While HTC's U Ultra won't ship for another ten days, that hasn't stopped a Captain_Throwback over on XDA Developers from releasing an unofficial version of TWRP for the forthcoming device.
Synology's Surveillance Station, a free IP camera tool for Synology NAS devices
From Nokia nostalgia and gaming galore, to Patch Tuesday problems, mobile unlimited, Brexit price hikes, Android updates, and the Pocket PC, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
As anyone could have predicted, the next handset to be released by NuAns will run Android, rather than Windows 10 Mobile, which powered the company's last handset, the Neo.
After reaching just 7% of its goal of $500,000, ZTE has finally canceled the Kickstarter campaign for its crowd-funded Hawkeye, which was codenamed Project CSX. It may re-launch with better specs.
ZTE will reportedly launch a new phone at Mobile World Congress that will support gigabit LTE speeds, called - rather literally - the ZTE Gigabit Phone. It will likely use a Snapdragon 835 chipset.
As the company promised back in November, Google has finally deprecated both Android 2.3.x Gingerbread and 3.x Honeycomb with the latest Google Play Services update, which is version 10.2.
During the company's Q4 2016 earnings call, HTC said that it will no longer produce new entry-level phones beginning this year; however, it will still sell and support its current devices.
Microsoft is currently testing a revamped Skype app for Android through its Skype Insiders program. The new version of the app promises a brand new design, new features and Bing integration built-in.
A new Android malware has been discovered, which cloaks itself as a Flash player update. If a user falls for it, more malicious software will be downloaded, which will spy on unsuspecting users.
NetherRealm Studios head Ed Boon announced that Injustice 2 would be arriving on mobile devices. While details were somewhat scarce, the game will include new features, modes, and combat system.
Lenovo's Moto G5 and G5 Plus handsets are slated to be unveiled next week at Mobile World Congress, but specs and pictures of the devices leaked today due to retailer K-Tronix.
An update to the Google Maps app for users of Android and iOS now makes it possible add your favourite locations to pre-set or custom lists which can be saved and shared for others to follow.
Owners of the Galaxy A8 and Galaxy J5 (2016) are still waiting for Android 7.0 Nougat to arrive - but in the meantime, Samsung is keeping their devices safe with the latest Android security updates.
After a jury found Google's unlicensed usage of Java APIs in Android was covered by 'fair use' provisions last year, Oracle has filed a fresh appeal, calling Google's "copying... classic unfair use".
Chinese manufacturer Vernee will launch the world's first handset to feature MediaTek's new range-topping Helio X30 SoC. The Apollo 2 will also have up to 128GB of storage, and a whopping 8GB of RAM.
It is now possible to download YouTube videos for offline viewing with a beta version of Google's new app, YouTube Go, which can be downloaded to Android devices.
From Mercury rising and Galaxy goodness, to Xbox excitement, OneNote dyslexia success, Sweeney's Cloud conspiracy, and watching TV watching you, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
If you own a Samsung Galaxy S4 or Tab S3 on T-Mobile, a new update is coming to your device. It won't be the latest version of the OS, instead, it'll be the most recent Android security update.
Telegram for Android Wear 2.0 is available just a day after Google's Android Wear 2.0 platform was released. The app is fairly powerful, allowing you to respond with text, stickers and more.
HTC announced a number of deals for the week of Valentine's Day, calling it 7 Days of Sappiness. It will bring sales for the HTC One A9, One M9, and 10, as well as a number of accessories.
After teasing its new BlackBerry-branded premium phone in January, TCL has confirmed that the new device - codenamed 'Mercury' - will be formally unveiled later this month, and Neowin will be there.
Microsoft today released a new build of Office for Android that's available to those enrolled in the Office Insider Program. It adds PDFs to Word, more file types in Excel, and more.
Facebook has integrated a new weather-centric section in its popular social platform. The company states that 95% of the global population can already access the feature on desktop and mobile.
The Nvidia Shield Tablet was released close to three years ago and this week it will be updated to Google's latest Android 7.0 Nougat. The update will roll out to devices over the next few days.
Google today announced that it is releasing the second Developer Preview build of Android Things, which is the company's upcoming operating system for Internet of Things devices.
New beta builds of Telegram reveal two interesting developments. The Android client now has support for custom themes and the ability to share them, while the desktop app has better theme management.
A new Samsung trademark points to another software feature expected on the Galaxy S8. Samsung Hello, as the feature is dubbed, seems to be related to the Bixby artificial intelligence assistant.
Microsoft has released the Android version of the 'Project Rome' SDK. The platform aims to minimize the "experience gap" for consumers who use the same apps on Android and Windows devices.
Google has updated its Maps app for Android bringing more information at a glance. The app will now feature real-time updates for traffic, improved schedules for public transportation, and more.
The newest versions of Android are now installed on just 1.2% of the platform's active devices, while 6.0 Marshmallow continues to grow, pushing past the 30% usage milestone for the first time.
The latest data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows considerable smartphone sales market share gains for iOS in several parts of the world, as Android share rose to around 90% in certain markets.
Google recently announced its February security update and now Samsung has followed suit. While announced, Samsung's new update could take close to a month to arrive on your handset.
Google has announced the February Security Patch Level OTA update for supported devices, the update contains a fix for a "Remote Execution" vulnerability, as well as bunch of others.
According to a new report, LG will be releasing its next flagship phone, the G6, on April 7. This will happen after the handset is available on the South Korean market for about a month.
The Oukitel U13 is another low-end Android device, that promises to bring high-end features to a very affordable $100 price point. We put the device through its paces to see what it could do.
According to numbers by Strategy Analytics, the tablet market went down 9% with vendors such as Apple, Samsung witnessing double digit declines in FY16. Windows tablets, on the other hand, grew 19%.
Today, Lenovo announced its new Yoga A12 convertible tablet. With the Halo keyboard and coming in at $299, it's a mid-range variant of the company's flagship Yoga Book.
Jaybird's X2 Bluetooth earphones were very well received but they were a bit large for many people, and costly. The X3 is smaller and cheaper, but don't be fooled, Jaybird has a winner here.
According to a leaked email, Google is preparing to discontinue its beloved Android launcher, Google Now. The app will reportedly be pulled from the Play Store by the end of Q1 2017.
Huawei has stated that its "mid-range flagship" Honor 6X handset will be receiving EMUI 5 and Android Nougat 7.0 next month. Apparently, the update has also tweaked based on "consumer feedback".
There have been rumors for quite some time that Samsung might be bringing its mobile payment platform to other Android devices. Unfortunately, Samsung Pay Mini is not that solution.
Microsoft today announced that Add-ins are coming to the Outlook mobile apps, starting with iOS, with Android support coming soon. There's still no word on whether the Windows 10 app will get them.
Android 7.1.2 Nougat beta update has finally brought fingerprint gesture support to the LG Nexus 5X. The feature was previously exclusive to Google's Pixel and Pixel XL handsets.
The wait has been long, but it appears that T-Mobile has started the testing process of Android 7.0 Nougat on the S7 and S7 edge. There currently isn't an official ETA, but hopefully it will be soon.
The biggest sporting event in the United States, Super Bowl 51 will be broadcast this Sunday in virtual reality and 360 degrees through the FOX Sports VR app available on Android, iOS and Oculus.
ZTE could rethink the design and specifications of its crowdsourced smartphone, Hawkeye, as it failed to impress backers on Kickstarter due to the device's mid-range specifications.
Google announced the next iteration of Android today, which will be version 7.1.2 Nougat. Unfortunately, Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 owners will not see the update but will still get security fixes.
After the feature showed up in beta versions of the app a few weeks ago, phone sign-in is now generally available on iOS and Android, although there's no word on Windows 10 Mobile.
Google's Pixel arrived in October and already there are murmurs about its successor that will reportedly offer a better processor and camera. The company could also release a budget Pixel model.
Google has now updated its Docs and Sheets apps for Android and iOS while adding in some worthwhile features such as header and footer options, page numbers, image resizing, and more.