SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 13 — Google is working on an overhaul of its Android mobile software for a new generation of smartphones mimicking Apple Inc’s controversial new “notch” at the top of the iPhone X, according to people familiar with the...
The next Android dessert will be “sweeter”. We’re not sure what will be served but we’ve been saying it could be Pocky. It could also be Peppermint, Pineapple, Peanut Butter, Pancake, Popsicle, or Pecan Pie. The list can go on and on so we’ll stop now. Let’s call it simply as Android P and start
Over the past few months, security experts have observed a steady rise in cryptojacking attacks, malware-based miners and browser-based cryptominers.
A71 (3 GB) is equipped with OPPO-specific "AI Beauty" function, which captures more than 200 facial features and makes face recognition more accurate.
Intex launches Aqua Lions T1 Lite with 1 GB RAM and Android 7.0 Nougat for Rs 3,899 in the Indian market
Intex Aqua Lions T1 Lite also supports Intex value-added services like LFTY (single-swipe access), DataBack and Prime Video.
A new Sony smartphone has leaked through an HTML benchmark test. The device carries Xperia XZ2 moniker, runs Android 8.1 Oreo, and the 'screen size' section in the benchmark suggests the phone will feature an aspect ratio of 18:9.
Smartphone users are just as vulnerable to cryptocurrency mining hijacks as their PC counterparts, and sometimes on a dramatic scale. Malwarebytes has detailed a "drive-by" mining campaign that redirected millions of Android users to a website that...
If you recall a few days ago, someone in Vietnam accidentally received an Android Oreo update to their Galaxy S7 edge, complete with the same Samsung Experience 9.0 that is already rolling out to the Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Intex Aqua Lions T1 Lite with 4G VoLTE, Android Nougat launched at Rs 4,449; but is it better than Redmi 5A?
The entry-level handset comes with support for 21 regional languages and Intex Value Added Services as its biggest highlights.
Next to Google Keep, Google Calendar is perhaps one of Google’s oddest service and app. A very useful utility that has connections to almost all other Google services, you’d expect it to be often updated or at least well-maintained. Fact, however, is stranger than fiction and Google Calendar isn’t exactly the tech giant’s most loved product. In fact, its Android … Continue reading
The next Google update should bring swipe navigation to Android