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Android Go is an optimized version of Android O for entry-level devices

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 17th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Google touched a bit on Android O during its I/O keynote today, and one of the big announcements made was Android Go. Android Go is a version of Android O that’s aimed at entry-level devices. This lightweight flavor of Android O is meant to run on devices with 1GB of RAM or less, and it includes optimized apps and a focus on data management. Google has said that its optimizing apps like YouTube Go, Chrome, and Gboard to use less memory, storage space, and data on Android Go. For example, Chrome. 

T-Mobile launches the LG Stylo 3 Plus with 5.7-inch display

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 17th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Back in March, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile welcomed the arrival of the LG-branded Stylo 3. Now that device’s big brother has arrived on T-Mobile. T-Mobile announced today that the LG Stylo 3 Plus is now available. Customers will have to put $9 down and then pay $9 per month for 24 months on an equipment installment plan (EIP), or $0 down and $10 per month on a JUMP! On Demand plan. The Stylo 3 Plus costs $225 full retail. As far as the features go, the Stylo 3 Plus features a 5.7-inch 1080p. 

Android Device Manager is now known as Find My Device

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 17th, 2017 - No Comments »
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It’s been a couple of years since the Android Device Manager app was updated, but that changes today as the app gets bumped to version 2.0. As first noted by Android Police, Android Device Manager is now known as Find My Device, and there are a few changes to make navigating the app a bit easier. There last elements of Holo are gone, and everything’s a bit flatter in version 2.0 of the app. The biggest change, other than the new app name and icon, is that the devices you have tied. 

Amazon refreshes its Fire lineup with four new tablets

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 17th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Amazon is updating its Fire tablet lineup with the release of four new tablets. This refresh includes the Fire 7, Fire HD 8, Fire 7 Kids Edition, and Fire HD 8 Kids Edition. Though the update is largely a refresh of existing devices (the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition is new), it stands as a mark of Amazon’s commitment to offering affordable, value-packed tablets that are geared towards dedicated customers. Let’s take a look at the changes being offered in this refresh: Fire 7: thinner, lighter. 

LG said to be launching a smartphone with an OLED display in 2017

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 17th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Up to this point, LG has stuck with LCD panels for its smartphone lineup. And while the G6, the company’s latest flagship smartphone, has a great display, OLED panels are all the rage (and for good reason). So it always felt like it was inevitable that, eventually, the Life’s Good crew would switch to OLED panels for its phones. And turns out that may be happening this year. A new report from The Investor says LG is planning on switching to an OLED panel for its next flagship smartphone,. 

Two unreleased Nokia devices show up on video

By DailyNews | OnWednesday, May 17th, 2017 - No Comments »
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A video from a Nokia photograher has been posted on Vimeo showing off four Nokia devices. The funny thing is that Nokia only has three smartphones currently on the market, and one isn’t in this video. The devices on the right are the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5, while the two devices on the left are unknown. The leftmost one sports a dual camera setup and a shinier back, so it may be a new flagship, likely the rumored Nokia 9, while the second may be something in between that and the Nokia 6. The. 

AT&T HTC One M9 now receiving Nougat update

By DailyNews | OnTuesday, May 16th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Owners of the AT&T version of the HTC One M9 are in luck. After a lot of waiting (and nine months after its release on Nexus devices), the Nougat update is finally headed to AT&T’s One M9. Nougat brings with it a much improved notifications system, split-screen multitasking, support for double tapping the recent apps button to switch to the last used app, an updated Doze mode, and so much more. It’s a big update in features as well as in size, weighing in at 1.4GB. Make sure. 

Moto Z2 Play appears in leaked image alongside its last gen brothers

By DailyNews | OnTuesday, May 16th, 2017 - No Comments »
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We have yet another image of the Moto Z2 Play, an upcoming device in Lenovo’s 2017 lineup of Motorola devices. This time the device is pictured next to the last generation Moto Z and Moto Z Play. The biggest takeaway is the identical shape of the back, meaning all of the old Moto Mods should fit the new device. Buying Moto Mods for only one year of use would have been really tough, especially with new Mods being released late into the first gen Moto Z’s life cycle. It’s good to. 

ASUS ZenWatch 3 now receiving Android Wear 2.0 update

By DailyNews | OnTuesday, May 16th, 2017 - No Comments »

ASUS launched the round ZenWatch 3 last year, and for those who picked up the wearable, ASUS has good news for you today to balance out yesterday’s relatively bad news. The official ASUS UK Twitter account has confirmed that the Android Wear 2.0 update is now rolling out to the smartwatch. In fact, according to the account, AW2.0 actually started finding its way to users yesterday, May 15. The ASUS UK Twitter account doesn’t go into any details of the update, but Android Wear 2.0 will. 

Verizon’s LG Watch Sport has been cancelled

By DailyNews | OnTuesday, May 16th, 2017 - No Comments »
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Back in February, LG and Google officially introduced the LG Watch Sport and Watch Style. A couple of days later the Watch Sport was supposed to launch at Verizon, but it was delayed. And now, months later, Verizon’s run with the Android Wear 2.0-based smartwatch has come to an end. As reported by Droid-Life, the LG Watch Sport is no longer available from Verizon, with the wearable pulled from VZW’s digital storefront completely. Verizon confirmed the news, but LG has yet to comment. As.