Vivo has confirmed about the impending rollout, which will take some time to come.
Google has released Android P and it's the most complete version of Android yet. But what starts to impress is Pie's first uses of machine learning and AI
Android isn't the safest mobile OS and hasn't been for years. But many enjoy it because of its flexibility. A new study has found that many devices come with vulnerabilities right out of the box. Read more...
Android 9 Pie has been officially announced recently. The Google's Pixel line-up has already started receiving the stable build of the Android 9 Pie. Some other smartphone manufacturers such as Xiaomi and others have also started releasing the latest version of
As we told you the other day, the Android 8.0 Oreo update for the BlackBerry KEYone has already been certified and the update is set to rollout to Rogers subscribers north of the border starting on August 13th. That is this coming Monday. Originally, the update was set to land on Rogers version of the KEYone back on June 28th, but the carrier was forced to delay the release of the OTA software update.
The Nokia 7 Plus is receiving the last Android Pie beta right now.
Android 9 Pie is finally rolling out to selected smartphones like the Google Pixel series and the Essential PH-1. Companies like Nokia and Samsung have already come up with the list of smartphones that will receive an update to Android 9
While some companies (Google, Essential) have already rolled out Android 9.0 Pie for its phones, the rest are trying to figure out when to make the update available for their customers. HTC recently announced which phones will get the Pie update and now Sony is making some clarifications as well. For those of you using Xperia smartphones, here are the first six devices that Sony plans to update to Android 9 Pie: Xperia XZ2, Xperia XZ2 Compact, Xperia XZ2 Premium, Xperia XZ1, Xperia XZ1 Compact, and Xperia XZ Premium. According to Sony Mobile, Android 9 Pie updates will start dropping ...
SeeSaw is one of my favorite tools for creating and maintaining digital portfolios. In fact, I featured it in a workshop that I facilitated yesterday. This week SeeSaw added some new options to their free Android app. Students can now use the app to respond to activity prompts that their teachers have shared. Students can also use the app to add labels to the pictures and drawings that they add to their portfolios
With Essential having rolled out the Android 9.0 Pie update to the Essential Phone and with Huawei confirming that the update is in the works for their phones, we’re sure that there are many other Android users wondering about the status of their update on their device. For those who are using HTC, it seems that HTC has confirmed the update as well.
Samsung announced that a lot of its older devices are getting upgraded to Android 8.0 Oreo. Here’s when that’ll happen.
After a delay that still feels way too long, Fortnite is finally coming to Android. It's launching first through the Samsung Galaxy App store, and after that, it will be available for anyone to download directly from Epic Games, Fortnite's developer.