Sony held a corporate strategy day earlier today, detailing its medium-term plans for the business to FY 2020 (31 March 2021). An update on each of the businesses was given, including the Electronics Products & Solutions Segment (EP&S) which now houses the mobile communication (MC) business under its umbrella.
The company has since made some changes where in an announcement on its blog, Google has revealed that for Android users living in Europe, they will now be given a choice and asked which browser they want to use and even which search applications they might prefer, even if it does not necessarily mean using Chrome or Google search.
Android has always allowed users to choose their own preferred apps for launching certain actions, but we suppose that might not have always been clear. These changes will make it so that users are aware that if they do want to change their browser from Chrome to Firefox or Opera or Edge, they can go ahead and do so.
With so many smartphones out there, it is quite possible to forget the model name of your Android device. It can happen to all of us. So what do you do when you can’t recall which phone you have?
In this tutorial, we are going to be showing you how to identify your Android smartphone’s model, in a matter of seconds.
With Essential having rolled out the Android 9.0 Pie update to the Essential Phone and with Huawei confirming that the update is in the works for their phones, we’re sure that there are many other Android users wondering about the status of their update on their device. For those who are using HTC, it seems that HTC has confirmed the update as well.
According to the company, they have confirmed that HTC’s phones from 2017 and 2018 are eligible for the update. This includes the HTC U11, U11 Plus, U11 Life, and the U12 Plus. We’re not sure if the company has plans to update its older devices at a later date, but in the meantime these are the phones that have been confirmed to receive the update.
Honda recently renewed its U.S. trademark for the name "CDX," which the Japanese carmaker first applied for in 2015. Back then, observers expected the name to apply to an Acura version of the Honda HR-V, and they were right — but no one expected the CDX would go on sale only in China, in 2016.
For the past two years, the U.S. auto media has speculated on whether the CDX will ever make it here.