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.
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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.
Huawei is reportedly creating its own mobile OS with a development team based in Scandinavia that includes former Nokia employees, in an effort to reduce its reliance on Android.
HTC's Sense Android skin and features might soon be available on many more Android phones. The company seems to be planning to launch the Sense Home 8 app to everyone on the Google Play store.
Twitter now allows you to tweet videos that are up to 140 seconds in length, and plans to introduce the same feature on Vine. The company has also rolled out a new "Twitter Engage" app.
Google has posted clearer information on its Nexus support site to make it easier for owners to find out how long they can expect to receive Android OS updates and security patches for their devices.
After sharing its roadmap for a more mobile future for SharePoint in May, Microsoft has launched its new mobile app for iOS, and says Android and Windows Universal apps are expected later this year.
Some users reported seeing ads from Opera's partners in its new Mini browser, even with the new ad-blocker switched on. Opera has told Neowin that this was an accident, which has now been corrected.
Android apps are finally starting to show up on Chrome OS as Google had announced at I/O. You can try them out today provided you've got some specific devices and are willing to deal with an alpha OS.
Facebook has pushed out updates for its Messenger app, bringing not only a new soccer mini-game, but also the ability to handle SMS messages directly in the app. The latter is Android-only.
A year ago, Hyperkin teased the world with the Smart Boy, an attachment that could transform a smartphone into a functional Game Boy. Now, the Smart Boy is coming to market for Android handsets.
Google today released Android N Developer Preview 4. While we're getting closer to a final release, there is still a long list of known issues. Here's what is still broken in Developer Preview 4.
Google has released the fourth Developer Preview for Android N. The build contains the final APIs for Google's next version of its mobile operating system paving the way for store app development.
Kantar's figures show Windows phone sales market share continuing to fall. Indeed, it asserts that Microsoft's mobile OS is now "exiting the market", leaving iOS and Android to fight for customers.
Microsoft has launched the latest version of its Office 365 Admin app for Android and Windows phones - and it will soon be available for iOS - with a new design and a range of UI improvements.
Ransomware is not only available and targeted to computers, but also for Android devices. With this, a mobile ransomware has evolved and is now able to infect smart TVs running the said OS.
Bethesda has announced that Fallout Shelter will be making its way to the PC. The company has also promised a huge update, boasting tons of features, which will be packaged with the PC version too.
To lessen its reliance on the Android operating system, Samsung is reportedly planning to use its homebrew OS, Tizen. This comes after it released a small number of products under the said platform.
The first generation Moto 360 will not be receiving the recently announced major update to Android Wear 2.0, leaving the early adopters with an end-of-life device just two years after its release.
A new Xbox app has been released, which is now available for download on the Google Play Store, and Apple App Store. The app serves as a successor to the old Smartglass offering.
From App Store changes and Apple Store thieves, to foldable phones, Lenovo's Tango, Insider t-shirts, Jon Snow in space, and the PS4 with more, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Android notifications that sync with your Windows 10 PC will allow you to request that the developer who created the app also create one for Windows 10. The feature is currently exclusive to Insiders.
Samsung's new fitness wearable, the Gear Fit2 is now available in stores and online. The new device is launching in seven markets for now, with more coming soon, for a retail price of $179.99.
Google has just announced a new feature that's rolling out to Android devices - called Nearby. This surfaces websites and apps that may be useful to the user based on his or her location.
The Euro 2016 tournament kicks off on Friday, and ahead of that, the French authorities have released an app that will warn users of a terrorist attack for up to nine different regions in the country.
Eight months after its rollout began, Google's latest figures show that Android 6.0 Marshmallow has finally passed the 10% milestone, but the release of Android 7.0 is fast approaching.
Despite rumors that HTC would the only company responsible for this year's Nexus phones, Huawei has announced it's working on at least one Nexus handset, looking to recreate last year's 6P success.
The Outlook team has updated Outlook for Android Wear to include a fairly interesting watch face centered around the wearer's calendar, and provides a flexible ability to personalize the watch face.
From holo-pursuits and virtual thrills, to plants that talk back, iPads unbricked, bizarre Band 2 pricing, and lovely/creepy robots, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Cortana has been on Android for a while, but unlike its Windows phone counterpart, it's previously been unable to integrate with the Microsoft Band 2. That ends today, as the feature is now available.
LG today announced the Stylus 2 Plus, taking the Stylus 2 series to a new level. The device now offers an octa-core processor, and other specs that vary by region. It will be available in a few weeks.
Xiaomi and Microsoft have entered into a deal where the Chinese manufacturer will pre-load Microsoft's Office and Skype apps on its devices. There are now more than 75 Android OEMs who are doing this.
After many months of focus on its Xperia X lineup, Sony has announced a new mid-range smartphone belonging to the Xperia E series priced at €199 and landing in late June.
Back in 2014, Phonebloks founder Dave Hakkens partnered with Google for Project Ara. However the latest update to the project seems to have thrown him off, stating the concept has become less modular.
From bigger tweets and smaller prices, to Android updates, Windows 10 upgrades, fruity hearsay, Edge extensions, and PlayStation proliferation, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
A teardown of the latest Google Photos APK reveals a number of interesting new features on the way with the most notable being free unlimited and uncompressed photo and video storage for Nexus owners.
In an effort to tap into the large enterprise and government sectors in India, Samsung has launched the 7" Galaxy Tab Iris, with built in iris recognition technology and biometric capabilities.
Microsoft has rolled out Skype 7.0 for Android, and says it's "redesigned the tablet UI from the ground up" with a new look based on Google's Material Design, along with new features and improvements.
A jury has ruled in Google's favor in the case against Oracle over the use of the firm's Java APIs in Android. It was determined that Google's usage is covered under the fair use clause.
The Microsoft Garage project Next Lock Screen has received a significant update today, including a new logo and a new look. The update brings the version number to 3.2.0 and it's available now.
After being removed from the Google Store almost a month ago, HTC has officially ended production of the Google Nexus 9 tablet. It will still be sold on HTC's website while supplies last.
Google is once again trying to put pressure on OEMs and carriers to make sure users get the latest Android updates. But its efforts may be in vain thanks to fundamentally opposite business models.
Samsung is officially done with the Android Wear platform, according to a new report. The firm will continue its wearable efforts with its in-house OS, Tizen, a platform it has used for some time.
The latest data coming from Western Europe shows that convertible devices and detachable tablets have a bright future ahead, even as the overall PC market continues to decline.