Google today announced that Google Home users in the United States and Canada will soon be able to make free phone calls to their friends and families hands-free.
Earlier this month it was confirmed that Nokia’s and HMD Global’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Nokia 8, would be announced on August 16.
Over the weekend, Xiaomi released the global beta build of MIUI 9 for Redmi Note 4/4X (Snapdragon variant) and Mi 6. Xiaomi had unveiled MIUI 9 at an event in China late last month and released Chinese alpha and beta builds of the ROM soon after.
By now, the events that transpired last year with the Galaxy Note 7 have been etched in the history books, with the phablet facing overheating issues, and, in many cases, catching fire and putting owners at risk.
An analyst report from earlier this week suggested that Google could be paying Apple as much as $3 billion to remain the stock search engine on Safari for iPhone and iPad. Now, news report originating from Korea suggests that Google will reportedly be paying Samsung even higher licensing fees of $3.5 billion.
After months of delay, Andy Rubin’s Essential has finally provided customers who pre-ordered the handset with a confirmed shipped date. The email from Essential says that their pre-ordered Essential Phone is ready and will be shipped out to them within 7 days.
Qualcomm today announced its next-generation Spectra ISP featuring improved biometric authentication and high-resolution depth sensing. The new ISP will allow for smartphones to better perceive depth and is also suited for head mounted displays.
The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 are some of the most highly-anticipated devices of the year, and thanks to the FCC we may have at least a couple details confirmed ahead of the announcement.
If you are among the handful of Google Allo users out there, you’d be happy to know that after months of teasing and being under preparation, Google has finally made Allo for Web live. This means that you will now be able to continue your Allo conversations through your PC.
In just over a week from now, Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note 8 at an event in New York. Among other things, the Galaxy Note 8 will be Samsung’s first device to feature a dual camera setup at its rear.