Chainfire, a popular mobile developer, has unlocked the bootloader of the Google Pixel, but gave no word on how long it will take to become operational. We suspect it shouldn’t take very long, but anything is possible with tech.
LG is reportedly giving the LG G6 an iris scanner. It is one of the features that some believe the company is introducing to replace the modular feature that has set the flagship apart from competitors in 2016.
The Blue Coral Samsung Galaxy S7 edge is now set to launch in the United States, and it could soon become available at AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon.
Oculus has launched a third standalone sensor for the Oculus Rift that will allow the setup of a room-scale VR. It is now available for preorder and will start shipping on Dec. 13.
The Asus Zenwatch 3 has already been made available for preorder, although it appears to be selling out fast. The wearable device not only looks and feels premium, but it is also quite sturdy, as it is made from jewel-grade stainless steel.
Lenovo is expected to announce a new Moto M smartphone in the near future. Specs for the smartphone have leaked and show it will feature a massive 5,100 mAh battery.
The OnePlus 4 rumor mill keeps churning out more details, and according to the latest bit, the upcoming flagship killer has a June or July release date and a Snapdragon 830 to boot.
The LG V20 has barely launched but a root is already available, ready to unlock more options for the powerful device. The root involves installing TWRP to flash SuperSU and a number of users are already reporting successful outcomes.
Google is facing delays in shipping its new Pixel and Pixel XL to customers, as sales have exceeded expecations. Some customers are receiving emails with an apology and $50 Google Play credit.
Apple released the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in September and customers are facing long wait times on certain models. Here’s an update on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus ship dates from Apple.