Posts From Joe Fedewa

Joe Fedewa
Joe Fedewa 1065 posts

Managing Editor at XDA-Developers. Lover of all things with displays.

AT&T and T-Mobile expand their 5G coverage to more cities

Yesterday, Samsung finally took the wraps off the Galaxy S20 series. We were officially introduced to the three new devices: Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. As with a lot of the phone launches we'll see this year, 5G was mentioned a lot. To go along with that, AT&T and T-Mobile are expanding...

Breaking: Mobile World Congress 2020 has been canceled

Mobile World Congress 2020 has been officially canceled. GSMA, the organization that puts on MWC in Barcelona each year, broke the news in a statement to Bloomberg. A reporter from FT and La Vanguardia are also independently reporting the news, and the GSMA issued a statement on its official newsroom. The event is being called...

Essential shuts down: No more PH-1 updates, No GEM phone

Started by former Android co-founder Andy Rubin, Essential burst onto the scene back in 2017 with the Essential PH-1. The company has never released a follow-up to that phone, but it has continued to offer exceptional software support with monthly security patches and major Android OS upgrades right after Google. It turns out that's where...

Samsung Galaxy S10 series gets a $150+ price drop after Galaxy S20 launch

Today has been all about the new Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip. Rightly so, as these devices will kick off Samsung's flagship push in 2020. While the bump in name from Galaxy S10 to Galaxy S20 seems big, they're not monumentally different. In fact, any of the Galaxy S10 smartphones are still...

Hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy S20 series [VIDEO]

Samsung officially took the wraps off the Galaxy S20 series today. We've been waiting a while for this announcement, and for the most part, it seems to have lived up to the hype. Of course, we knew a lot about the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra heading into the event. Pocketnow's Jaime...

Where to watch the Samsung Unpacked Galaxy S20 unveiling live stream

Today is the big day for Samsung's first wave of flagship devices for 2020. We've been hearing about the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip for weeks, but today at Unpacked, everything will finally get the stamp of "official." If you've been following along with all the leaks and rumors up until this point,...

Huawei releases the FreeBuds 3 in new red colorway

The Huawei FreeBuds 3 were released back in September as the company's latest truly wireless earbuds. They feature active noise cancellation and an Apple AirPods-esque design. At launch, the FreeBuds 3 came in two simple colors: white and black. Today, Huawei is announcing a new red option. The FreeBuds 3 Red are the same great FreeBuds...

Moto G Power and Moto G Stylus officially announced with the Snapdragon 665 and Android 10

The Moto G Power (previously referred to as the "Moto G8 Power") and Moto G Stylus have been popping up in headlines for a while now. Just yesterday, the Amazon listing revealed everything about the Moto G Power. The Moto G Stylus has been a little more mysterious, but we knew what to expect. Today,...

Google’s Automatic Call Screen feature is now available on all Pixel phones

Call Screen is a feature that was introduced on the Pixel 3 back in 2018. It essentially allows Google Assistant to act as your literal real-world assistant, taking the call for you and asking questions on your behalf. Late last year, Google rolled out Automatic Call Screen to the Pixel 4, and now it's available...

Android Auto starts showing speed limits during Google Maps navigation for many users

Knowing the speed limit is a critical part of being a safe driver, but it's not always easy to know it. Some roads are poorly marked, and you certainly can't base it on how others are driving. Thankfully, Google has shown the speed limit in the Google Maps mobile app for a while now, but...

NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW cloud gaming service is now open to all

Game streaming services have become increasingly popular in the last year. Google Stadia and Microsoft's xCloud are a few examples, but NVIDIA has one of the oldest services in GeForce NOW. Last August, NVIDIA announced the service would be coming to Android, and in October they started a closed beta. Starting today, anyone can sign...

February 2020 security patches rolling out with fixes for Pixel devices

The shortest month of the year has just begun and Google is rolling out a new batch of security updates. The February 2019 Android security patches include the usual bevy of fixes along with some specific fixes for Pixel devices. The update is rolling out now for the Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 3a,...