I spent a few months with three MediaTek devices to see if my preconceived notions were misguided or if these chips really were frustrating to use.
New tech is often met with opposition to change, but change isn't always a good thing either. In-screen fingerprint scanners are one of those things.
Are you ready to embrace the cut-out display on the new Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus? If so, then we've got some wallpapers to help you do just that.
Mobile World Congress was quite a show. Check out our round up of the best MWC 2019 had to offer.
Samsung Unpacked was a huge event as usual, check out some of what we're most excited for from the announcements.
Android Messages is Google's newest attempt to solve messaging on Android. First, I would challenge the company to solve Android Messages the app before it adds more services.
CES 2019 was a wild ride and now that it is over, check out some of our favorites from the show.
Years on, Google's Chrome OS is still full of potential. It fits the needs of most casual users, but it needs some tweaks to really advance in 2019.
Smartphone accessories are a huge industry, and House of Marley wants to prove that these products can be produced without devastating our environment.
If you got yourself a new OnePlus 6T, here are some tips and tricks you might want to use, so you can take advantage of your new device to the fullest.
It has been over a year since Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 8, and we take a look to determine whether it should be under consideration in 2018.
The holidays are fast approaching and we're running out of time to get gifts for those we love. Sure, Black Friday and Cyber Monday...
The Pixel 3 and the Samsung Galaxy S9 are two of the best Android smartphones you can buy right now. But which one should you get?
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Nokia 7.1 and Motorola One both come with affordable prices, notched displays and should get updated to the latest Android 9 soon enough.
The tech gods have settled a longstanding feud. Google is returning the official YouTube app to Fire TV. In response, Amazon is opening Prime Video to Chromecasts and Android TV.