News tagged: Android

ZTE Releasing Foldable Smartphone In November

One of the first ever foldable smartphones, the ZTE Axon M, is going to become available next month and it will be sold in the United States. The handset comes with two displays that are separated by a hinge, making it a pretty straightforward design.

HTC May Announce U11 Successor On November 2

HTC's follow-up to the U11 smartphone could be introduced on November 2. The company has delivered invitations for an event in Taiwan and since those invites feature a large "U," it appears likely we're going to see the U11's successor. Two devices may be present.

Microsoft's Cortana Arrives In Skype

Cortana, Microsoft's digital assistant, is now available within Skype. You can engage with the assistant in a one-on-one chat format, just like if you were talking with a regular Skype user. Alternatively, the assistant can suggest replies based on your conversations.

India Receiving Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 On October 10

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 will become available in India in less than a week. Xiaomi has officially revealed the phone's release date, October 10. One of the company's executives in India, Manu Kumar Jain, shared the availability information on his Twitter page.

DJI Launches Privacy Mode For Its Drones

DJI is currently the most popular, if not the best, drone maker on the market and they are not slowing down. Following the US Army ban due to possible cyber vulnerabilities, the company has now launched a new feature called Local Data Mode that was announced back in August.

VideoLAN Releases Update For Android App

The popular media player for Android has just received some decent improvements with new version. VideoLAN has released VLC 2.5 for Android that introduces lots of new features and improvements, such as support for 360-degree videos. Other important changes include support

Google Reveals Android Adoption Numbers

Every month, Google releases Android distribution numbers and same happened now for the month of October. Unfortunately, the numbers reveal Android's Achilles heel. Android 8.0 Oreo was released a little over a month ago, but it is struggling to reach new devices and is currently Mobile App Reaches Android, iOS

Blizzard's mobile application is now available on Android and iOS. As of right now, it only comes with limited functionality. You can use it to add other players (via QR code or Battletag), continue chats on-the-go, or see which games your friends are playing.