Do Not Disturb is like silent mode on steroids. It can silence your phone quickly or automatically, but also allow certain people and apps to break through.
Samsung has officially listed the Galaxy C7 Pro on the Samsung China website and features many of the same specs as its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy C7.
The latest beta version of the Google application suggests that the company is planning to integrate the ability to make payments using Google Assistant on your various devices.
LeEco has announced that you can now purchase its latest smartphones and smart TV’s from Amazon’s storefront, with the TV’s being discounted by $100 for a limited time.
We all get that uncomfortable feeling when someone else is using your phone. Something embarrassing or confidential is just a few errant swipes away. We’ve created three new guides to help you lock down personal photos, messages, and apps.
Samsung’s S Health has been refined into a great health platform over the years, and that refinement could take an interesting turn soon.
The patent case between Apple and Samsung has been reopened by the US Court of Appeals and will determine whether Samsung still has to pay the $399 million in damages.
HTC’s VP of Product Management has confirmed that the HTC One A9 will be receiving an update to Android Nougat starting tonight.
A new variant of the Huawei Mate 9 has appeared via multiple online storefronts and includes 6GB of RAM along with 128GB of storage, but costs an extra $300.
LG is ticking all the boxes to make sure their phones don’t pose a safety hazard to anyone, because they can ill afford to make any mistakes.
For Samsung, they’ve been trying to get lighter and thinner, and they’ve done so with remarkable engineering tact over their last few launches. The trend looks poised to continue with the Galaxy S8.
The Huawei Mate 8 is the latest superphone from the Chinese manufacturer. On paper, the Mate 8 is actually better than the Nexus 6P in almost every category. Some would assume that automatically makes the Mate 8 the new king of Android. It’s not that easy.
Today is the day that the NVIDIA SHIELD progresses to its next evolution.
HTC had to halt the HTC 10’s Nougat rollout shortly after it began due to some unforeseen stability issues that cropped up, but it shouldn’t be much longer of a wait to keep it rolling.
They originally thought the fault was in the battery, but using different caused the second recall. The results were originally planned to be revealed on the 23rd, but a Korean outlet is already reporting on the findings.
We weren’t and still aren’t sure whether the Pixel’s audio issues are 100% due to hardware, but it might be time to get it exchanged anyway.
EarlyBird – News for Android brings you ALL of the Android news you crave and lets users decide what matters. Here are the 10 Top Android for the week of January 15th.
Samsung Display’s new video showcases just how thin bezels can be with its new AMOLED panels. Is this the display that will appear in the Galaxy S8?
Every week, hundreds of Android apps and games are submitted to the Play Store. If you’re not paying attention 24/7, it’s easy to miss some of the best stuff.
The Moto Z and Moto Z Force already have their Nougat updates, but what about the younger brother known as the Moto Z Play? Koodo Mobile, of all companies, has given us a hint.
If you’re an Android newbie, we’re sure you’ve already figured out how to move around and set up icons on your homescreen to your liking. That’s the easy part. In this Android 101, we wanted to educate you on one of Android’s most underused features: shortcuts.
If you want to be able to use any app you want in split-screen on Nougat, you’ll be happy to learn there’s a very easy way to do that. All you’ll need is an Android 7.0 Nougat device, the ability to toggle a setting, and a quick phone reboot
Several retailers have listed the Huawei Watch Elegant and Jewel models as out of stock and discontinued, but a Huawei representative says they’re merely restocking after a busy holiday season.
With how slow the Android Wear launches at the tail end of 2016 got, we wouldn’t blame you for thinking some of the perennial contenders were going to sit the new year out. Well, LG might be looking to keep their train going, at least.