Tag Archives: update

[Update: AT&T] Galaxy Note 10’s Android 10 update starts hitting the United States

Samsung is way ahead of what we expected with its rollout of Android 10, and today, the update is starting to arrive for the Galaxy Note 10 in the US. Noted by the folks over at Android Police today, it looks like some Note 10 users on Verizon Wireless are getting the Android 10 update on their handsets. It’s unclear at the moment… Read More »

Android 10 update now rolling out to Motorola One Power, Samsung Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30 in India

It has been three months since Google rolled out Android 10 for its Pixel devices. Since then, a lot of smartphone vendors relying on Android have rolled out the new version. So far, the new Android has only been rolled out to flagship-grade devices but Motorola and Samsung have now started to bring the new Android to more… Read More »

[Update: October 2019] The best iPhone, iPad, and MacBook trade deals: Get max cash for old devices

Apple’s fall event is now behind us, and most of the other biggest phone launches have happened at this point. Amidst new iPhones, MacBooks, iPads, and Apple Watches (not to mention non-Apple devices!), what are you to do with all your old gear? Recycle it of course! And while you’re at it, why not get some cash for those… Read More »

NOKIA 2.1, NOKIA 1 PLUS, NOKIA 1 TO RECEIVE ANDROID 10 GO EDITION UPDATE SOON

HMD Global is known for swift and timely updates for its smartphones, and the company is maintaining that trend for its entry-level smartphones as well. In a tweet on 27 September, HMD Global has confirmed that three of its entry-level smartphones — Nokia 2.1, Nokia 1, and Nokia 1 Plus — will soon be receiving the latest Android 10 Go… Read More »

Android 10 Go is a faster and more secure update to Google’s lightweight OS

Google has detailed its latest version of Android Go, its lightweight operating system meant for low-powered devices with less than 1.5GB of RAM. With Android 10 (Go Edition), Google says it has improved the operating system’s speed and security. App switching is now faster and more memory efficient, and apps should launch 10 percent faster than they did on… Read More »

OnePlus chases the title of “Best Android OEM” with 18-day update time

If you haven’t been paying attention to OnePlus, you should probably start. We’ve been calling the OnePlus 7 Pro the best Android phone you can buy for about the last six months. And now, in addition to the great hardware and software of that phone, you can add “pretty fast OS updates” to its list of positives. On Friday, OnePlus shipped the… Read More »

OnePlus starts rolling out Android 10 update for OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro smartphones

Google, earlier this month, rolled out Android 10. At the time, Android 10 was available for download on all Pixel smartphones and Essential smartphones. Soon after OnePlus rolled out the first open beta update of Android 10 on its 2019 flagship devices – the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. Now, nearly three weeks later OnePlus has… Read More »

Google can’t fix the Android update problem

The Android Lollipop statue. Lollipop was the fifth major version of Android. It was released in 2014 and still powers nearly 15 percent of Android phones worldwide. Android 10 is official and as of this writing it’s only available on a very small number of phones: Pixels and a few others. I’ll have a review up later today, but here’s a… Read More »

WhatsApp for Android Update Brings Redesigned Settings Section, Network Usage Info

WhatsApp for Android has received a new beta update that introduces a redesigned ‘Settings’ menu with a slightly different layout and has also brought new icons for a variety of tools. The WhatsApp update is now live for beta testers on the app’s Android version that has the build number v2.19.45. The redesigned ‘Settings’ menu layout and the… Read More »

Update Now to Fix Group FaceTime on Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Apple just released iOS 12.1.4 and a macOS 10.14.3 patch. These updates fix the huge group FaceTime flaw that could let anyone call your iPhone, iPad, or Mac and hear audio or see video—even if you don’t accept the call. The good news is you don’t have to worry about this flaw right now. Apple says it’s permanently disabled group FaceTime on iOS… Read More »