Welcome to In Brief, the AndroidGuys tech briefing. Today is Monday, September 17 and we're taking a look at all the tech news you...
Is history repeating itself for Samsung? NYC woman claims her Galaxy Note 9 caught on fire while not in use inside her purse.
OnePlus is ready to dive into a new product category and that's TVs. The company just announced it is working on the OnePlus TV.
Samsung and AKG are bringing three new wireless headphone models in the US, including a premium model. Two of these models already went on sale today.
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have entered a collaboration for a new intiative called Project Verify, whcih aims to eliminate passwords.
Google has announced a new partnership with smartphone giant Samsung with the aim to push its new RCS messaging standard to the masses.
LG's next flagship for 2018 the V40 ThinQ will be unveiled next month. The company has started sending out invites for the event set on October 4.
Google is set to retire Inbox in March of 2019. Now is the time for Inbox fans to say your goodbyes and migrate to Gmail or find a new email app.
On September 18, you might get the chance to win a OnePlus 6T, as OnePlus has partnered up with Google for the Crackables challenge.
Fossil's brand ambassadors including Mandy Moore and KJ Apa designed special watch dials for the company's new Q smartwatches.
Want to monitor your child's activity online to make sure he/she is sage? iKeyMonitor easily lets you do that, even remotely.
Qualcomm has just released their brand new Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip for Wear OS watches with a greater focus on longer battery life.
As we inch closer to the end of the year, this means that another OnePlus flagship is on its way. The OnePlus 6T is nearing its official launch and this is what we know.
Own a NVIDIA SHIELD TV? The company just announced the product is getting its 20th update since it was first launched three years ago.
Tor, the popular privacy-oriented browser is now available for users of Android devices. The release is currently in alpha and will launch in full in 2019.