5 rumors are true, Samsung may be taking them away.
How the Galaxy Note lost its place as Samsung’s “hardcore” flagship
Remember when the first Galaxy Note was announced to the world? Samsung took…
android malware
Malware on Android isn’t a problem, and it never was
According to the latest report, Android malware isn’t a problem – and it never has been either.
root Nexus 6
What is build.prop and my 5 favorite tweaks
Android’s build.prop file is a treasure trove of settings that may help your device run more to your liking. Here are my favorite build.prop tweaks.
Pocketnow Power User
Is SMS still relevant? (video)
We have so many ways to communicate with each other today, many with voice, video, and attachments, we have to wonder: is SMS still relevant?
Swiss Army Knife (cc) Quality & Style http://www.flickr.com/photos/qualityandstyle/4567136254/sizes/o/
A new BusyBox is on the horizon, here’s why you should be excited
What is BusyBox, and what do we know about a new BusyBox that may be replacing the old one? I’m glad you asked! Read on to find out.