Go ahead, have another one! 11 ride-hailing apps to get you home safely

New Year’s Eve in New York City has been a mammoth affair ever since Adolph Ochs, then owner of the New York Times, rang in the 1908 New Year with a fireworks display...

How to play YouTube videos in the background on iOS and Android

Playing YouTube videos in the background can be a real chore. Thankfully, apps such as Safari and Firefox -- along with the premium offerings like YouTube Red -- make it...

Android users: You can preregister for ‘Super Mario Run’ right now

Android users could be receiving Super Mario Run sooner rather than later, as the game is available for pre-registration right now. It launched earlier this month for iOS devices and...

iPhone 7 was a top holiday gift, but Apple Watch is fading

More iPhone 7 devices were unwrapped over the 2016 holidays compared with Google Pixel smartphones, according to new data released by analytics service Mixpanel. Specifically,...

How to use Safe mode in Android

When you have an issue with your phone, Safe mode can help you determine whether a third-party app is to blame. If you’re wondering how to access it, or how...

LG G6 news and rumors

Rumors are circulating about LG's next flagship smartphone, the G6. Whatever the company has in store for us, the phone will have to be a stunner, as LG failed to...

How to install Flash on an Android phone or tablet

When Google released Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in 2012, Flash support found itself on the cutting room floor, no longer downloadable in the Google Play Store and dropped from the...

Master your ZTE Axon 7 with these handy tips and tricks

ZTE's beautiful Axon 7 is a smartphone to be reckoned with right out of the box, but a few tweaks here and there make it an even better phone. Here...

Cyanogen failed to kill Android, now it is shuttering its services and OS as...

It’s been a rocky few months for Cyanogen, the ambitious startup that aimed to build a better version of Android than Google. It has laid off...

This tech could dramatically improve image quality in existing smartphones

A company called Almalence is working on an app that drastically improves image quality in today’s phones, without requiring any new hardware. Similar to how HDR photography works, it samples...