We have heard quite a bit about the Galaxy Note 7 at this point, including the fact that Samsung will be calling it the Note 7 and not the Note 6 to make sure consumers are not confused into thinking that the handset is older than the Galaxy S7.
Last week, OnePlus launched their fourth handset — the OnePlus 3. The company’s latest flagship handset is available without any invites this time around and was even released without any unnecessary over-the-top marketing.
Google wants to develop the best possible experience for its Nexus devices, and offering live help is just one step to do that.
There are a ton of new features coming to Android N for the public when it launches later this year, and it could include redesigned navigation buttons.
The Xiaomi Mi 5 went for sale in India towards the end of March. Since the handset made its debut in the country within a month of going on sale in China, Xiaomi was still struggling to fulfil the demand surrounding the handset in its home country. Due to this, the company only launched the white variant of the Mi 5 in India with 32GB of storage space.
While running late to work, you call an Uber and not only are you juggling packing-up and getting ready, but now you have to deal with calculating surge costs based on your recollection of how much the trip used to cost — seems like an all too familiar situation? Well, Uber has plans to reduce the mathematics that you have to do early in the morning, by replacing surge pricing with fixed pricing.
YouTube — the advertisement riddled, troll filled and copyright infringing application we all love for the free music it brings us. Today, YouTube went a step ahead, and put the power of citizen journalism back into the hands of the citizen.
With Q3 of the year fast approaching, the anticipation and hype regarding the next HTC-built Nexus have slowly started building up. While we do know that HTC is building two new Nexus handsets for Google this year and their codename has already leaked, other specs and information of the devices remain largely unknown.
Xiaomi Mi5S and Mi Note 2 are rumoured to be the first devices to launch with the Snapdragon 821 SoC. Not only this, but the devices share similar specs and features according to the rumours on the interweb.