ANDROID 9 PIE REVIEW – THE PREDICTIVE OS

The most “opinionated” version of Android yet

Google’s New Cloud Storage Plans Launch in the U.S.

Today, Google launched its new cloud storage pricing scheme under the mokiker Google One, which replaces all paid storage plans under the Google Drive brand.

Skype Preview for Android will soon relay SMS messages from your PC and Mac

You'll soon be able to send and receive SMS messages on your Android phone via Skype for desktop.

New Chrome Speeds Up the Whole Web – How to Try It

Chrome Canary's lazy loading feature can make browsing feel a lot faster.

Epic iPhone X, Galaxy S9 Plus, Huawei P20 Pro, Pixel 2 camera showdown

One of these top-notch phones has three rear cameras. One has...one. But the results of our mega smartphone camera test could surprise you.

9 Cheap VR Headsets Ranked from Best to Worst

If you're not willing to spend hundreds of dollars for a high-end virtual reality device, you still have options. Skip past tethered headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, keep going past premium mobile designs like Samsung's Gear VR and ...

Apple’s Group FaceTime Delayed, Won’t Ship with iOS 12

If you were eager to use iOS 12's Group FaceTime — which enables video calling between up to 32 people at once — you're going to need to wait a little longer. Apple's just announced this feature needs more time in ...

How long will 1 million last?

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Smartphones or pen and paper – Cybersecurity experts split on tech in voting

Some of the brightest minds in cybersecurity want the U.S. voting system to embrace technology. Others want to keep tech as far away as possible.

25 Android Apps That Are Actually Worth Paying For

Whether you're the proud owner of a new Android phone or you're just looking to add new functions to your existing device, the quickest way to make it even better is to head to Google Play and start downloading apps.

Is Your iPhone Spying on You? Here’s What Apple Told Lawmakers

Apple has assured U.S. lawmakers that it is not spying on iPhone users. The company clams third-party apps are not doing so either.

15 Genius Gadgets You’ve Probably Never Heard Of (Under $60)

We've put together a list of 15 of the coolest, most innovative, and most awesome gadgets that'll make life easier for under $60.

Why iPhone and Android phone prices will get even higher

You thought paying $1,000 for an iPhone was a lot? It may be just the beginning.

Android P Tipped for August 20 Release

If you're eagerly awaiting the arrival of Android P, you could be less than three weeks away from the release of the next version of Google's mobile operating system.

How much are those decorative smart lights adding to your power bill?

Spoiler: Not nearly as much as you might think.

Moto G6 and Moto G6 Play review – The best cheap Android phones you can buy

Reviews of both, as well as specifications, etc.

Leaked Samsung video confirms 512GB Galaxy Note 9

48 Samsung manages to spoil whatever’s left of its Note 9 surprise...

Google Maps’ location sharing now includes your battery life

When you share your location with a friend through Google Maps, they'll now be able to see how much battery life you have left exactly. Android Police first discovered hints of the new feature in a Google Maps beta for Android ...

Why Installing Fortnite on Android Will Be a Security Nightmare

Fortnite is finally coming to Android, but it's arriving in the riskiest way possible. Epic Games is bypassing the Google Play Store and distributing the game itself, which creates a serious security vulnerability.

Facebook’s security chief is leaving, and no one’s going to replace him

Facebook’s chief security officer, Alex Stamos, said today that he’ll be leaving the company later this month. The announcement comes just a day after Facebook — and to a large extent, Stamos — revealed that Facebook had discovered malicious actors who continue to ...

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