Ever wish that when you were at home you could have nearly full control of everything in your house, right from your Android device? Google has just announced at Google IO that they will be bringing Android at Home to developers, giving them the ability to allow controls of just about anything from an Android device. Imagine being able to have your alarm clock app slowly turn on the lights, while starting your favorite music to wake up to, or having your lights turn on at certain times, controlled right from your device? Well, it is all going to be able to be accomplished soon enough as long as the developers are willing to take their imagination to the next level.
Motorola RAZR 2 rumored to come with a bigger 6.7-inch main display
A new rumor claims the Motorola RAZR 2, which is likely to debut sometime in the third quarter of the year, will have a 6.7-inch main display and a slightly larger cover display.
Daily COVID-19 updates: CES 2021 will be an in-person event
COVID-19 has caused untold devastation around the globe, with entire industries shutting down in the wake of the virus. Here's how coronavirus is affecting the tech industry.
The OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro can now record videos in HEVC format to save space
The latest OxygenOS update for the OnePlus 8 series phones brings support for H.265 video encoding. It also comes with the May 2020 security patch and several optimizations.
Ditch the wires with these Qi car chargers
Plugging in your phone every single time you get in the car is tedious and easy to forget, so upgrade your life and get yourself a Qi charging mount instead.