LG wants you to forget all about the Google Home Max. The company has unveiled two Google Assistant-powered speakers including a premium one.
The Pixel 2 is arguably the best camera experience on Android with Google achieving with software what others require hardware to do. Looking ahead it hopes to make other phones just as capable.
Amazon has issued a recalled for more than 260,000 battery packs it has been selling under its Amazon Basics brand. The accessories were manufactured in China.
Fitbit's second and slimmest smartwatch, the Versa, is now official. Click here for all of the details on the new $200 smartwatch.
Cricket Wireless celebrates 19 years of existence with a few discounts and deals for switchers. New customers jumping ship will be able to purchase select smartphones for just $19.99.
The YouTube TV pricing of $35 per month is unfortunately no more, as today the service increases to $40 per month. The hike in price...
Honor brings its first AI phone, the View 10 to the US. The handset is currently up for pre-order for $499 a pop. Shipping starts on March 22.
Broadcom made several attempts to purchase Qualcomm, but that appears to be in vain. President Trump officially blocked any possibility of a deal.
HTC is gearing up to launch its new flagship, the U12. So what can we expect the new phone to bring to the table? Will it be a worthy Galaxy S9 contender? Read below to find out.
You can use your Android or iOS tablet to make calls or send messages to anyone who has the Alexa app installed on their device.
Not so long ago, Google rebranded its Android Pay service to Google Pay in an attempt to homogenize its mobile payment solutions. Well, it...
Were you looking forward to the successor of last year’s Moto X4? Unfortunately, we have some bad news to share with you. There's probably...
As with any new smartphone release, iFixit has done the honors of carefully deconstructing the Galaxy S9 to see what powers Samsungs latest flagship....
Reliable analyst Min-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities doesn't believe that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will come with under-display fingerprint recognition.
The next generation of Android is now available to app developers and early adopters. There's some great stuff on the horizon to be sure, but it doesn't apply to general users. Certainly not today. Here's what you need to know about Android P so far.