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Andy Rubin, the father of Android, has reportedly cancelled his next big smartphone and might sell the company after raising $300 million
Essential, the hardware startup founded by Android creator Andy Rubin, is reportedly looking to sell itself and has canceled plans for its next big smartphone, according to a new Bloomberg report.
Android phones everywhere are adopting the iPhone X notch, and it shows a true lack of originality among smartphone makers
In the nine months since Apple unveiled the iPhone X, we've seen plenty of Android phones adopting the "notch." Now, LG, Huawei, OnePlus, and others have adopted the dreaded "notch."
HTC’s newest phone is see-through and squeezable, and has some of the most futuristic features of any high-end smartphone
HTC has unveiled its flagship smartphone for 2018, the HTC U12+. The new phone, now available for preorder, features a dual camera, edge-to-edge display, water resistance, fast charging, and no headphone jack.
The OnePlus 6 is a great smartphone, but it's not leaps and bounds beyond the OnePlus 5 or OnePlus 5T.
These affordable skins are the best way to make your smartphone, computer, or game console stand out — here’s how they work
Dbrand makes great-looking customizable skins for your smartphone, computer, or game console, and ships them anywhere in the world. They don't add any bulk to your device, but they do bestow some nice benefits, like making them grippier to hold, and preventing scratches and fingerprints.
The iPhone 6S is still a great phone where it counts.
Take a look at the OnePlus 6 — a beautiful new smartphone that costs almost $200 less than the Galaxy S9
OnePlus phones are getting more and more expensive, but they're still cheaper than other top Android phones. We went hands-on with the latest, the OnePlus 6.
Google Lens, the visual search tool, is upping its game with a trio of new features to help you crib someone's fashion, navigate exotic restaurant menus and shop for furniture. The features roll out in the next few weeks to Android and iPhone users.
The next version of Android could help you use your smartphone a lot less — here’s everything that’s new in Android P
At Google I/O, Google announced lots of thoughtful and meaningful features for Android P, the next version of the most popular operating system in the world.