Super Mario Run is Nintendo’s first major push into gaming on smart devices, but it was a launch exclusive for iOS devices in December 2016. Before the end of 2016, though, Nintendo opened up pre-registration for the endless runner, suggesting that the game would be launching soon. Nintendo went quiet immediately after that, but has finally changed. The official Nintendo Twitter.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be showcased sometime in April, so the rumor mill is likely going to be cranked up with new leaks and rumors surrounding Samsung’s upcoming flagship in the months before that debut. Today, by way of a Twitter account @dfordesign, we’ve been gifted by what are believed to be the front panels for not only the Galaxy S8, but also its larger sibling..
Google has announced the ability to search offline on Android devices with a nifty offline search queue. The way it works is that if users don’t have an internet connection, they can still go ahead and type their search in the search bar. The Google app will automatically add it to a search queue and when a connection is detected, the app will perform the search in the background..
The ZTE Blade V8 Pro was announced at CES 2017 as an unlocked mid-range device. It features a Snapdragon 625 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage with a microSD slot, a 5.5-inch full HD display, dual 13MP rear cameras with bokeh effect, a 3,140mAh battery, dual SIM slots, a fingerprint reader, and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. While the specs aren’t super high-end, the $229.98 price.
OnePlus has announced that the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T are now getting the update to OxygenOS 4.0.2, which is based on Android 7.0 Nougat! After beta testing the software for a while, it’s now ready to be installed by those who own the devices. Here’s a full changelog: Upgraded to Android 7.0 Nougat New Notifications Design New Settings Menu Design Multi-Window View Notification.
It’s expected that Google will launch its first Android Wear smartwatches in February, and in the following months, we could see another major launch from Google. A new report says that Google is bringing its Android One program to the US. The Android One program places a focus on affordable smartphones that offer timely software updates, and sources tell The Information that Google will.
Google+ is getting a few new features in the next couple of weeks. First up, Google will now hide low-quality comments, like spam. You’ll still be able to see them, but you’ll have to click “See all comments” to do so. It should be a good way to clean up spam. Google is also introducing better zoom functionality to photos. This allows you to zoom in further on high-quality.
AT&T‘s 2G network has officially shut down. The company announced that it took down the 2G network on New Year’s Day, January 1. This move has been in the making for four years, and now it’s finally done. If you’re still on a 2G-only phone, it’s time to upgrade. 3G and 4G LTE cover 99% of Americans, so most people won’t be affected by this change..
We can’t say Verizon hasn’t tried. The carrier has recalled the Galaxy Note 7, offered incentives for people to switch to a different device, and even updated the device so it wouldn’t be able to charge. Yet people are still using it. Verizon says that thousands of people are still using the Note 7 after avoiding the update that would permanently kill it. Since it’s.
For fans of Android Wear who have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of Android Wear 2.0, there may finally be a date to circle on the calendar. According to new information recently leaked by Evan Blass (@evleaks), the public launch for Android Wear 2.0 may happen on February 9, which would line up with earlier reports. If the date is true, that means we can expect to find Android.