Now is the time to start checking for updates if you're sitting there with Droid Incredible 2 in your hands. The Android 2.3 Gingerbread update is now rolling out to some -- the update dubbed 2.18.605.4 weighs in at 116.306MB and of course brings plenty of performance enhancements with it.
Overall improvements to the performance of Mobile IM.
Resolved Hotmail sync & connect issues when setting up a one day sync.
Improvements to device connectivity when roaming on global GSM/UMTS networks.
New download manager app
New app and power management details
Improved word selection and copy functionality
Alarm notifications turned off while in emergency mode
Improved device stability
NY Times added to browser bookmarks
Wireless Charging UI added
New desktop dock app
Plus, you get support for that fancy wireless charging battery cover Verizon has made available. We're looking to grab you all a manual download link but in the meantime -- go ahead, check for updates. You may just be among the lucky who are having it arrive on their devices right now.
The Charge 5 is Fitbit's latest fitness tracker, and it's easily the company's best band yet. It's been updated to reflect Fitbit's new design language as seen on the Luxe, Versa 3, and Sense, and it features some of its most advanced health sensors. Even though it's Fitbit's most expensive fitness band ever, we still think you should consider this device over most Android smartwatches.
The iPhone 13 is a minor upgrade on the iPhone 12, but it still will likely outsell its competition by leaps and bounds...unless Google manages to steal some of Apple's customers. Here's why the Pixel 6 is the company's best chance to save the brand and take advantage of Apple's uninspiring year.
The standard strap included with the Galaxy Watch is fine, but a replacement band can offer much more customization. We compiled a list of alternative bands to switch up your style, and some are even reinforced with durable materials, so your wearable can take whatever you throw at it.