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10 tricky HTC 10 problems and how to fix them

If you’ve run into a thorny issue with your HTC 10, allow us to provide a potential solution. These are the most common issues surrounding HTC 10 and a few bits of advice on how you might overcome them.

Privacy under threat as mobile network adds discreet tracking tech to new phones

Japanese mobile network NTT Docomo has admitted that several new phones, including the Galaxy S7 Edge, will have a feature that allows it to discreetly track the device's location, without the owner knowing.

10 tempting HTC 10 cases to style and protect your new phone

Check out these 10 cases and covers for the HTC 10, so you can safeguard your new smartphone from any dings that might wreak havoc on your phone's chamfered frame or stunning display.

Android Pay gains ATM cash withdrawal, better web support, and more

Google introduced a bevy of new features to its Android Pay platform at the company's I/O 2016 developer conference in San Francisco. One particularly nifty one? The ability to withdraw cash from ATMs.

Lenovo gives cheap phone buyers a choice by splitting the Moto G in three

Motorola and new owner Lenovo have announced the Moto G4, Moto G4 Play, and the Moto G4 Plus, three new affordable smartphones that shun basic specifications, and pack in useful features and plenty of power. Here's what you need to know…

Want Android Auto in your rust bucket? It’ll soon work independently via mobile app 2:30

Android Auto will soon be able to function as a stand-alone app, meaning you won’t need a new car to use it. In addition, Android Auto will add Waze, wireless connectivity, and automaker-specific apps in the coming months.

Android N gains Freeform Mode, showing what Android might look like on a desktop

Android N's Freeform Mode has officially been unveiled as part of a developer presentation on multi-window mode at Google I/O 2016. The mode essentially gives apps their own windows, as you would find on a desktop operating system.

Google is finally letting families share paid apps on multiple devices

Google is finally set to allow families to share apps across multiple devices. The feature, called Family Library, essentially means that an app will only need to be purchased once within a family to be used by all family members.

Recapping day one at Google I/O 2016

Google I/O is almost upon us, and you can be sure to see more details on the upcoming version of Android N, Android VR, an Amazon Echo competitor, and more. The keynote begins at 10 a.m. P.T. on May 18 and will feature CEO Sundar Pichai.
Virtual Reality

Project Tango can remember where it's been, making AR work even when your device is distracted

Google's Project Tango has been improving steadily over the last year. It took a big step forward at I/O 2016, with location awareness and improved object permanence added to help track virtual objects.
Home Theater

Xiaomi’s Mi Box gives Android TV lovers their 4K fix, and it’s headed stateside

At Google's 2016 I/O developer conference, Chinese company Xiaomi unveiled the 4K Mi Box, set-top hardware bound for U.S. shores later this year. It features support for 4K video and HDR.

Android N has no name (yet), but it does have VR, split window, and more

Android N is coming out later this year, and Google is steadily revealing more about the new operating system. We're looking forward to more power, less battery consumption, and even VR support. Here's everything you need to know about…