Since its debut, the Google Pixel has been going in and out of stock, especially in the larger XL variant. It’s been a couple of weeks since eager buyers have been able to get their orders in for the 5.5-inch XL, but now the device is back in stock and shipping within 2-5 weeks depending on the variant you buy.
A Nasdaq glitch caused a number of major trading platforms to display Alphabet’s share value as 3.47, some 86% below its true value at the time. The incorrect price for Google’s parent company was shown on Bloomberg, Google Finance, Yahoo Finance and others.
In proper Google fashion, we have seen the company’s latest flagship smartphones come in and out of stock on its online store. The one variant that hasn’t been in stock since pre-orders first opened was the black and white “Panda” variant of the Pixel 2 XL. That is until now…
Alphabet has today posted its Q4 2015 earnings and fiscal year 2015 results. The company reports revenue of .3 billion, which is up 18%. Net income for Q4 2015 was .97 billion. Meanwhile, both Alphabet Class A stock and Class C stock is soaring in after-hours trading, briefly giving Alphabet the top spot as most valuable company in the world.
The LG G6 was announced today at Mobile World Congress featuring a 5.7-inch display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The handset’s abnormally tall screen makes it easier to use two applications at the same time on top of each other but it also makes for unusually thin wallpapers. All of the wallpapers seen below are the stock images that come with LG’s latest flagship…
Google has today pushed an iterative update to its stock Clock app, three months after the app was first released on the Play Store and two months after it got a new paint job. Today’s update brings a hefty bullet list of new features, including the ability to gradually increase alarm volume, new Android Wear features, and more… more…
In the latest installment of their Uncarrier initiatives, T-Mobile today announced their new #GetThanked campaign. The campaign puts a focus on “thanking” T-Mobile customers for their loyalty to the company and brand by giving away free T-Mobile’s stock, gifts and promotions ever Tuesday, and inflight Wi-Fi for domestic fliers with Gogo.
With the launch of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, Samsung finally made the switch to on-screen navigation controls. A lot of users were excited for the added versatility and screen size this change allowed, but the unique new iconography used has been met with mixed reactions.
Thanks to this thread on the XDA Developers forums, however, it’s now possible to replace the default navigation keys with the ones found on stock Android devices … with a few minor setbacks.
At Code Conference this evening, Andy Rubin had a wide-ranging interview to discuss his newest venture. Focusing on the Essential Phone, the creator of Android shared some tidbits about the design decisions behind it.