BlackBerry's new mid-range Android phone prematurely appeared on its site today, revealing images of the device, along with key specs - including a Snapdragon 617 SoC, 3GB RAM, 16GB storage, and more.
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Steve Kondik has refuted rumours that Cyanogen Inc. will pivot to apps following staff layoffs. He also re-affirmed Cyanogen Inc.'s support for the community-led ROM, CyanogenMod.
Google is updating Nexus and Android One devices with a new spam caller detection feature, which marks potential telemarketers and spammers and allows users to block and report these numbers.
Google has launched its Emergency Location Service feature for Android devices in the UK and Estonia. The feature sends location data to emergency services, and will be expanded internationally.
Microsoft has announced that its new Authenticator app will be available for iOS, Android, and Windows from August 15. The app will combine consumer authentication with Azure Active Directory.
Looking for something a bit different? This 10.8-inch tablet has 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, USB 3.0 Type-C, and stylus support - and along with Windows 10, it also runs Android apps through the Remix OS.
Ford wants to make all of its new cars a bit more attractive by integrating Android Auto and Apple CarPlay into most of its vehicles. The two infotainment systems will be inside all 2017 models.
From more Marshmallow and affordable Androids, to sinking smartwatches, Netflix offline, a bevy of betas, and Skype's Windows Phone snub, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Google has revealed its new Delta algorithm for Android app updates on the Google Play Store, which would ensure that only the updated components from the APK are delivered to users.
The Microsoft Garage project Arrow Launcher was updated today to include a few new features. Version 2.1 includes notification bade support for more apps, 24-hour display format support, and more.
Samsung has upgraded many of its devices to Android 6.0 in recent weeks, but now it's HTC's turn. HTC is rolling out Marshmallow to its affordable Desire 626, on both Sprint and T-Mobile in the US.
Microsoft is dropping Skype support for older versions of Android, and as it focuses its development efforts on the Skype UWP app for Windows 10, older Windows Phone handsets will be left behind too.
It's been six months since I ditched Windows phones and hitched my wagon to Android. Here's what you should expect, along with some thoughts on switching back and the future of Windows 10 Mobile.
Android is known for having Easter eggs built into the system. With Android Nougat getting closer to its release, it features a mini game, letting users collect and take care of cats.
With a new gameplay trailer, Telltale Games has announced that its upcoming Batman game will debut on digital platforms on smartphones, consoles and PCs starting August 2.
Salesforce says that with the next major update to its Salesforce1 app, it is dropping support for every single Android device, except for a handful of Nexus and Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets.
The camera on the Galaxy S7 range has been globally praised for being excellent whatever the conditions. Now, Samsung have a lens kit to enhance your photos. But is it any good?
Microsoft has updated Groove on iOS and Android, promising "significant improvements" to reliability, a new Explore view "to learn about the most popular songs and new releases", and more.
Google today released the final Developer Preview build for the next version of Android, 7.0 Nougat. Developer Preview 5 promises to be a near-final system image, with Nougat shipping in Q3.
From Holo-pursuits and Nintendo nostalgia, to more Marshmallow, Brexit blues, Galaxys galore, Edge advantages, and Apple's Planet of the Apps, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
While the Windows Store does offer some fantastic titles to users, we take a look at the the top five Android games we wish were available on Windows Phone devices.
Warner Bros. has released a Suicide Squad game on Android and iOS ahead of the highly anticipated film's release. It allows gamers to play as three characters; Harley Quinn, Deadshot and Diablo.
Android Pay is now available in Australia so you can use your NFC-enabled phones to pay at stores around the country for shrimp and other clichés that need to be thrown on the barbie.
Google introduced version 5.1 of its Keyboard app in one of Android N's previews. Now the updated app is available for all devices via Google Play, bringing themes and a whole list of new emojis.
In what was already shaping up to be a monster smartphone under the hood, ASUS has revised its flagship ZenFone 3 Deluxe smartphone to include the latest Snapdragon 821 processor from Qualcomm.
The latest Kantar Worldpanel data shows considerable year-over-year gains for Android in several key markets around the world. iOS share dipped slightly, but Windows phone sales fell further.
The New South Wales Department of Justice has issued a warning on its Facebook page that Poké Trainers should not enter courts to catch Pokémon, and points out it's prohibited to do so.
Samsung has begun sending out invitations for a press event on August 2 to announce the next iteration in its line of Galaxy Note devices. The invitation confirms that it will be called Galaxy Note7.
Marshmallow is now installed on 13.3% of active Android devices, following its largest monthly increase so far - but Android 7.0 Nougat is fast approaching, and is due to arrive this summer.
Rovio has announced that it is ending support for Windows phones and PC platforms, in an effort to shift focus to developing for Android and iOS, which will be kept "supported and updated".
EE, the UK's largest mobile network, is giving new and existing pay monthly customers six months of free access to all BT Sport channels and content via its app on iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices.
John Hanke, Niantic CEO, has said the UK and international launch of the wildly popular Pokémon GO has been stalled while they fix server load issues. Their servers have crashed under pressure.
In a case that has lasted for over six years, Oracle is still trying to convince the courts that Google stole their Java code and that the company has damages in excess of $9 billion dollars.
With the recent release of Pokémon GO, a malicious version of the app was recently discovered. The app pretends to be legitimate, yet it contains malware that can steal information from users.
The international rollout of BBC iPlayer Radio app has begun. Users in the Rep. of Ireland will be the first to get the app but more countries will receive it soon. The app launched in 2012 in the UK.
It's been a long journey for Android fans, but Square Enix has finally brought Final Fantasy VII to the Google Play Store. The game will weigh in at a hefty 2GB and can be purchased for $15.99.
Australian authorities have issued a light-hearted and humorous advisory highlighting the dangers of playing Pokémon GO without paying attention to your surroundings, as well as road safety.
HTC announced today that it will be bringing the Desire 530 to the United States. The device will be sold by Verizon and T-Mobile, and an unlocked model will be sold on HTC.com for $179.
Samsung is predicting higher than expected profits for Q2 2016, up from the same period last year, with healthy Galaxy S7 sales one of the main contributors to this latest success.
The popular LINE messenger has received an update which removes support for Hidden Chats but switches end-to-end encryption on across all chats. Users should update the app to gain the features.
From Tesla tragedy and Snapchat hopes, to Dell ditching Android, Apple's 'dumpster diving', HTC's fishy phones, and Microsoft's endless 'offers', it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
According to a new report, BlackBerry is possibly working on three new Android handsets with promising specifications. The upcoming devices are codenamed as Neon, Argon, and Mercury.
In its latest promotion, Amazon is offering two Android handsets at major discounts to Prime members. Advertisements and "special offers" will display on the devices' screens when they are locked.
A series of credible rumors have pegged this year's Nexus phones' specifications. According to them, there will be two devices, with 5.5-inch -Marlin- and 5-inch- Sailfish- screens.
A security researcher has found an exploit-chain that can be used on Android devices with Qualcomm chips to break into the device's disk encryption. This exposes all of the user's data.
Dell announced today that it would be discontinuing its Android devices, noting the decline in the tablet market. Instead, it will be embracing 2-in-1 PCs, which is the fastest growing segment.
Amazon today announced a new feature for its Kindle apps called Page Flip. The feature is meant to simulate flipping through a paper book. It's available for Fire OS, Kindles, Android, and iOS.
In the coming weeks, Twitter is adding a new feature that will allow users to spruce up their photos. '#Stickers' can be added to any photo, will act as visual hashtags and will be searchable.
A video and a large number of screenshots claim to show off Samsung's upcoming TouchWiz UX update, expected to be launched on the Galaxy Note7. The new version features a cleaner, simpler design.
From Huawei's big ambitions and Apple's next iPhones, to free Lumias, Microsoft's mobile payments, HP's hot recall, and not-quite-Universal apps, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.