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The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have been out for more than six months now so rumors are heating up over their successors, the Samsung Galaxy S7. The rumor
We take a look at ES File Explorer, one of the most popular file explorers. With the app, you can access and analyze files, play music, and much more.
TYLT, makers of popular products like the TYLT Vu and Energi+ backpack, are launching a new product that aims to be the solution to your charging problems. The Energi Charging
Google is taking on the problem of slow loading mobile web pages. One would logically think with faster LTE and WiFi speeds that web pages should load faster as speeds
OnePlus, the famous “Flagship Killer” company released their second generation smartphone just this past summer. OnePlus may not be the best at not creating controversy through their awkward marketing campaigns,
In a blog post today, Sony has announced that 14 of their devices will be updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. No ETAs were promised, but 14 devices is an ambitious
Mother Nature can only be responsible for flowers. The colors, shapes, and beauty of Mother Nature’s creations can’t be replicated but should be appreciated. Here are some wallpapers of beautiful
Many of us favor Motorola’s approach to smartphone software, not deviating too much from the true Android experience. One benefit to this is that you get more reliable OS updates. Being
After years of suing everyone in sight, it appears that Microsoft is in the market to make some friends. This week they’ve announced a deal to end a patent war
Over the past month we have featured deals from gearbest.com. Some of the deals seem too good to be true, but they’re not. I had the chance to interview gearbest.com’s
Nextbit is a new company (with people from companies like HTC and Google) that placed their new phone, the Robin, on Kickstarter a month ago. The Robin is akin to
Looks like LG is as excited as we are about it’s V10 smartphone, the first in a new premium line from the South Korean company, so much that it announced
Google obviously stole the spotlight this morning with its barrage of announcements, but HTC had some things to say as well. We’ve previously heard about HTC’s event in Japan, and
So looks like the leak yesterday turned out true. Today, along with a handful of other exciting devices, Google announced the Pixel C – an Android-powered Pixel-branded tablet. So what’s so
When a new Android version gets announced, it can be both an exciting and frustrating time. Not everyone has the cash to upgrade phones frequently, so we can be left holding