Monthly Archive: May 2017

Google introduces Project Treble to solve Android update woes 0

Google introduces Project Treble to solve Android update woes

Updates are far and away the biggest concern with Android as a mobile operating system, and anything that’s not a Nexus or Pixel struggles to get the latest version of Android in a timely...

U.S. unlocked LG G6 is finally available, costs $699 but some retailers are already discounting it 0

U.S. unlocked LG G6 is finally available, costs $699 but some retailers are already discounting it

Multiple retailers are now selling the U.S. unlocked model of LG’s 2017 flagship. The G6 arrived in the United States last month with limited availability. Rather than following an industry trend, LG decided to...

The HTC U 11 is not a German submarine [#acpodcast] 0

The HTC U 11 is not a German submarine [#acpodcast]

It’s not an under-11 soccer team or a Nazi submarine, but a new phone. The HTC U 11 is coming soon, and while we don’t know much about it, we do know that it...

[TA Deals] Grab the Linux Power User Bundle for less than $25 0

[TA Deals] Grab the Linux Power User Bundle for less than $25

Chances are you own a phone with an operating system based on Linux. Now you absorb everything there is to know about Linux through a bundle that’s featured as our deal of the day....

Google Play Store picks up a new icon and notifications 0

Google Play Store picks up a new icon and notifications

If you’ve been into the Android scene for a while, you might remember way back before Google Play when we still had the Android Market to download apps. The icon had a little green...

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Best Medium-Sized Android Phone

Update, May 2017: The Galaxy S8 is now our favorite medium-sized phone, and we’ve added the LG G6 to the list. Best overall Best for simplicity Best for camera buffs Best for less Best...

This alleged benchmark test for Google’s Taimen, a new Pixel, indicates a Snapdragon 835 is on-board 0

This alleged benchmark test for Google’s Taimen, a new Pixel, indicates a Snapdragon 835 is on-board

It’s pretty obvious that Google plans on using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 for its 2017 phones. Most flagships released from here on out will have it. But, if you needed unofficial confirmation, we have that...