This week we reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, went hands-on with the new Honor 8, and took a first look at Fuchsia, Google’s mysterious new OS. Here’s the news of the week!
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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 review With the best features of the Galaxy S and Note line, the latest Note has a lot to offer but is it worth its price? You don’t want to miss our full Samsung Galaxy Note 7 review!
Honor 8 hands-on The new Honor 8 is coming to the US market, but what does this stylish, premium smartphone have to offer? Find out in our quick Honor 8 hands-on.
Moto Z Force vs LG G5 – modular or mods? Modularity may be the future, so we compare the two smartphones that offer this in their own way. Here’s an in-depth look at the LG G5 vs Moto Z Force!
5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week Google Duo is out, Dues Ex GO, the future of Hangouts — you don’t want to miss the latest episode of Joe’s Android Apps Weekly show.
What we learned from running Fuchsia, the mysterious new OS from Google We built Google’s new Fuchsia OS from its source code and took it for a test drive. This is what we found out.
Which country has the fastest mobile network? OpenSignal’s latest global research reveals the countries with the fastest mobile networks, the best coverage, and who uses the most Wi-Fi.
Android 7.0 release date is August 22, according the Telus According to Canadian carrier Telus, it looks like Android 7.0 Nougat isn’t too far away.
Why Huawei’s processor coming to the US is a big deal Huawei’s Honor 8 smartphone is set to be the company’s first handset to land in the US powered by its in-house Kirin 950 SoC. Here’s why that’s important.
Back to school tech guide 2016: the definitive gadget list for work and fun In this guide, we gather up a list of the best tech gadgets for this back to school season.
Why Google Duo has very little chance of succeeding Google Duo launched today on Android and iOS but already the ‘features’ intended to make it a winner are working against its chances of ever catching on.
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