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Night Mode is still accessible in the final version of Android 7.0 Nougat

It has been more than 5 months since Google dropped the first developer preview for Android Nougat. Now, it's officially here. We're periodically adding any new features we find, such as how Night mode is still accessible.

Acer might launch a gaming smartwatch, but would you wear it?

Acer is rumored to introduce a smartwatch in the near future, and to make it standout, it'll be one made for gamers. Exactly what that means isn't known, but here's what we think we know about the watch so far.

Microsoft takes a crack at organizing the workplace with Project Sonoma

Microsoft's Project Sonoma, a workplace chat app for Android and iOS, helps employees manage shifts by reflecting them digitally. It's available in technical preview right now, with a broader launch to follow.

Android 7.0 Nougat aims for inclusivity with its 72 new emojis

Google has finally taken the wraps off of the newest version of Android, Android 7.0 Nougat, which comes with a number of great new emojis. Here are the new one you'll get in the new operating system.

Gionee S6s might be average on the inside, but it’s all style on the outside

Chinese manufacturer Gionee announced the S6s, a slightly improved version of the S6 it announced a few month ago. Much like the original, the S6s focuses on the selfie lover crowd with a strong front-facing sensor.

Apple and Samsung positively dominate smartphone profits worldwide

Samsung and Apple dominate smartphone profitability worldwide, and it's not even close. According to an analysis by Cannaccord Genuity, the two smartphone makers combine to make up more than 100 percent of the industry's profits.

T-Mobile subscribers can now get access to free Wi-Fi in Singapore — for now

If you're a T-Mobile customer traveling to Singapore, you'll no longer need to leave your internet connection behind. T-Mobile has announced a new initiative allowing T-mobile subscribers to access hundreds of Wi-Fi hotspots in Singapore.

Forget the assembly line: MIT is making phones that can assemble themselves

Phones may soon not be so hard to assemble -- MIT is building phones that can build themselves. The process simply involves a little energy, a self-locking parts system, and a tumbler.

Find your fitness with our favorite health and fitness apps for Android

Need a little extra help getting into shape? These 22 fitness apps will allow you to turn your Android phone into a pocket-sized workout companion that's just as fit for your pocket as your wallet.

Light up the night: the 6 best flashlight apps

The addition of a flashlight utility in smartphones may have been the kill shot for many third-party apps, but many of today's flashlight apps come loaded with convenient features that push your smartphone's functionality beyond its native…

Get ready to see Xiaomi phones offered the U.S. 'in the near future'

Chinese technology juggernaut Xiaomi may finally be ready to soon enter the U.S. market, as company vice president Hugo Barra confirmed it will do so sometime "in the near future."

Samsung may want to sell you a cheap, refurbished Galaxy smartphone

Samsung may be working on a plan to sell refurbished Galaxy smartphones. The scheme is rumored to operate behind Samsung's existing upgrade program, and utilize the devices returned to it.