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Masimo’s Slim and Portable Rad-97 Pulse CO-Oximeter FDA Cleared and Now Available

Masimo won FDA clearance and just announced full market release of its Rad-97 Pulse CO-Oximeter. It’s available as is, or with either a built-in...

Google is Preparing for Tighter Android/Chrome OS VPN Integration

Google has gone down a number of paths in their goal to get Android applications working on Chrome OS. We first learned about ARC...

OnePlus 3T Receives Leaked Build of HydrogenOS Based on Android 8.0 Oreo

We’ve seen a number of OEMs such as OnePlus, Nokia, Sony, and others say they’re currently working on the Android 8.0 update, so it’s...

Amazon Reportedly Making Alexa Smart Glasses

Does anybody remember Google Glass? They were a set of smart glasses which showed information in a hands-free smartphone-type environment. They didn’t do all...

No, Android Oreo’s Rescue Party is not the bootloop fix you were looking for

At XDA, we’ve been extensively covering the latest release of Google’s Android OS: Android 8.0 Oreo. Android Oreo brings a ton of new features,...

T-Mobile and Sprint Allegedly in Talks Over Potential Merger

The two American telecoms giants, T-Mobile and Sprint, are allegedly in talks to conduct a merge, following a similar attempt earlier on in the...

HTC to Halt Stock Trading Tomorrow, Rumored Google Acquisition Seemingly Imminent

To say that HTC has been having a bit of a financial issue is an understatement. The company’s financial reports show massive losses thanks...

OnePlus Teams Up With Castelbajac for an Exclusive Limited Edition of the OnePlus 5

OnePlus, as a company, has always been known for their bold marketing. Last year, they’ve struck a partnership with renowned French pop-up store Colette...

The Google Pixelbook will be Google’s New Convertible Chromebook, Starting at $1,199

Google is now preparing to announce their newest fleet of in-house devices, which, just like last year, includes their take on many different household electronics....

Chainfire Announces Firmware.mobi, a Website Hosting Stock Boot and Recovery Images

If you’ve ever tried to search for stock images to fastboot flash on your device, it can be pretty annoying. Having to navigate old...

Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Receives Unofficial Port of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 ROM

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has just been released a few days back, but it’s notable in the software department for being the one...

Medtronic Unveils Concerto 3D Detachable Coil System for Peripheral Vasculature

At the ongoing Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE) meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, Medtronic has unveiled its new Concerto 3D Detachable Coil System....

Google Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL Colors Leak, Prices Start at $649/$849 Respectively

The Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL are finally coming, with the Pixel 2 reportedly manufactured by HTC and the Pixel 2 XL made by LG....

Google Daydream View 2017 Refresh Brings New Colors at a $100 Price Point

We’re learning a lot today about the products that Google will allegedly launch this upcoming October 4th. First, we heard additional details of the Google Home...

Pentax Unveils Easier to Clean Duodenoscopes Thanks to Disposable Business End

Endoscopes in general can be tricky to clean, a serious problem in the industry, but duodenoscopes have something called an elevator that makes them...

Google Home Mini Images Leaked, Will Reportedly Cost $50

Google was late to the market with Google Home (and really Google Assistant in general), but the company has slowly been expanding its feature...

Startup Company Wants to Extend Qi Wireless Charging to 12 Inches

Some Android smartphones have had some form of wireless charging for years now. Many have heard of Qi wireless charging, but PMA has been...

Google Nexus 4 Receives a Port of Android 8.0 Oreo

While OEMs ignore some of their older smartphones, the developer community here at XDA continues to work hard to keep them alive. Just yesterday,...

Android Oreo Bug Causes an Issue with Apps that Inject Context Menu Options

A feature that was introduced in Android 6.0 Marshmallow allowed for 3rd-party applications to add an item to a text’s context menu. This has...

Google Play Music Adds an Option to Stop Automatic Playback

There are times in which you connect a Bluetooth device to your smartphone or tablet and find out that Google Play Music, Pandora, or...