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Samsung's next-gen Galaxy Note device will come with three different aperture options for the camera that you can switch between instantly.
Huawei sold a healthy 100 million smartphones in the first five months of 2019, by which time the U.S. blacklisting had taken effect.
Huawei has three new mid-range phones part of the Nova line, but the company continues to keep quiet on the Android ban.
Google has confirmed a new report claiming that it will not follow up its lackluster Pixel Slate. Google has exited the tablet market.
An interesting Microsoft post on Medium discusses the firm creates and publishes apps for the Android mobile platform.
Despite its U.S. blacklisting, Huawei this week committed to delivering both security updates and Android system updates to its handsets.
Castbox announced today that it now integrates with Waze so that users listen to their favorite podcasts while navigating.
By regularly engaging with its customers and fans, OnePlus is creating a real community and not just paying lip service to the term.
After weeks of bold talk, Huawei has finally admitted that the U.S. blacklisting of the firm will have a material impact on its revenues.
Huawei's incredible $2600 Mate X foldable device's release has been moved to September after Samsung's Galaxy Fold debacle.
Android Q Beta 4 arrived earlier this month and after a bit of uncertainty about which device to use, I’ve finally installed it on my Pixel 3a XL.
In response to the first accurate leaks about the next Pixel handsets, Google provided a clearer view of the future. For some reason.
Samsung is bringing its mid-range phones to the United States, starting with the $349.99 A50.
Google announced today that the future versions of Android Studio and its Android emulators will only support 64-bit OSes.
A new report provides our best look yet at Huawei’s plans to circumvent Android and replace it with its own in-house operating system.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is now available in a new limited-edition Almond color for $699. This configuration includes 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage.
Huawei would have surpassed Samsung to become the number one smartphone maker in the world this year. Then the U.S. happened.
Samsung says it will announce the Galaxy Fold release date in the coming weeks.
Google announced this morning that it is making the Google Assistant available in Waze, its other navigation app.
OnePlus has issued a new software update that fixes a widely-reported “phantom touch” issue with the OnePlus 7 Pro.
Facebook just blocked Huawei from pre-installing WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook on its phones, meaning future devices won't have no way of getting Facebook apps.
Google Maps is adding the ability to view your car's speed through a new speedometer.
In a bid to demonstrate its ability to rollout software updates, Huawei this week cited its success in bringing EMUI 9 to its older handsets.
Google's Android Q inches closer to the public released with finalised APIs in beta 4.
Microsoft is adding the ability to share your screen during video calls on iPhones and Android devices with Skype.
Oppo reveals its new under-display camera technology to completely get rid of the notch.