We're not forgetting the Google Nexus line. In fact, we're anticipating this year's Nexus phones because they will be the first to run Android N. That we're sure because the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X were powered by Android 6.0
The battle of the mobile payment gateways is about to become even more interesting. While you already have Android Pay, Apple Pay, and Samsung Pay duking it out in the market, the upcoming LG Pay will supposedly have what these
It’s been a while since we’ve had a new Samsung fitness band, so the supposed arrival of the Gear Fit 2 next month has gotten some interest, particularly since it will reportedly be the first fitness tracker from the OEM that
The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are already out and their cousins the S7 edge+ and S6 Note may be arriving soon but that doesn't mean the tech giant has completely forgotten about the older models. In fact, several tablets and
Light/Dark theme or Day/Night mode--however you want to call it, the feature will be found in some apps. The system-level dark more has been removed from the Android N Developer Preview 3 but apps like Twitter still allows such.
Xiaomi continues to build on its great year so far, launching the Xiaomi Mi 5 flagship smartphone which has performed rather well, then just recently revealing the very handsome Mi Box Android TV set-top box. But the Chinese
Will the next-gen RAZR being teased be part of the new Moto Z line? We're just speculating here because Motorola has reportedly filed for a trademark for the name "MOTO Z". It's a new series and we're trying to make sense of this
Motorola may already be free from the claws of the Project Ara but the Lenovo-owned company is believed to be working on a new mobile technology. Motorola is about to "redefine the mobile phone" according to hellomotoHK. We have
Car makers have started incorporating smartphone technologies, or even smartphone platforms themselves, into their latest car models. But just because your wheels date back 2013 or earlier doesn't mean it can't join the party.
Companies would love customers to keep using their products, especially if prolonged usage actually translates to more profits, like spending more time on a website or watching a video. Pebble, ever the contrarian, is going off