For reasons unknown, Huawei has removed all EMUI images from its website

In a surprising turn of events, Huawei has decided to remove all EMUI images for its smartphones from its official website. Usually, Huawei smartphone owners could download and flash ROM images from a dedicated website, which came in handy when new versions of EMUI would be uploaded by the Chinese company.

Now when you visit Huawei’s website that was hosting the download links, you are met with a message that informs you all EMUI images have been removed.

To deliver a more convenient and satisfactory update service, Huawei now only provides online updates …


Android and iPhone games like Player Unknown Battlegrounds, H1Z1, Rust

Lately, the indie market has spurred a new genre of games that are taking the world by storm – the “survive and craft” titles, which later evolved into the “battle royale” adrenaline-infused shooters. We are talking about games like Rust, H1Z1 King of the Kill, and Player Unknown Battlegrounds. These games are all in early access, yet all three are insanely popular.

Well, good news is, when a certain genre for PC or console goes popular, mobile developers start thinking about developing the same type of titles for phones and tablets. Now, this type of games needs …

Unknown reasons have reportedly delayed the official Android O rollout

According to a new piece of information that is floating around, Android O will get delayed due to unknown reasons, which most likely involve a ton of ironing out bugs and issues. Coming straight from Android Police’s David Ruddock, this unconfirmed new rumor basically implies that we wouldn’t see Android O get officially seeded to Pixel devices in mid-August, possibly this or next week, which was the public’s general expectation.
So, when is Android O bound to become official? 
A tough question. With zero insider information …

T-Mobile pulls the LG G6 BOGO deal in the US for reasons unknown

T-Mobile and LG announced a few days ago a promotion on the latter’s flagship, the G6, which will run through May 10 to June 8. The promotional offer would allow customers to buy one LG G6 at full price and receive another one for free.

Even though consumers would have to pay for both phones, LG would send a rebate in the form of a $500 electronic check by email after approximately six weeks.

Well, it looks that the BOGO deal offer on the LG G6 has been pulled by T-Mobile and is no longer available on its website. The carrier issued an internal document addressed …