Teenage developer finally brings iMessage to Android

iMessage is finally available on Android, thanks to 16-year-old developer Roman Scott. The free-to-download weMessage app supports group conversations, sending attachments, and lots more. But there’s one big catch. Apple has already ruled out the possibility of official iMessage support on Android. It’s a big selling point for iOS devices, and the company has no

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Affordable Android beats iPhone X in new speed test

Apple’s new A11 Bionic makes iPhone X blazing fast. It’s faster than its biggest rivals, despite fewer processing cores and slower clock speeds. But there’s a new Android that narrowly beats Apple’s latest in a real-world speed test. And believe it or not, that Android costs half as much as iPhone X. I’m talking about

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Like the original iPhone, Essential Phone gets early price cut

Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone has received a massive price cut just two months after it started shipping. The device was billed as a top contender to iPhone X when it made its debut in May. But supposedly weak demand has forced Essential to slash $200 off its price tag already. The Essential Phone gets a

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Never-ending Apple vs. Samsung battle will continue

Apple and Samsung are headed back to court… again. The two companies are still battling it out over a patent infringement lawsuit that was originally settled in 2012. A successful Samsung appeal means the most recent sum of damages will be reassessed at trial yet again. Apple sued Samsung in 2011 for allegedly ripping off

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