Tag Archives: Devices

Asus ZenFone 4 series smartphones officially announced: Six new devices

The new range of smartphones is based on the company’s mainstream flagship Asus ZenFone 4. However, the company is offering a wide range of handsets targeting different kinds of consumers. Basically, the company has announced six different smartphones. The smartphones include: ZenFone 4, ZenFone 4 Pro, ZenFone 4 Selfie, ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro, ZenFone 4 Max, and ZenFone… Read More »

Apple supporting LG for a smooth supply chain of OLED display for upcoming devices

Apple is investing billions of dollars to help LG get started with the production of OLED displays iPhones lined up in 2018. Apple is already behind Samsung which is currently the only company with capabilities to design and mass produce OLED displays for smartphones. KGI Securities Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently published a report on the matter stating that… Read More »

Google Releases July Android Security Update for Nexus, Pixel Devices

Google, as expected in the first week of every month, has released the latest Android monthly security update for its Nexus and Pixel devices. Alongside the new July Android security update, the company has also released system images and OTA files for compatible devices for users to side load. Compatible device owners can either wait for an official… Read More »

Google Pixel, Pixel XL Tipped to Receive Android O in August, Ahead of Nexus Devices

Android O was one of the biggest highlights of Google I/O 2017 this year, and to test waters the search giant has also released Android O in a public beta. The timeline for a public release is usually at the same time as the launch of the new Pixel device in October. However, a new tip hints that… Read More »

Microsoft pushes major Outlook update to Android and iOS devices

Outlook users rejoice, as Microsoft has just released a new update for both the Android and iOS platforms. Although it doesn’t add too many new features, it’s worth noting that all the changes included are meant to improve the way users manage contacts. First off, the update brings the ability to add and edit contacts directly from Outlook… Read More »

Judy, Judy, Judy; Malware affects as many as 36.5 million Android devices

Last week, researchers at Check Point discovered malware called “Judy” that could have infected as many as 36.5 million Android devices. The auto-clicking adware generates large numbers of fraudulent clicks on ads, resulting in large sums being paid to the hackers behind the operation. The malware was found on 41 apps offered by a Korean firm, and quickly… Read More »

Gameloft launches Iron Blade: Medieval Legends ARPG for Android and iOS devices

French company Gameloft soft-launched a new action RPG title back in March, Iron Blade: Medieval Legends. Today, the developer announced its game is now available to the general public in all countries, on both the Android and iOS platforms. In fact, Gameloft released Iron Blade: Medieval Legends on the PC as well, so you can find it on… Read More »

Google I/O 2017: Android Now Runs on 2 Billion Monthly Active Devices

Google’s Android operating system has reached a milestone by powering 2 billion monthly active devices around the world, the company said. Google’s vice president of engineering Dave Burke that Android has “the largest reach of any computing platform of its kind”, Xinhua reported on Thursday. Based on the Linux kernel and designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices, Android… Read More »

Faster, longer-range Bluetooth 5 to reach devices soon

A new version of the Bluetooth wireless spec will be coming to devices soon, giving users faster connectivity among devices over longer distances. The new version, Bluetooth 5, is a big upgrade over Bluetooth 4.2, the current specification. In a clear line of sight, the range of Bluetooth 5 could stretch to 400 meters, said analysts at The… Read More »