Google has pushed an update to its Movies and TV app for Android TV. With it comes simple playback controls, captions and a new tile design.
Samsung’s Charm is a rather simple wearable that comes in a variety of colors. The watch has no face, so you can’t see the time. It operates when paired to select Samsung devices. In a brief video tutorial, Samsung shows us “how to get started.”
Unicode version 9.0 is now official! Coming with it are 7,500 new characters and 72 new emoji. Some of them include foods, people expressions, animals, sports, and medals.
A new report suggests that music-streaming service, Spotify, has hit 100 million active users. 30 million of these active users are currently paying for the service.
Nextbit took it to Twitter to announce a permanent price cut for its Robin smartphone that’ll go into effect across all major retailers. The good-looking smartphone now costs just $299 off-contract.
Google seems to have partnered up with Starbucks for a limited time offer. If you live in the UK, using Android Pay at your local Starbucks for a Frappuccino will earn you an additional Frappuccino free of charge. That’s right, get two for the price of one!
There isn’t much not to like about Google’s Nexus 5X. It runs stock Android, gets Android updates first, features modest specs, and comes with an affordable price tag. And right now, you can get it for even less on EBay!
Droid Turf’s ‘Overview Series’ has begun. This is our very first Droid Turf Weekly Recap. The Droid Turf Weekly Recap includes all the major headlines in the Android Ecosystem over the recent week.