Samsung, Google Nexus, Sony, Motorola, HTC, OnePlus, Huawei, Xiaomi, and LG smartphones that are expected to get the Android Nougat update.
Android Prototyping for Designers - Shapes and Click Event
Android 7.0 Nougat update status for Motorola Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus: Is Google's new OS available now?
Monitor your Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus frequently for the Android Nougat OS update.
OnePlus to bring OnePlus 3T smartphone into the tech market.
After more than a year, Samsung releases Android Marshmallow update to the Galaxy S5 mini in Russia.
Looks like Niantic Labs has something big in store for “Pokémon GO” players who decided to stick with the game despite reports that many have quit from religiously catching Pokémon and using the famous mobile app. A new report claims that for Halloween, there is going to be a big event that Trainers should watch out for.
It’s official! Skype is going to be available only on Windows-running handsets that received the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Hence, Windows phones that did not receive this update or are incapable of upgrading to the latest OS version will not be able to use Skype from now on.
Android 7.1(.1) feature spotlight: System UI Tuner's Overview swipe-up split-screen gesture has disappeared
Split-screen multitasking on Nougat is great - I use it quite a lot when taking notes on my Nexus 6P in lectures or other talks that I may want to revisit later. However, one of the original multi-window features introduced back in the first N developer preview has disappeared in the 7.1.1 Beta; the swipe up split-screen gesture, found in System UI Tuner.
Trying to keep your family safe online? Find out which parental control apps are great, and which ones you should avoid, for your kids' Android phones.
This week we are taking a look at Remix IO, an Android device that promises to function as three - a gaming console, a PC and a smart TV.
Permission-less apps take only seconds to root phones from LG, Samsung and Motorola.
Researchers prove that a clever physical hack can compromise smartphones, too. The post Elegant Physics (and Some Down and Dirty Linux Tricks) Threaten Android Phones appeared first on WIRED.