You can customize your Android phone quite a bit. Customization is what set it apart from the all the competition in the first place, in addition to all the features that come in-built in the app, all the launchers available in
Our tech is filled with buttons and functions that are no longer needed, but we're not always ready to give them up. Instead, they linger on like vestigial organs
Diablo III's recent Nintendo Switch announcement is quickly being followed up by some more news. Blizzard Entertainment officially revealed that Diablo Immortal will soon make its way to the palm of your hand on iOS and Android devices. Set between Diablo II: Lord of Destruction and Diablo III, you'll enter a world of six customizable classes along with the option to drop in and out of groups in addition to fighting alongside friends. Diablo Immortal is also set to receive frequent updates with the game's beta pre-registration currently open via DiadbloImmortal.com.
The 55OLED+903 has picture quality to rival the best alternatives and audio quality to trounce the lot of them. But it doesn't come cheap
Apple's first 5G iPhone is still two years away. That's according to a new report, which says the iPhone maker won't be 5G ready until 2020.
Microsoft keeps improving SwiftKey with more and more features on both Android and iOS, and part of this plan is adding integration with its other services.
It's fairly limited right now, but SwiftKey will allow you to search the web without leaving what you're typing.
31 best new Android games released this week including Old School RuneScape, Football Manager 2019 Mobile, and Football Manager 2019 Touch
Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. This week I have the official release of Old School RuneScape, plus two separate Football Manager titles from Sega. So without further ado, here are the most notable games released in the last week.
Just a few days after teasing its upcoming mirrorless camera, the Chinese company Yongnuo has revealed some basic specs: as we suspected, it’ll be an Android-powered mirrorless camera that supports Canon EF lenses. The camera is being referred to as the YN450, but Yongnuo is running a contest to give it a snazzier name. Inside
When Yongnuo teased a new mirrorless camera the other day, there wasn’t really any information to go along with it. Pretty much the only thing we new for sure was that it had 4G capability. But we could make a few assumptions based on what we saw and prior Yongnuo history. Now, some of those assumptions have
Over 20 child advocacy groups have sent a letter to the FTC regarding advertising in kids apps.
The 267th Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk Ghostbusters World, four Material Design award winners, a Red Dead Redemption companion app, and more Android apps and games news!