Google has finally published the factory images for Android 8.0 Oreo for its Nexus Player device, which is currently the oldest supported device in Google’s lineup of Nexuses and Pixels. Read more…

Sony has launched its latest mid-range addition to the firm’s X-series line-up, the Xperia XA1 Plus, in India. The handset offers a good camera and some pretty decent specs at the price of ₹24,990. Read more…

Dungeon Masters can rest a bit easier now that the library of Dungeons and Dragons core rulebooks will soon be available in an easy-to-lug digital edition. Instead of a stack of heavy paper-bound volumes, you’ll be able to take your iPad or Android tablet to your next gaming session loaded up with the upcoming D&D Reader app, which should be available this fall.

After images of the G10 leaked yesterday, news comes that the phone is actually in the Mate 10 family, and will be the cheapest of the group, despite some rather impressive features over its siblings. Read more…

Today, Google and Motorola announced that the Moto X4 will have an Android One flavor, and it will be supported by Google’s own cellular service, Project Fi. The device will cost $399. Read more…

To date, Amazon’s devices with hands-free voice control have been decidedly static. At last, though, they can go where you do. The internet shopping giant is launching an updated Fire HD 10, and it’s the company’s first tablet with hands-free Alexa built-in. If you want to turn down the lights or check the weather, you don’t have to tap the screen or wander within earshot of an Echo. This is far from new in the mobile world (just ask anyone familiar with “hey Siri” or “OK Google”), but it’s definitely helpful if you want access to Alexa’s skills when your tablet is across the room.

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Despite leaving the device off of its list of phones to be upgraded, Lenovo has confirmed that it will be upgrading its Moto G4 Plus handset to the latest version of Android, 8.0 Oreo. Read more…

It’s fair to say that it appears that we are all going to have to live with “cutouts” at the top of the screen in flagships until they figure out how to put a camera and sensors under display instead. Read more…

Essential PH-1 owners can now use the smartphone on Verizon’s network without any problems. The device has completed its Verizon certification according to a tweet by Andy Rubin, the Essential CEO. Read more…

Today, Lenovo announced which of its Motorola phones will receive the Android 8.0 Oreo update, which will begin rolling out this autumn. Devices include the Moto Z2 Force, and more. Read more…

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