Back in April, Google and Amazon announced they were working together on adding Chromecast support to the Prime Video app and an official YouTube app for Fire TV.
It’s been about two months since Samsung delayed the launch of their Galaxy Fold because of issues with the display.
It won’t be too long before you’ll be able to become a wizard in Niantic’s Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.
Spansive, the company formerly known as Pi has unveiled their first wireless charger called Source.
Asus has announced its latest flagship smartphone, the ZenFone 6 with a “groundbreaking” Flip Camera and notchless display.
Hisense has recently announced their upcoming Android TV-powered ULED TV with the H8 Series and Q9 Series.
OnePlus has officially announced their latest flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 7 Pro.
When it comes to smartphones these days, a big emphasis is being put on the camera. Whether it’s bumping up the megapixel count or being able to take photos basically in the dark, the camera plays a big part in a flagship smartphone.
As part of their I/O 2019 keynote, Google announced that the Android Q Beta would be available to not only the company’s Pixel phones but also third-party OEMs such as Asus.
Google made a couple of announcements at their I/O 2019 keynote including Android Q, improvements to Google Assistant, YouTube and more.