OnePlus is rolling out Android 6.0.1 to OnePlus X devices starting today. The update will also provide lots of new features including new apps and icon packs.
The patent made by the retail giant reveals a self-driving shopping cart which can guide shoppers to an item, make a cross-sell and go back to the dock if not in use.
YouTube Go is a brand new app designed for devices with slow connections. Users can save videos for offline viewing, as well as share them via Bluetooth.
Google's Pixel phones set to be announced on October makes a debut online. The Pixel and the Pixel XL sports new on-screen keys as well as a rather dated user interface.
German privacy regulators have issued an order to stop Facebook from collecting information from WhatsApp users. The chat service has since announced that it will share data with Facebook after its acquisition in 2014.
Snapchat releases a pair of sunglasses that shoots 10-second videos and syncs it to the Snapchat app. The Spectacles is a fun way of shooting Snapchat videos without a Smartphone.
Clueless iPhone 7 users fell for a YouTube video that shows you can add a headphone jack by drilling a hole in the bottom. The video has gotten a lot of angry comments from people who have apparently tried the procedure and have broken their iPhones.
Google is reportedly releasing Andromeda, its first Android/Chrome hybrid OS, on a Nexus tablet and a convertible laptop. The Nexus tablet is rumored to be manufactured by Huawei, while the laptop is named the Pixel 3 and is set for a 2017 release.
Apple health specialists are looking into improved apps for the Apple Watch. One app is said to track sleep, and another one for monitoring heart rate.