At Google I/O 2018, Google announced a lot of app updates and revamped Google News in its entirety. The company stated during its opening keynote that the service would be available in 127 countries by the end of this week, and it has delivered on that wild promise. This must have been planned for some time considering all the languages and differences around the world. As a refresher, the app replaces the older Google News application and is available on web, [Read More]
Google I/O 2018 was held last week and shortly afterwards, the search giant released a second developer preview for Wear OS. The first preview of Android P for the wearable platform was outed for developers and manufacturers on April 1, and a whole list of smartwatches that received the Wear OS name following the transition from Android Wear were confirmed to get the update once made available publicly. We don’t know when that will happen, but a more stable preview build [Read More]
We’re still a ways from any Samsung Galaxy S flagship, but an early report has come out to indicate something important about next year’s supposed Galaxy S10. The device and its name are not yet confirmed, though Samsung fans will be happy to hear this.
ZTE Corp, China’s second largest telecom equipment maker, was hit by a ban last month at Washington after the company was found to have violated export restrictions of the US by shipping goods to Iran. Reports have been in the air for a while, but this ban is real and will have implications for the company’s Android business as we know it, both here and abroad.
Google has wrapped up Google I/O 2018 in Mountain View, California, but a handful of new features are just beginning to roll out to many of the search giant’s popular apps and services. As it does every year, the company introduced new features coming to Google Photos on Android, iOS and web.
The OnePlus 6 has been confirmed, teased, leaked, you name it. News regarding this phone does not appear to be slowing down, having already revealed the design and almost every aspect of the upcoming phone. We’re now just one week away from OnePlus’ live event in London where the next flagship killer will be announced to compete against 2018 rivals in the premium mid-range segment. For the remaining technical details about the device, we now have them thanks to one final [Read More]
LG just finished wrapping up its big LG G7 ThinQ launch, and rumors have already begun swirling around a possible LG V Series flagship coming later this year in addittion to a hybrid Wear OS smartwatch that could arrive sooner. LG V35 ThinQ could succeed the LG V30 and newer LG V30S ThinQ bringing with it LG’s rather new ThinQ branding. This is an unconfirmed smartphone from LG and was first reported by Android Headlines by way of leaked LG documentation.
We have been getting news of all kinds on the upcoming OnePlus 5T successor, OnePlus 6, for quite some time. The leaks are not slowing down as we draw closer to the official unveiling live in London slated for May 16. This date could indicate a product release some time in June.