It’s pretty clear Facebook wants us to download its Messenger application to chat with friends. However, it hasn’t been made mandatory. Soon, Facebook may require you to install Facebook Messenger to chat, making it not possible in the Facebook application nor on its mobile site.
As reported before, Huawei has high hopes for the future. Their goal is to surpass the number of smartphone shipments from rival Apple, which would put the company in second for marketshare. Huawei also wants to eventually pass Samsung to become the largest smartphone dealer in the world.
The majority of us here at Talk Android believe that Android TV has seen its better days, and Google Cast will seemingly take over. Google doesn’t seem committed to Android TV like they were when the first introduced the platform. With that said, along with the recent removing of the Nexus Player from the Google Store, many of us thought the end for the Android TV platform was near. However, a new report caught us by surprise suggesting the release of a successor to the Nexus Player we all know.
We’re getting to the point where we’ve seen and heard it all regarding what to expect for the OnePlus 3. However, a new report suggests that there could be four different variants of the handset. Say what?
Not long ago, Google changed the voice tone of its Google Search assistant. At Google I/O, the tech giant announced ‘Google Assistant,’ which will soon answer one’s follow-up questions, be able to play mini games, and provide users with more accurate and detailed information. A new report from yesterday suggests Google Now will soon have ‘character,’ meaning it will have a personality and a background story.
Processing chips for wearables have always been a struggle for chipmakers because of the different form factors that exist. This is until now. The Snapdragon Wear 1100 from Qualcomm is a new chipset designed to fit even the narrowest and most round wearables.
It was just last year when Google introduced its Google Photos service for backing up one’s images and videos to the cloud. At Google I/O, the tech giant gave us a quick stat on how far it has come in just one year.
Unlike Android updates which require manufacturers to fiddle with software thus taking time, Samsung has been on top of things when it comes to its monthly security patch updates. The Galaxy S7 Edge appears to be the first Samsung-branded handset to get the June patches, and the month is yet to even start.