While the Huawei P10 won’t be hitting the US any time soon that we know of, we still wanted to get our hands on one. With its 5.1″ display, smooth metallic body and high-end specs, who could resist? (more…)
Today in Brazil, Google held an event where they made a handful of announcements surrounding some of their newest and/or most popular products. Two that fall in the “newest” category that are receiving updates are Allo and Duo, the communications tandem that was first announced at Google I/O in 2016. (more…)
OnePlus is following up its special edition Colette Edition of the OnePlus 3T by releasing another all-black version here in the US. Sold exclusively at Hypebeast’s online store on March 24 at noon Eastern, only 250 units will be available.
What’s special about this 3T? Well, it comes in matte black that is dubbed “Midnight Black.” It sports 128GB storage and 6GB RAM while retailing for $479. Those are the only differences between this and the previous 3T models. (more…)
Google Maps is getting a pretty awesome new feature on Android, iOS, and the web. How would you like to share your location with friends, family, or colleagues you are meeting up with? What if you could share the progress of a trip on any platform? It’s coming. Real-time location sharing via Google Maps is on the way.
Google would only announce today that location sharing is rolling out “soon,” but they did share a fun little video that shows how it will work. You can watch it above to get the basics. (more…)
If the two or three write-ups we have already done about the new Android O Developer Preview weren’t enough, we now have a recap in video form. I know, I know, even though there doesn’t appear to be a lengthy list of new goodies in Android O, we still managed to show you quite a bit of stuff in the clip below. (more…)
Android O is official today and available for those with supported devices to start poking around in. We’ve already shared the official changelog, gave you the new Android O wallpaper to download, and have a nice video overview on the way to show off most of the new stuff, but we also wanted to put together a post that touches on some of the smaller changes. These are the changes that Google won’t highlight, yet you might find them really useful.
These are the other changes to Android O. (more…)