LG hinted an upcoming successor to the V10 when it announced their quarterly earnings, however, we didn’t expect the company to launch it this soon. There’s not much we know about the handset, only that it will be available this September and be the first non-Nexus to run Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat.
Google’s new ‘direct reply’ feature received a major improvement on Messenger with the release of the Android N Developer Preview 4. The feature now shows a mini conversation within the notification bar, rather than just a simple pop-up card.
AT&T is bringing Wi-Fi calling to select Android devices. The service allows users to make and receive calls as well as texts over Wi-Fi.
Facebook sent out a big update to its ‘Messenger’ application yesterday. The most significant addition of the update being SMS support.
Tuesday was World Emoji Day. It was a day to remember the coming of the emoji faces and symbols we’ve become so accustomed to over the years throughout various communications apps. How the holiday came about, we don’t know, but companies including Google actually celebrated the emoji holiday.
As promised, T-Mobile is improving when it comes to RCS messaging. With a merge between it and Sprint set to happen, T-Mobile will join Sprint (literally) in providing support for RCS, thanks to Google Jibe.
Google I/O is Google’s annual developer conference, an event where the search giant we know all too well showcases some of its latest and most influential projects. We learn about the last twelve months and we learn about what is to come over the next twelve months. Like in year’s past, we’re expecting nothing less than big software announcements for Google I/O 2018. The three-day festival in Mountain View, California just outside San Francisco will begin Tuesday, May 8 and [Read More]