Google is taking YouTube TV will all seriousness, and you should too. The service gets better every week with an enlarged selection of today’s most popular television providers all for just $35 a month.
Google has confirmed an event to take place on October 4. Can you guess what it’s for?
Sprint stores are receiving their first supplies of the Essential PH-1 today. As America’s fourth largest carrier, Sprint has an exclusive with the Essential PH-1, meaning that customers who want to see/buy the device at a carrier will have to drop by a Sprint retail outlet.
A few weeks ago, a mysterious HTC manufactured device passed through the American FCC. Sources eventually matched its model number to last year’s Google Pixel phone. This was believed to be the smaller of two expected Pixels for this year, the one code-named ‘Walleye.’ Late yesterday evening, an LG-made device made an appearance at the FCC, a phone that sources strongly believe is the larger Google Pixel 2 XL code-named ‘Taimen.’
The OnePlus 5 is on the market competing against some of today’s best Android-powered smartphones, but it seems as though the Chinese Android OEM isn’t done with releasing new devices just yet.
Xiaomi has officially announced the flagship-grade Mi Mix 2, to be available in China and India. The announcement was made in China just this week; here’s everything to know.
A few days ago, an image leaked from a famous leaker proposing the idea of an Android One Moto X4 from Lenovo. In what could be Google’s latest push toward making Android One a success, HTC may also release an Android One flavored smartphone.
Google has let us know the latest distribution numbers for its mobile operating system, Android. The statistics we’re about to rundown reflect the platform’s results as of September 12, 2017.