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Hands-on with the Nokia 8

by Adam Sinicki 2 days ago0 comments

Android Instant Apps: what do they mean for users and developers?

by Adam Sinicki 21 hours ago8 comments

How does the Nokia 8 stack up against the competition?

by Williams Pelegrin 1 day ago0 comments

Is Samsung Internet your new web browser?

by Adam Doud 2 days ago0 comments
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Instagram rolls out new ways to reply to posts with photos and videos

The replies will also automatically include a sticker of the content you're responding to.
by Team AA42 minutes ago17

New Google app starts rolling out to Android users — some aren’t happy

Google has updated its Android app and Google Now cards, introducing some small, but significant changes — not all of which are going down well with fans.
by Scott Adam Gordon2 hours ago

Asus says it’s cutting the bloat and boosting the speed with ZenUI 4.0

Asus promises that ZenUI 4.0 is the company's lightest Android skin yet, with variable performance gains on a per-app basis.
by Williams Pelegrin10 hours ago

Gboard’s latest beta throws in stickers, Bitmoji, and some tweaks here and there

Keep in mind that you can only use the stickers and Bitmoji with apps and text fields that play nice with Gboard's GIFs and images.
by Williams Pelegrin11 hours ago

Android Instant Apps now work on over 500 million devices

Google officially launched Android Instant Apps earlier in 2017, which lets smartphone owners use apps without actually downloading them.
by John Callaham13 hours ago
 
 

It looks like the BlackBerry KEYone’s display issues have been solved

BlackBerry's updated KEYone units with better display adhesive seem to be holding up quite well.
by Team AA14 hours ago

YouTube TV will soon be available in 46 markets in the US

YouTube TV is currently available in 29 markets, covering 50 percent of US households, and it will soon add 17 more markets.
by Brian Reigh15 hours ago

Waze adds ability to request roadside help to fellow Waze users

The latest Waze update brings a nifty new feature: you can now request roadside help to fellow Waze users in case of emergency.
by Brian Reigh15 hours ago

Don’t check your bank account at Starbucks until you read this

Keyloggers are becoming the go-to tool for malicious parties preying on public wifi users, but its relatively easy to protect yourself.
by AA Picks16 hours ago

Thanks to ZTE’s carefully-planned US strategy, it could soon overtake LG

ZTE’s smartphone shipments increased by 36 percent this past quarter, and if its growth continues, it might soon overtake LG in the US market.
by Brian Reigh17 hours ago
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