The Galaxy Note 7 is a device that has lived in infamy for the last few months, a product that had all the promise of success but was plagued with claims of explosions and faulty batteries. Samsung recalled the Galaxy Note 7 not once but twice, and decided after the second recall to pull the phone from the market altogether.
Anxious to find out whether smartwatches are in indeed the “next big thing,” Samsung has begun to mix things up when it comes to the wearable space. Last week at the Baselworld conference, the South Korean tech giant had loads to share including new Gear S3 smartwatch models in addition to concept pocket watches and a new value pack.
Free apps make up a very large portion of downloads on Google’s Play Store, which just recently celebrated its fifth birthday. This week, Google has announced the addition of a new section on its Play Store, ‘Free App of the Week’. Starting this week, Android users will be able to download one paid app per week, but free of charge.
Samsung is busy preparing the next Galaxy S flagship and for early 2017, this will be the Samsung Galaxy S8. The company is set to announce the device on Wednesday, March 29 at a privately-held Unpacked event in New York City. This will be the official follow up to the 2016 Samsung Galaxy S7 and disastrous Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Here’s what to expect.
Google has taken an interesting approach towards messaging services on Android and web. The tech giant has several messaging apps, one of which is Allo, its consumer friendly messaging app without SMS. Upon its arrival last year, Google decided to shift its focuses on Hangouts to benefit enterprise usage. Just a few weeks back, we heard that Hangouts was splitting into two separate apps, Hangouts Meet and Hangouts Chat, in order to help businesses and employees communicate better remotely. Now we have [Read More]
Scam ID is a new technology that T-mobile customers will soon be able to use. The program was created to detect spam calls before one bothers to pick up their T-Mobile cell line.
Our guess is that most of you have a smartphone if you’re reading this. Being smartphone owners ourselves, we’re always interested in knowing when a smartphone gets updated. Wouldn’t it be convenient to have this all in one place? That’s why we created our ‘Droid Updates’ Weekly Series.
Samsung will announce two new flagship smartphones following a disaster of the Galaxy Note 7. The event as first confirmed at MWC 2017 back in February, will take place at a private event in NYC at 11:00AM EST on March 29th. This is very atypical of the South Korea giant, who normally announces its flagship Galaxy S models in Barcelona during MWC. It’s a bit late this year, but for a good reason, to protect and ensure that all safety protocols [Read More]