If you’re an LG G4 owner, you’ve no doubt come across your fair share of issues with the device. We’re not saying the phone is bad, because it’s not. It’s our daily driver. But there are weird little issues like the touch screen missing the occasional tap or other general weirdness. Well, LG G4 owners...
WiFi calling on AT&T is finally here. AT&T has officially turned the service on just three days after the FCC gave its consent on October 6. AT&T’s WiFi calling should be pretty similar to T-Mobile and Sprint’s WiFi calling services, allowing users to make and receive phone calls over WiFi networks even if AT&T’s network [...]
With all the major carriers now having played their new product hand, Samsung is the only major player glaringly absent, save for one sole budget exclusive.
Google Play is currently offering a selection of popular games titles for just $0.10, including including Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Dead Space.
As of right now, Google Play is hosting a $0.10 sale, allowing you to pick up a few fun gaming titles at a very discounted price. Right now, it appears you can pick up Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Dead Space, Monopoly, and about ten other titles. While I don’t think any of these titles […] Google Play Hosting a $0.10 Sale Right Now is a post from: Droid Life
The Indian launch of the Moto X Style has been confirmed and pre-orders will open on Wednesday 14th October through FlipKart.
Google has been putting serious investment into building out its artificial intelligence, deep learning and robotics capabilities, and this week the company made its latest move to tap into some of the more cutting edge work going on in the field, specifically in Europe. Show More Summary
Even the most careful developer will make the occasional mistake, and when it comes to security, mistakes can be disastrous. One of our goals is to make it easier for you to develop secure web applications and to find and fix issuesShow More Summary
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the [...]
You did it. You are the proud new owner of a Moto X Pure Edition. It’s easily one of the best Android handsets we’ve ever laid our hands on, so you’ve done quite well for yourself. Whether you’re upgrading an ancient Android device, transitioning from another manufacturer, or even coming from a “dreaded” iPhone, we...
Meizu’s flagship smartphone was supposed to hit the market next week, but today the Chinese company announced that the Pro 5 won’t be released until November.
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk more about Russia's war on Google apps, a new Humble Bundle, and two new Adobe apps!
At the Code/Mobile conference this week, Google's Amit Singhal announced that Google has now indexed over 100 billion pages within apps.
Another week in the books here at DL, filled with Marshmallow goodies for Nexus owners, and a bit of sad news for select Verizon customers. On Monday, Marshmallow was made available on Google’s servers for most current Nexus devices, with OTAs rolling out slowly over the course of this week. Show More Summary
Are Google's latest media streaming devices still compelling choices? We find out, in this Chromecast 2015 and Chromecast Audio review!
Adobe’s on-the-go photo editing app Lightroom mobile requires a $9.99 a month Creative Cloud account to use on Android at the moment, but that's soon to change.
For those in need, Verizon announced five new prepaid data plans today, simplifying its existing plan lineup. The plans range for those in need of a small amount of data while taking a short business trip, to a mobile hacker who needs...Show More Summary
Verizon is now revamping its data plans for mobile hotspot and tablet users, including week-only lengths, or bigger packages that include data that is good for two weeks.
A new OnePlus handset has hit the FCC, and while the official name isn't known, a new post from OnePlus' CEO teases that the phone may be called the OnePlus X.
LastPass users may be worried about a potential price hike, but folks on the Netflix train have to actually deal with one in the here and now. Netflix has announced that they'll be raising the price of their most popular plan by $1.