23 June 2016 7By Harish JonnalagaddaHuawei's EMUI received a significant boost with version 4.1, which made its debut on the Huawei P9. It looks like the vendor is working to bring the UI closer to stock Android, with version 5.0 said to offer an interface that resembles vanilla Android while offering a lot of customizability.
22 June 2016 82By Kathy McGrawWhile the 2,700mAh battery in LG's Nexus 5X can get you through the day on a single charge, depending on usage, we think you can probably get a little bit more out of it by making a few simple changes.
22 June 2016By Andrew MartonikLooking for a great Android phone but don't want to spend a lot? If you're looking to keep things under the $200 price point then check out this little lot as we round up the very best cheap Android phones.
22 June 2016 15By Luke FilipowiczAlthough Android N will be bringing a split-screen functionality to all Android phones in the near-future, Samsung’s Galaxy series of phones have been able to use multi-window mode for years now. This multitasking feature is extremely useful for people who are tired of moving back and forth between apps.
22 June 2016 60By Russell HollySamsung's Gear VR headset opens the doors to a lot of quality games, but more than a few of those experiences are dramatically improved by adding a gamepad. Here's a quick look at some of the best.
22 June 2016 21By Jared DiPaneFollowing up on the previous Nanodegree program, Google has introduced an Android Basics Nanodegree program aimed to help complete beginners. There is no experience required for this, and the program will open this fall to all Udacity students.
22 June 2016 53By Phil NickinsonSo we hired Michael Fisher. Maybe you've heard of him. And I can honestly say that without question he's is one of those people I'd sign on without any sort of hesitation. Do it. And so we did.
22 June 2016 3By John CallahamThe GSMA group, which runs the annual Mobile World Congress trade show, is teaming up with CTIA to launch Mobile World Congress Americas. It will be held September 12-14, 2017 in San Francisco and will replace the CTIA Super Mobility show that year. The 2016 show will still be held on September 7-9 in Las Vegas.