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Android Dev Summit 2019 registration now open

The Android division often holds special tech events. The last one that made us busy was the Google I/O Conference back in May. The next big one will happen in October when the next-gen Pixel 4 series
How Microsoft can fix its Windows 10 Updates mess

How Microsoft can fix its Windows 10 Updates mess

Microsoft was mighty proud of its shift to a “Windows as a Service” strategy almost four years ago. It definitely has reason to boast, considering its history of painfully slow updates that came via
How Microsoft can fix its Windows 10 Updates mess

How Microsoft can fix its Windows 10 Updates mess

Microsoft was mighty proud of its shift to a “Windows as a Service” strategy almost four years ago. It definitely has reason to boast, considering its history of painfully slow updates that came via
HTC Wildfire revival will start with four budget phones

HTC Wildfire revival will start with four budget phones

HTC might soon be doing a BlackBerry though the exact details of how that will happen are still unknown. In Russia, at least, the phone maker will reportedly be re-launching its old Wildfire series of
HTC Wildfire revival will start with four budget phones

HTC Wildfire revival will start with four budget phones

HTC might soon be doing a BlackBerry though the exact details of how that will happen are still unknown. In Russia, at least, the phone maker will reportedly be re-launching its old Wildfire series of

Amazfit GTR Smartwatch debuts in two sizes

Amazfit first introduced the Stratos multi-sport GPS smartwatch last year. It came with advanced sports tracking and was then followed by a new model plus health and fitness trackers. Amazfit Verge
Google bans TouchPal keyboard dev CooTek from Play Store, ad platform

Google bans TouchPal keyboard dev CooTek from Play Store, ad platform

It’s not rare to hear about malware that gets past Google Play Store’s defenses or even some that masquerade as legitimate apps. But when malware gets embedded inside those legit apps in an official
Google bans TouchPal keyboard dev CooTek from Play Store, ad platform

Google bans TouchPal keyboard dev CooTek from Play Store, ad platform

It’s not rare to hear about malware that gets past Google Play Store’s defenses or even some that masquerade as legitimate apps. But when malware gets embedded inside those legit apps in an official

ASUS ROG Phone will run up to 12GB of RAM on the latest SD 855+

The ASUS ROG Phone 2 is due anytime soon. Last month, we said the phone will offer a 120Hz display experience. The new gaming phone will also use the latest Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset. The follow-up

Google Assistant gets Ambient Mode in beta version

One of the things we’re looking forward to with an upcoming Google App update is something called Ambient Mode in Google Assistant which we’ve seen in strings. But now with the release of the beta

LG Pay now availabe for newer LG smartphones

It may be a bit late to the mobile payment platform but LG is finally launching their very own app to enable users to leave their wallets at home. LG Pay is now available in the Korean OEM’s newest

Galaxy Note 10 will be powered by new Exynos, same Snapdragon SoC

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will arrive with the Note 10+ in a few weeks. It’s the first time the South Korean tech giant is launching two Galaxy Note models at once. Maybe next year there will be

LG V30 Android Pie beta update leaked

It looks like LG is getting ready to release Android 9.0 Pie updates for several of its older devices as another beta version has been leaked. We previously told you about the one for the LG G6 and
Elon Musk’s Neuralink will put tiny threads in brains to control devices

Elon Musk’s Neuralink will put tiny threads in brains to control devices

Before he became infamous for his Tweets, Elon Musk was famous for being the closest we could get to a real-world crazy genius. On more than one occasion, however, he has proven naysayers wrong and
Elon Musk’s Neuralink will put tiny threads in brains to control devices

Elon Musk’s Neuralink will put tiny threads in brains to control devices

Before he became infamous for his Tweets, Elon Musk was famous for being the closest we could get to a real-world crazy genius. On more than one occasion, however, he has proven naysayers wrong and
Apple removes Zoom-based software from Macs via a silent update

Apple removes Zoom-based software from Macs via a silent update

Apple is known for running a tight ship on iOS but things aren’t that clear-cut on macOS. While the company does scrutinize the apps that go through its App Store, it has less control over those that
Apple removes Zoom-based software from Macs via a silent update

Apple removes Zoom-based software from Macs via a silent update

Apple is known for running a tight ship on iOS but things aren’t that clear-cut on macOS. While the company does scrutinize the apps that go through its App Store, it has less control over those that
Joy-con drift complaints are growing in number and noise

Joy-con drift complaints are growing in number and noise

Mechanical parts eventually degrade through wear and tear, especially when such parts are exposed to extensive use. But when that happens just four months after buying a relatively expensive
Joy-con drift complaints are growing in number and noise

Joy-con drift complaints are growing in number and noise

Mechanical parts eventually degrade through wear and tear, especially when such parts are exposed to extensive use. But when that happens just four months after buying a relatively expensive
LG Pay launches in the US only on the G8 ThinQ

LG Pay launches in the US only on the G8 ThinQ

The hype around mobile payments has died down but the industry has more or less settled around a few key players like Apple Pay and Google Pay. Some OEMs like Samsung have also tried to jump on the