It’s still early for Galaxy S10 rumors since we are yet to even receive Samsung’s next-gen Galaxy Note for the second half of 2018. However, a report has come in regarding a more than likely change coming with the next Galaxy S flagship.
Google Maps is getting an app update in the US, the one many of us have been waiting for. Not only has the app been redesigned at its core, it has gained major new features. These are the Explore Tab and “For You” sections Google first debuted during its keynote in May.
Google has been rolling out a slew of updates for its apps and services ever since Google I/O happened in May. The latest to receive some treatment is the still rather new Files Go application available on Android.
We’re inching closer toward Samsung’s next flagship smartphone. Expected to be the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung could announce the smartphone earlier than usual in mid-August. We’ve seen a few leaks and heard a few rumors regarding features such as fast wireless charging, and now the device has hit the FCC.
This week, Google is rolling out an app update for Google Earth. The latest version on Android, iOS and Chrome will gain one major feature. “Measuring” has come over to Google Earth. Here’s how it works.
T-Mobile is the latest carrier to announce a parental control service. FamilyMode was introduced this morning and is a brand new service that costs $10 per month on top of your wireless bill. This is pretty much the standard, though this service adds a bit more than most other to justify itself as the best.
AT&T has been in the news a lot and last week the carrier fully unveiled its new Watch TV video streaming service. We heard about the service a few weeks ago in a prior report, but now we have a lot more information regarding what to make of it.
Last week, Samsung announced that its Sunrise Gold variant of this year’s flagship Galaxy S9 phones would come to the US. The colorway has already been available in select markets, but hits stores in the US as of today!