With the Pixel shipping around the world this week, Google is ready to accept orders for two more of its newest devices.
With the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung tried to supply as many components from in-house companies as possible. No one is 100% sure that was the problem, but to make the next round a little safer Samsung is reportedly lining up multiple suppliers for components for their next flagship. Read more
It seems that Verizon has beat AT&T and T-Mobile to the punch with the LG V20. Both GSM carriers are set to launch the phone on October 28 (pre-orders available now, and some have started shipping early already), but Verizon now has LG’s newest device available today, October 20, from Verizon.com.
Beginning today, you’re going to be hearing a lot about LeEco and its ecosystem. This diverse company, which is based in China, is finally entering the United States with products ranging from phones and televisions to bikes and accessories. It’s all part of LeEco’s strategy to give consumers devices and services from the source for a complete ecosystem in which everything works together the way you want.
Even though the mobile apps support casting from phones and tablets, the Disney-ABC Television Group is expanding its digital footprint with the release of five Android TV apps.
When it was first announced, one of Google’s major selling points on the Pixel was how good the camera is. Early on, pretty much everyone is agreeing that it’s a fantastic camera and might legitimately be one of the best cameras we’ve seen on a smartphone. But what exactly makes the camera stand out in a sea of competition and already-good cameras? Read more
Huawei has announced their brand new Kirin 960 CPU, replacing last year’s Kirin 950. Normally these processor announcements are ho-hum and don’t amount to much more than “it’s faster and better than what we had before” but the Kirin 960 is making the jump to a new architecture with four A73 cores. Read more