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Google has struggled to really enter the corporate marketplace. Could the Pixel 3a be the device for the company to hit its mark in the enterprise?
One of the great things about Android is customizations. Did you know you can change your default Assist app? Here's how to set it up.
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.
Way back in 2004 Motorola had a giant hit with the RAZR flip phone. New leaks suggest the company will revive the idea with new foldable RAZR smartphone.
Moto is back again with another Mod-wielding Z-series. This is the Moto Z4.
Google chrome is the most popular browser for Android with over a billion downloads and, since it comes pre-installed with most Android phones, most...
Like the always-on display found on Samsung Galaxy devices and want it for your own phone? Here is how to get the feature on your Android phone.
Google has attacked the premium market with the Pixels, but what about the budget-minded? Say hello to the best render of the Pixel 3a.
While most people have shifted to messaging apps like Whatsapp and Facebook Messenger, there are still millions who use conventional text messaging for communication....
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.
If you've ever struggled to make it through the day with your smartwatch or you're just looking to extend the battery life, check out these nine helpful tips.
Google offers up the first official look at the next-gen build of its mobile platform. The Android Q beta arrives as a developer preview for Pixel phones.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a powerful flagship device with many awesome features. We've compiled a small list of settings and tweaks you may need to know.
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.
The annual developer conference that is Google I/O 2019 takes place over three days in early May. This year should bring us details on Android Q and more.