The latest version of Samsung's Find My Mobile app comes with a pretty fantastic new feature: Offline support. As in, you can find your phone even if it doesn't have a data connection — assuming everything works right and another Galaxy device stumbles upon it.
LG officially revealed its weird swivel-screened phone last month, dubbed the LG Wing. It's one of the more interesting takes on a dual-screen device we've seen yet, though the $999 price is a lot to pay for an unproven form factor. Thankfully, with AT&T selling the phone, there's a chance you could pay a bit less money.
The Pixel 5 is by most accounts a perfectly decent device when it's functioning correctly. However, a strange issue has popped up that's affecting users who leave their devices on Pixel Stands overnight, causing screens to come back on. This eye-blisteringly bright bug is basically the opposite of bedtime mode, and as of now, not even a glass of warm milk can fix the Pixel 5's sleep problems.
Big TVs never go out of style, and right now, Amazon and Best Buy are offering some killer deals on top-of-the-line Sony smart TVs. Options range in size from 55" all the way up to 85", and they all come with Android TV built in. There are savings of up to $400 to be had during this sale, so if you're in need of a new TV now that it's almost holiday movie watching season, don't skip out on these prices.
Amazon Fire tablets already have deep integration with smart home products, since the Alexa digital assistant comes standard on every model. However, the tablets will soon have even easier ways of controlling smart home devices, thanks to a new button on the navigation bar.
Stadia is almost a year old now, and though it still has a lot potential, it hasn't taken off in the way Google might have hoped. The company has started offering perks for recruiting new members in an effort to broaden the service's reach, but sometimes the best way to make gamers happy is just to add more games. Six new titles are joining the Pro party for November, including Sniper Elite 4 (with HDR support, exclusive to the Stadia version), The Gardens Between, and Hello Neighbor: Hide & Seek.
OnePlus has been managing a series of crises in recent times — it has split from Carl Pei, arguably its most influential co-founder, and is facing stiff, price-competitive adversaries against its newest flagship devices. Now, we can add another one to the pile: the OnePlus Watch.
Verizon started rolling out 5G Nationwide support to existing devices earlier this month, but today it's announcing a phone that works on its other 5G network, too. The company's ultra wideband coverage is only available in parts of select cities, but this new device from TCL is the most affordable way to get access to Verizon's highest 5G UW speeds as well as its 5G Nationwide network.
Apple is preparing to launch iOS 14, and that means there are updates incoming for all of its system apps, including Music. It looks like the company is working on bringing over these latest changes to Android as soon as possible, as the latest Apple Music beta v3.4 already sports almost all of the new stuff that will come to iOS 14: there's a new icon, improved search, autoplay, and Listen Now, which replaces the For You section of old.
Last year, Ubisoft introduced a subscription service giving users access to current and future games from the studio. Google said at the time that the service, then called Uplay+, would be coming to Stadia in 2020. It's been a while since then, and Ubisoft has some big news, rebranding the subscription service and announcing that a beta is coming to Luna and then Stadia before the end of the year.