Google's second-generation Android Wear platform arrived earlier this year with the LG Watch Style and Watch Sport, but since then, many changes have been made. Not only Android Wear devices are no longer available from Google Store, but the company has now announced that
Android One version of Moto X4 was expected to hit the shelves sometime this week in the United States. Unfortunately, those who pre-ordered the device through Google/Project Fi have been receiving emails saying that their phone won't arrive at time.
ZTE has announced the launch of its new smartphone called ZTE Blade Force in the US. Priced at $130 (approximately Rs. 8,500), the device can be purchased exclusively via Boost Mobile. As suggested by the price tag, the ZTE
We love a great RPG, but those are really hard to find on the mobile platform. So you are not alone in hoping that there’s a good RPG that you might get into – we’re hoping that as well. Might this new game – called “Lionheart: Dark Moon” – be it? One would certainly hope
Last month, Motorola announced its first Android One smartphone, Moto X4. The mid-range smartphone also became the first non-Nexus or Pixel device to officially work on Project Fi. Already available...
Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) comes in black and gold colour options and will be available for purchase in all major cities of India for less than Rs. 18,000.
As the days pass by, the environment changes and the crime levels are rising, where your children could be victims of crime. In this case, you can track your child or whomsoever with the apps available online. Have you given them
Over-the-air updates don't need to happen as often nowadays as new features can be implemented simply through Android Wear app updates on the phone.
Today Wells Fargo announced that over 5,000 of the company's 13,000 ATMs support NFC for card-free access. Wells Fargo customers can now initiate an ATM transaction with little more than their phone and PIN, no card required. This is in addition to the one-time access code ATM system deployed earlier this year.
A new feature in the Google app, which allows users to quickly access saved Chrome Custom Tabs now appears to be rolling out more widely to Android device owners, following sightings of the feature being tested late in September. For those who haven’t been following this, the new feature works similarly to the bookmarks found