The next big Nintendo gaming accessory? Cardboard. The games maker unveiled Labo, a DIY add-on system for kids to fold and stick together peripherals from cardboard — proving once again that Nintendo is the good kind of crazy. Elsewhere we've got iP…
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CES 2018 hasn’t exactly been a motherlode of excitement for the smartphone segment, with most announcements centering around accessories such as smart speakers with Google Assistant built-in and Razer’s Project Linda. Luckily, thanks to a certain serial leaker, we now know that HTC is planning on launching a brand new handset called the U11 EYEs […]
Come comment on this article: New report says HTC’s U11 EYEs will launch on January 15th with 6-inch 18:9 display
Good news for Pixel and Nexus owners; Google’s January factory images are now available for you to load up. This is the first security update since Android Oreo 8.1 rolled out last month that brought over some newer features to older Pixel devices, but also enhanced burn-in protection on the Pixel 2 and squashed some […]
Come comment on this article: January factory images for Nexus and Pixel devices are up, but there are issues
You're here, in the middle of the week. Over the last 24 hours, you may have missed that Sprint is buying a huge chunk of Tidal, how Samsung's Note 7 debacle came and went, and the mixed future of games for both the Xbox One's Kinect and Nintendo's 3…
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Sprint is getting ready to launch the Galaxy J3 (2017) on January 6, according to a report from Venture Beat. Not only that, but it’ll be offering it on two of its subsidiaries as well: Boost and Virgin Mobile. We’ve got the details after the break. What you’re seeing in the image above is the […]
Come comment on this article: Galaxy J3 Emerge arrives on Sprint, Boost and Virgin Mobile on January 6
After introducing the Mate 9 last month, Huawei is getting ready to enter the phone into new markets. The United States, one of the fiercest markets due to its domination by two companies, is among the locations Huawei wants to insert its latest flagship. It’s just not known when the Mate 9 will be available […]
Come comment on this article: Prepare to buy the Huawei Mate 9 on January 6 in the U.S.
The Flame in the Flood's distinctive approach to wilderness survival gaming was well-received when it reached PCs and the Xbox One earlier this year, so it's only natural that the game come to PlayStation gamers, right? Right. The Molasses Flood an…
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Canadian carrier Rogers Wireless has today announced that it will initiate the rollout of the long-awaited Marshmallow update for the LG G4 in late January. In addition to bringing the latest build of the open-source operating system to the handset, the upgrade will also transport Google’s latest security patches which fix any critical issues that may otherwise have put user data at risk.
As always, be sure to keep your browser pointed to Talk Android as we’ll let you know as and when the OTA starts rolling out to the handset, along with any details you may need to be aware of in order to make the updating process as smooth as possible.
Come comment on this article: Rogers to distribute Marshmallow update for the LG G4 in late January
Six months after its initial announcement, Samsung might finally be planning to launch the Galaxy Note 5 in Europe by early 2016, according to a variety of different sources. Here’s everything you need to know.
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