News and Rumors
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge might be the most beautiful Samsung device to date with its beautiful edges and glass front and back, but the question is: Is it also the
Google announced through a white paper that Android is safe and is only getting safer. Everyone should understand that cyber threats are not gone. We witnessed Sony get hacked in
HTC have been busy recently and their latest HTC One M9 Plus device, which they planned to launch in China on April 8th, has just been shown off in a
As leaks continue to pour in about different variants of HTC’s latest flagship device – the One M9, the Taiwanese manufacturer has announced a cheaper version of its old bestseller, the One M8.
The Xperia Z4 is definitely headed for a debut some time this month or next, as more and more details continue to come out. A few days ago, purported specs
Huawei is making its flagship phablet available for purchase in the UK with the launch of the Honor 6 Plus. The new smartphone boasts a 5.5 inch 1080p display, octa-core HiSilicon Kirin
Technology is a train that stops for no one. It moves faster and faster every day, leaving our relatively new devices in the dust as the next stop quickly approaches.
With Quarter 1 of 2015 already behind us, we can look back at the top performing phones of the year so far. Popular benchmarking app Antutu have released their scores
For CM lovers out there you’ll be glad to hear that CyanogenMod 12.1 has been released for the 2014 Moto G which brings Android 5.1 to the device. It’s an
Today, Cricket Wireless announced a partnership with Amazon to sell its Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Universal SIM Card Activation Kit for $9.99. The kit allows customers to switch to
Google has done a lot of work in the past couple of years to implement a better way to game on mobile. When they introduced Google Play Games, a whole
In a bid to integrate virtual reality (VR) to day to day life, LG is giving away Google Cardboards for free with the G3. Google Cardboard can be paired with
Rumors and leaks surrounding Sony’s next flagship, the Xperia Z4, have been relatively quiet. We saw the Galaxy S6/S6 edge, HTC One M9, and now the LG G4 being leaked,
For 35 dollars, you can pick up Google’s Chromecast to play video and music through your TV. Nothing special required other than a smartphone or tablet, the Chromecast is just