You can already install some Android apps on Chrome, via the Chrome Web Store or by converting them yourself with the ARC Welder, but there aren’t that many working apps available. That may change soon, as users on Reddit have reported that the Play Store will soon be accessible on Chrome OS.
HTC are set to announce their new flagship smartphone, the HTC 10, in an online event later this afternoon. According to some early benchmarks, it’s set to be a more powerful device than the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with a spec list expected to include a Snapdragon 820 processor, a 5.2″ Quad HD screen and a 12-megapixel camera featuring laser autofocus. We’ve already started receiving stock of cases and accessories for the new device, and as you can see from the photos of this Olixar Leather case holding a HTC One M9, it will be almost identical in size to the company’s last flagship.
Last week, it was uncovered that LG have trademarked the name “G5 SE” in South Korea, sparking rumours that it was about to release a smaller version of the LG G5. However, Mobile Fun have today received stock of the official LG G5 QuickCover cases which list compatibility for G5 / G5 SE on the packaging, which seems to confirm that the devices will in fact be the same size (if they are to be different models at all).
Pokémon is finally coming to smartphones, twenty years after the insanely popular videogame franchise first debuted. Pokémon Go is a collaboration between The Pokémon Company and Niantic, a former Google startup that has now gone independent, and it looks awesome. Here’s what we know so far.
A developer beta of Google’s next version of Android, codename N, was released without fanfare earlier this week. We’ve been playing around with N, and we like what we’ve seen so far. Here are the top features and changes in Android N!