LG has released its second quarter results, and the overall picture shows a 4% gain compared with this time last year. However, the mobile division remains disappointing, showing a similar loss compared with the second quarter in 2016.
Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, disclosed a bit of information in Alphabet’s latest earnings call other than company profits. According to Pichai’s words, there will be 11 compatible Daydream VR Android phones available on the market by the end of this year.
YouTube’s Lyor Cohen confirmed this morning that Play Music will soon merge with Google’s YouTube Red service. No exact date has been specified as to when this will go down, but some information was detailed.
A few days ago we reported that several devices, including the OnePlus 5, were seemingly unable to call 911. When the user placed a call, the device restarted rather than calling emergency services.
Some time in the not so distant future, Google is expected to hold an event to unveil new Pixel hardware. Early this morning, a second render video surfaced online starring ‘walleye‘ and ‘taimen‘ aka LG’s Pixel 2 and HTC’s Pixel XL 2.
During the month of June, Google introduced us to the third Android O Developer Preview, inching one step closer towards a public roll out. According to Google’s timeline, the last preview build would become available in late July, and as scheduled, we now have it, the fourth and final Android O Developer Preview. The software is nearly ready for the prime time, said to roll out in August or early September. It’ll be around that time Google will hold a hardware [Read More]
The HTC U 11 is the Taiwanese company’s best-selling flagship for a number of years. For the American market, it’s been available with 64GB of internal storage since it first went on sale, but now HTC is selling a 128GB storage model.
Two carriers in the United States are actively running a big promotion for those who pre-order Moto Z2 Force. Unlike Verizon who is offering a discount and free Instashare projector mod between now and the point of release, T-Mobile and Sprint have put their own spin on things.