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RCS is a big step forward for Android users and messaging, but I feel like we are still so far away from it being a solution.
Samsung and Motorola may have all of the fanfare right now, but LG is doing folding phones better. Here's why the LG V50 and G8x should be considered.
Cameras in today's Android phones have improved a lot and with multiple lenses and bigger image sensors becoming mainstream in flagship devices, the stock...
In today's busy world communicating with someone is as simple as taking your smartphone and sending a short message. However, most of us with...
RCS is the evolution of SMS, but it's off to a slow start. Google has started with its own fix for next-gen chat features. Here's how to get it to work.
Buying an activity tracker or fitness watch doesn't have to cost hundreds of dollars. In fact, many excellent models come in considerably lower than...
The Time-C monitors users health stats such as heart rate and activity as well as environmental factors like sun exposure, humidity, temperature, and more.
It appears that the big four US wireless carriers are ready to work together on a replacement for SMS. Look for RCS to come to phones in 2020.
Recently picked up a new Android phone? Here is how to transfer all your data from your old device to your new one. It's easier than you think.
Moto has returned with its G-series lineup for 2019. The standard model is still a favorite, but the Power eddition really pulls away from the competition.
Cricket Wireless now provides customers with a trio of rate plans which offer data only services. Options start as low as $25 per month.
The Bose QC35 II is the follow up to the ever popular series one with the same name. This time it brings everything that was great about the first series along with Google Assistant.
How does the big-screen Samsung Galaxy Note 9 fare in the hands of an admitted stock Android fan? Here are the impressions from an Android purist.
Google gives people new tools to protect their personal and Google Cloud accounts. Available in beta, you can now use an Android 7+ phone as a hardware key.
Microsoft Your Phone looks to bridge the gap between your Android phone and Windows PC. Here's what you need to know and how to set it up.