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Official LineageOS builds now available for select phones (CyanogenMod evolved)

The former developers of the popular CyanogenMod software for smartphones and other devices have been migrating to a new project called LineageOS for the past few weeks. Now they’ve released the first official builds of LineageOS. It’s already available for download for a small set of phone, and eventually there will be official builds for more than 80 devices. Unofficial builds have actually been available for a while, since the source code is available for anyone to compile on [Read Entire Story]

LG G6 photo shows off some rounded corners

We've already learned a lot about LG's next mobile standard-bearer, but a picture posted by The Verge provides a look at the G6 -- well, half of it anyway. We can't tell much about its tall 2:1 (1,440 x 2,880) screen ratio without seeing the rest of... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Edition leaks out

Not too long ago, Samsung introduced the Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition, which features a Batman theme and tags along with the video game Injustice: Gods Among Us. Now Samsung is prepping another special edition phone. The handset isn’t official, but serial leaker Evan Blass has published promotional images for the upcoming handset that show what the Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Edition looks like. There are the familiar Olympic rings on the back case in a bright blue color, and that same blue [Read Entire Story]

Top 5 Apps for a Cool Smart Home Setup

Year 2016 may be more known as the year when virtual reality will further advance but we’ve also been saying that smart home technology will also level up. Several OEMs have fully ventured into the business. Lenovo showed off its connected home idea and a pair of smart rubber shoes recently. ASUS went ahead with a Zenbo home robot. Philips has been busy rolling out new Android TVs with Google Cast powers and updating the Philips Hue Gen 2 app. Meanwhile, Xiaomi has launched the Mi Cube, a small [Read Entire Story]

Paranoid Android is back with a new Marshmallow-based custom ROM

Paranoid Android is a custom version of Android known for building unusual features on top of Google’s mobile operating system. Halo, PIE controls, and Hover, for example, presented new ways to multitask, deal with on-screen navigation buttons, and interact with notifications. But it’s been a few years since Paranoid Android released a new ROM. Phone maker OnePlus hired some of the project’s lead developers in 2015 to work on the company’s own OxygenOS software. Continue [Read Entire Story]

YouTube has a new way to save on data costs for Android users in India

It’s not uncommon for YouTube fans in India to switch to lower resolution playback so they can save on mobile data charges; carriers’ fees have been high for years and aren’t much cheaper even in 2016. Google hopes to help with that by introducing a new feature in YouTube’s Android app, called Smart Offline. It lets you download videos to your device only during those hours when mobile data is less expensive – usually after midnight and before dawn. To use it, find [Read Entire Story]

Motorola ready to announce the new Moto at the Lenovo Tech World

Motorola is scheduled to announce a new Moto phone at the Lenovo Tech World happening later today at 10AM (PST). June 9 is set for a special Moto announcement and we're excited to know what new smartphone Motorola has prepared for its fans. In case you've been living under a rock, Lenovo already owns Motorola so we'll hear the keynote at Lenovo's Tech World event happening in San Francisco. We've got an official invite to the Moto announcement. Motorola noted that "Moto will transform mobile in [Read Entire Story]

Chrome 51 on Android brings tabs back

Now that Google has officially released Chrome 51 on Android, it's reversed a change that came with Lollipop in 2014. That release of Android brought in the option to "Merge tabs and apps" which put open tabs in the app switcher instead of all in one... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Google to reveal Android N soon as #NameAndroidN submission ends

Google I/O is over and there's still no announcement on what's going to be our next Android N. We heard Google employees are internally calling it as 'NYC' so we thought it could be New York Cheesecake but then it's too long. Android N Developer Preview has rolled out already and is now ready for numerous phone models. In fact, several updates have been released as well. The mockup images we saw a few months earlier predicted the future. Android N Previews are available for Android One’s [Read Entire Story]