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LG has obviously taken notice of how well affordable phones are doing and have decided to roll out a new lineup of affordable phones. The South Korean technology giant is
Better late than never? That’s exactly the case with Asus’s ZenFone variant that packs 3x optical zoom – the ZenFone Zoom. If you don’t remember, the ZenFone Zoom was actually
Gone are the days when people used to get awed by devices with 4GB of RAM as Huawei is set to unveil the P9 at CES 2016, which could boast of a massive
It’s already the beginning of a brand new year, and we’re excited to see what 2016 has in store for us. Last year, 2015, was an eventful year in the Android
I don’t know about you, but I hate when I see a phone that I’ve been eyeing not launch on my particular network. AT&T is one of those infamous carriers
Ready to start the year off right? This is the year you become an expert photographer or Android developer, right? Of course it is! And we’re here to cheer you on and
Why not ring in the new year with a new phone? Being that Amazon is the internet’s largest retailer, it may be that you’re sitting on Amazon gift cards from the holidays.
The standard contract plans are fast becoming a thing of history, and AT&T has become the latest carrier to bid adieu to its two-year locking period. In order to buy a new
What if the iPhone ran Android, and Google didn’t allow iOS users to use Google Search, Gmail and YouTube?
I finally got back to San Diego, after a ten day holiday vacation with my family. I had a great time celebrating and feasting with the ones I love. Being
Any of our regular readers will note that many of our writers believe that the future of Android is in unlocked phones available direct from the Manufacturer. KPHONE comes in
The Play Store is flooded with games and apps that follow the “freemium” approach of making money, and statistics show that this is the best way of generating revenue rather
Flagship phones Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge I think we can all agree this iteration to Samsung’s flagship brought the biggest change to design and build. And it was about
Google has announced that it will move away from Java application programming interfaces (APIs) in favor of OpenJDK from Android N onwards. It is noteworthy that OpenJDK is an open-source version of Oracle’s Java
When the Samsung Gear S2 debuted, it was met with a fair mix of criticism and praise. Most of its criticism stemmed from its use of Samsung’s homegrown OS, Tizen,