Motorola has said in the past that the Moto X line would not be returning, but recent leaks of the Moto X4 have proved that the company's since changed its mind. Our latest leak comes courtesy of Anatel, Brazil's homologation agency, and brings with it a number of pictures that reveal the device at all angles. Read More
We've seen a lot about the Pixel 2, including renders and rumored specs. However, this is the first time we're seeing live photos of the device. There's good news and bad news; while the phone does feature what appear to be front-facing speakers, there is reportedly no headphone jack on board. Read More
Pixel fever is sweeping the internet, and there's no cure. We're all doomed to suffer until Google unveils these hotly anticipated devices, but there are some new details today courtesy of VentureBeat to tide you over. At the top of the list, there's a picture (above) of the smaller 2017 Pixel. It's a mix of old and new. Read More
There are some hardware advances that make sense—moving to the USB Type-C standard, for example. It's a pain at first, but the benefits are clear. Removing the headphone jack, however, seems dumb at this juncture. Still, SamMobile says that Samsung is planning to drop this port in the upcoming Galaxy S8. Boo. Read More
HTC might be responsible for building the new Pixel phones, but its name won't be on them. HTC is still working on its own HTC-branded devices, including the unannounced HTC Bolt. Noted leaker of things, Evan Blass has some images of this phone, and guess what it doesn't have... a headphone jack. What a time to be alive. Read More
For Aviate users, 2014 has made for an uncertain year thus far. Yahoo announced its acquisition of the home screen replacement at this year's CES, and we haven't heard a peep since. Well, today the launcher has just received its first major update of the year, and this one includes a new space that activates whenever you plug in a pair of earphones. Read More
The folks behind Pressy were only looking for $40,000 from their Kickstarter campaign, but they have made somewhat more than that. With 5 days to go, Pressy is closing in on $650,000. To give it a little more steam coming into the home stretch, the creators are offering one more stretch goal to enable long-press screenshot capture and editing.
If you've ever wanted to mark up a screenshot, you probably had to jump into an app to do it. If Pressy hits the goal, it will get an additional feature that triggers a screenshot when long-pressed. But that's not all – you can also doodle on the screenshot without going anywhere. Read More