In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
Lenovo hasn't been issuing Android security updates to Moto phones frequently. Will it issue timely updates to the new Moto Z and Moto G4? Lenovo says security patches will go through, but doesn't say how frequently.
Yelp's new Pokémon Go filter helps you find businesses near Pokéstops, and after launching in the U.S., is now available in the U.K, and other countries. The feature is part of Yelp's apps and website.
Police in Michigan recruited a university professor to create a 3D mold of a dead man's finger, which they intend to use to unlock and iPhone. It's the first time the technique's been employed in an active investigation.
It looks like the Moto Z Play will do away with the thinness of its sibling, the Moto Z, in favor of including a headphone jack. The report shows that Lenovo may not be as committed to a wireless future as previously thought.
It looks like Samsung has some competition -- LG is reportedly working on a foldable phone to be released sometime next year. In fact, the company is said to have outfitted one of its factories to mass produce these foldable phones.
Don't pay $650+ for a smartphone. Samsung, Apple, LG, and HTC want you to think premium comes at a high price, but flagship killers like the OnePlus 3 and the ZTE Axon 7 prove you can get the same for much less.