Liking your Huawei smartphone so far, but wish it came with stock Android instead of the company’s own software interface? OpenKirin might have the tweak you’re looking for.
Huawei will soon allow a handful of its newer devices to run an online version of Windows 10 on top of Android. The feature will be accessible through Huawei’s Cloud PC service. It’s going to debut first in China, where it was shown off as part of Huawei’s keynote at the CES Asia 2018 trade show.
This week has been huge for the video-game community, with E3 [Electronic Entertainment Expo] 2018 kicking off and filling our timelines with new announcements, teasers, and gameplay videos.
Google I/O time always reminds us to check the state of Android. And for the past years, we have always been disappointed by what we find out. Is this year any different?
Google is taking a different approach in 2018. The technology giant has released the beta edition of the upcoming version of Android — which puts artificial intelligence at the core of the operating system — to smartphones other than its own Pixel series devices.
Today’s a good day to be a PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG Mobile player. On Android at least. As earlier promised, the wildly popular online shooter has received its first major update since its global release.
NBA 2K Mobile is out now for iOS devices, bringing a new arcade-style basketball game with card mechanics to the platform. The game is free but comes with in-game ads and micro-transactions and requires an internet connection to play.
Another hugely popular battle-royale shooter from the PC space has made its debut on smartphones and tablets. Fortnite for mobile devices is now out of the beta stage and is available for download for free on iPhones and iPads.
Time to get your chicken dinner on mobile. After a successful open beta run outside of China, the mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or simply PUBG, has rolled out in many regions around the world, including the Philippines.
NBA 2K18 for Android isn’t the best version of the basketball video game for mobile devices. And months after its release, it still doesn’t offer the same experience as its iOS counterpart, with its last update coming in December of last year.
Despite not bringing anything genuinely exciting to the franchise, NBA 2K18 is one of the most popular mobile games to hit the Google Play Store late in 2017.
We recently published a guide for NBA 2K18 for Android and iOS to help potential new players decide whether to purchase the game or sit this season out, as well as answer the common questions posed by our readers.
There’s a way to stop seeing someone’s posts on Facebook and still stay friends with him. But today, Facebook has taken things further.
Finally. After months of seemingly endless speculation regarding when, and if, NBA 2K18 would ever see the light of day on an Android device, the popular basketball video-game franchise is out now and available for download for P405 in Philippine currency, or roughly $8.
ACK for yet another title, the reigning champ of basketball video games has again been ported to mobile, although it’s only available on iPhones and iPads as of this posting.
IMILAR to what Facebook and YouTube did a while back, Twitter has quietly rolled out the light version of its Android app in the Philippines, where it is currently being tested.
ACEBOOK’S chatbots are becoming the new norm online, enabling companies to reach a wider audience and offer better service. Want to make transactions directly on the Messenger platform? There’s a bot for that.
EW year, new NBA season, new NBA 2K game for mobile devices. The wait has come to an end. NBA 2K18, one of the most popular sports franchises on console and PC, has dropped on mobile. And at around the same time as the launch of last year’s NBA 2K17, too.
OR the first time, devices running Android Nougat have finally surpassed those that are on Android KitKat. Yey? Hold off that celebration. The recent news is not a cause for one.
T’S been 10 years already? On this day a decade ago, open-source advocate Chris Messina proposed using a pound sign (hello, fellow mIRC tambay! Remember this?) to tag topics of interest on Twitter. His tweet was the first ever to include what is now commonly known as a hashtag.
HE 2017-2018 NBA season isn’t due to start until October, but the contest to determine the best basketball video game will be tipping off about a month from today.
ERIAL leaker Evan Blass of VentureBeat tweeted that Android Oreo O — otherwise known as Android 8.0 — is set to arrive on August 21, which is only about a week from today. That’s good news, Android users! Or is it?
O surprises here. The Xiaomi Mi 5X smartphone (click for complete specs) was unveiled today in China. While the 5X is positioned as a midrange option, it doesn’t appear to have stopped the company’s engineers from drawing up a premium-looking device with a big screen and the same dual-camera system found on the flagship Mi 6.
IAOMI fans have something to look forward to toward the end of the month, as the Chinese technology brand just announced it will debut the Xiaomi Mi 5X and MIUI 9 on July 26 at an event in China, per the official MIUI forum.
ODAY’S keynote address at the Google I/O 2017 developer conference saw the announcement of Android Go. What is it, and why should you care? To put it simply, it’s a basic mobile operating system for basic phones.