T-Mobile made an unexpected announcement on December 13, revealing its plans to launch a TV service in 2018. To help out with the technology, T-Mobile also announced that it has acquired Layer3 TV for an unknown sum of money.
Last week, mobile chip manufacturer Qualcomm unveiled their latest and greatest processor that is set to power up next year’s Android flagship phones: the Snapdragon 845. Now, we have more information on its specifics.
Instagram took things to its blog this week to announce a new update for Android and iOS. According to the company, users will now be able to follow hashtags just as they do other users.
Twitter is rolling out another update today, right on the heels of raising the service’s character barrier. With it, Twitter is making threads easier to compose.
Google presented augmented reality (AR) stickers back on October 4 during the company’s Made By Google 2017 event. They have now been released and are available on the Pixel and Pixel 2 models given that you have a few things.
Huawei’s CEO has confirmed to a source that two of the company’s year-old Honor devices will indeed be updated to Google’s Oreo software. We’re talking about the Honor 8 and Honor 8 Pro.
Essential founder and grandfather of Android, Andy Rubin, took a personal leave from his own company beginning in November. Now, Rubin is back at the office, inside two weeks after his absence was reported.
Google’s video-sharing website and service, YouTube, is believed to be preparing a new music-streaming service set for release in March.