If there's one thing we've talked about a lot here on AC over the past few months, it's Android Pie's navigation gestures.
This new method of navigating Android is one of the biggest changes to the operating system that we've seen in quite some time, and as with any big change, it's been faced with a mixed bag of reactions.
Pie's gestures have certainly improved a lot compared to the earlier days of the first public beta, but even so, there are still a few users that aren't sold on Google's decision here.
What about you? Do you love or hate Android Pie's gestures?
TicWatch Pro 3 GPS Review: A huge leap in performance
The TicWatch Pro line of Wear OS watches have always been on the bulky side and running dated hardware. Despite that, the watches are still stand-out options in the Android smartwatch realm. Mobvoi addresses both of these downsides in the TicWatch Pro 3.
Google's Pixel 4a 5G leaks in its full glory ahead of September 30 launch
UK retailer John Lewis has accidentally posted official renders of Google's upcoming Pixel 4a 5G on its website. The mid-range phone is set to be unveiled at Google's hardware event next week.
Are you happy that the Pixel 5 is getting an ultra-wide camera?
Rumor has it that the Pixel 5 will ditch last year's telephoto camera in favor of an ultra-wide one. How do you feel about this change?
Open your eyes to the world of Linux with the best laptops
Linux has been around forever, and you don't need a desktop computer in order to tinker around and use it. These are the best laptops made to run Linux and come in many different forms, and some of the options may surprise you.