Pebble has nearly two weeks left on its Kickstarter campaign and the company just added two new versions of its Pebble Time Round.
Google is nearing the public release of Android N, which is due out later this summer. The tech giant just took a big step forward with the release of its Android N Developer Preview 4.
Samsung just added Australia to the list of countries supporting Samsung Pay, the Korean tech giant’s wireless payment solution. Compatible devices include the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy S6 Edge, and standard Galaxy S6.
Google is giving Chromecast owners their first movie rental for 75% off. That’s right 75% off!
At Google I/O 2016, Google opened a webpage to the public allowing everyone to vote on what they’d like the next Android OS release to be called. The only requirement is that it began with the letter N, coming after M for Marshmallow and L for Lollipop. According to the Senior Vice President of Android, the winner could very well be Nutella.
T-Mobile is adding to the list of supported programs on its Binge On service. This allows them to be used without conserving data.
The OnePlus 3 is here, and to make your smartphone look a bit like it, you can download the official wallpapers here.
Yesterday, OnePlus unveiled their next flagship smartphone iteration in the OnePlus 3. This may have left you wondering about the OnePlus X’s availability. According to a new report, the OnePlus X will be no more.