We have some good news for owners of US Cellular-specific Galaxy S8 and S8+ variants, but the Android 8.0 Oreo rollout has unfortunately been halted for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in the UK.
It didn't take long for the Oculus Rift to recover from a critical Runtime Service error, but the embarrassment of forgetting to renew a security certificate remains.
A number of German Galaxy S8 and S8+ owners are happy to report they're receiving patched Android 8.0 Oreo updates over-the-air, which means the rest of the world should follow before long.
A "limited number" of unexpected Galaxy S8 and S8+ reboots after the official Oreo update made Samsung stop the rollout to "investigate the issue internally."
iOS 12 can't come soon enough, as the already bug-ridden iOS 11 exhibits weird and glitchy behavior again if your iPhone receives a message with a specific Indian symbol.
Apple is finally looking into complaints from a relatively small number of iPhone X users unable to see who is calling them when they should.
A newly discovered iPhone vulnerability dubbed chaiOS allows anyone to mess with your Messages app by simply texting you a harmless-looking link.
No more Android Oreo for two seemingly unrelated and unconnected smartphones, as mysterious bugs have temporarily stopped HTC 10 and Xiaomi Mi A1 rollouts.
If you've resisted the temptation of doing a BLU Life One X2 factory reset to bypass a recent password request, there's now a way to gain back access.
If you don't set a root password for your computer running macOS High Sierra right now, you risk someone else breaking in without one.
There's no shortage of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL bugs and issues, but before long, you should have one less problem constantly nagging you.
There's a nasty messaging bug running rampant on 2016 Google Pixel devices, and it may have something to do with Android 8.0 Oreo.
It was never Sprint's intention to shove bloatware down the throats of BlackBerry KEYone users, and a fix for this vicious bug is in the works.