security
Terrifying Camera App Flaw Left Millions of Android Phones Vulnerable to Spying

Even if you’re diligent about app permissions, sometimes you just can’t predict how or when a bad actor will abuse them. This time around, a team of security researchers found a terrifying flaw with the Android camera apps that could let malicious apps completely take control over a phone’s camera to spy on users without their knowledge. Read More >>

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Android Users Experience Failed Google Drive Backups For Months

Some Android users have been experiencing backup issues with Google Drive that stops the device from backing up their data. Read More >>

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Early Galaxy S11 Leaks Suggest Samsung Is Going Huge on Battery

Now that all the big 2019 phones have been released, it’s time to look forward to next year’s handsets, and if these early leaks are any indication, the Galaxy S11 could be in line for a huge upgrade in the battery department. Read More >>

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Does the Pixel 4 Have a Bending Issue?

So far, aside from concerns about its face unlock working even when someone’s eyes are closed, the Pixel 4's launch has been smoother than Google’s previous phones. However, in a recent video, YouTube channel JerryRigEverything may have uncovered a potential issue with the latest Pixel. Read More >>

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How to Make Google News Show Multiple Languages

If you're multi-lingual, the Google News app just became a whole lot better. Read More >>

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Google’s New Anti-Smartphone Apps, Ranked

We know that we’re all spending too much time glued to our phones, rather than looking at the person we’re talking to, the movie we’re watching, the sunset we’re missing, or the children we’re ignoring, and Google and Apple know it too. Google has pushed out six ‘experimental’ apps to try and curb our collective smartphone addiction – and here’s what we think of them. Read More >>

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WhatsApp Has Fingerprint Unlock on Android Phones Now

Earlier this year WhatsApp introduced Face ID and fingerprint unlock for iPhone users. Now it has bestowed biometric security on Android as well. Read More >>

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More Leaks Surface of Moto’s Slick Razr Reboot

One of the most tantalising smartphone rumours this year has been about Motorola’s reboot of the iconic Razr. And thanks to a recent slew of leaked images, we might now have a better idea of what Moto will announce on 13th November. Read More >>

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LG’s G8X Dual Screen Phone Gives You the Most Screen For Your Money

Back in 2011, the original Samsung Galaxy Note confirmed people had an insatiable appetite for big screens. And just in the last couple years, we’ve had phones with extra long screens, transforming screens, flexible screens, and even wraparound screens. But now with the G8X Dual Screen, LG is hoping to top them all by giving us more display (or should I say displays) for way less money. Read More >>

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A Month With the Improved Galaxy Fold and I Actually Still Like It

Following the ambitious but janky Royole Flexpai, Samsung’s Galaxy Fold was supposed to be the redeemer, a device that demonstrated the power of foldable tech. Then Samsung gave the Fold to a bunch of savages (aka tech reviewers), who pawed at it like it was a normal phone, and then the Fold had to go away for some upgrades. Read More >>

smartphones
Red Founder Kills the Company’s Holographic Phone Project, Announces Retirement

The Red Hydrogen One was a phone from another dimension. It was big, super heavy, and was billed the world’s first holographic phone. Except it never quite delivered, and now, alongside a retirement announcement, Red founder Jim Jannard is cancelling Red’s Hydrogen project altogether. Read More >>

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Google Says It Will Fix Pixel 4’s Face Unlock Fail ‘in the Coming Months’

On the new Pixel 4, Google opted to replace the traditional fingerprint sensor used on its previous handsets for an iPhone-like face unlock system featuring a sophisticated infrared 3D dot projector. However, unlike the iPhone, the Pixel 4's face unlock works even if a person’s eyes are closed, which is a potential security issue Google says it plans to patch sometime in the next few months. Read More >>

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Pixel 4 Review: It Wins By Being More Human

Some phones look to impress with an abundance of tech, while others promise simplicity and a tightly knit ecosystem. But when it comes to Pixel phones, Google leans on its expertise in software. Last year, it felt like things finally came together on the Pixel 3 thanks to features like Night Sight, Call Screen, Now Playing song identification, and more. But for the new Pixel 4, Google has put a twist on its typical software-first approach by creating a smartphone that responds to you less like a computer and more like a human. Read More >>

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Review: The Last of a Dying Breed

They just don’t make Android tablets like they used to. Actually, a lot of companies don’t bother making them at all nowadays. With more and more consumers opting for hybrid devices, Chrome OS has become a more popular choice for 2-in-1 tablets, while other companies, including Google, have gotten out of the tablet making game completely. That means if you want a fancy new premium tablet with Android that can handle both work and play, your only real option is Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6. Read More >>

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The Pixel 4 Is Redefining the ‘Smart’ in Smartphone

After three generations of Pixel phones, Google wants the Pixel 4 to be the start of a new era. Read More >>