News and Rumors
In a Chrome OS Canary channel release, a new feature is being tested. The “cast menu” will allow Chromebooks to cast their entire desktop screen to a Chromecast. Now having the
In the market for a new prepaid wireless service provider? You might want to consider ROK Mobile which just officially became available to US residents today. Riding on the backs
David Shuster dropped some good news to those people still hanging on the the aging Moto X (2013) today on Google Plus. He also probably shared the news on other
The DROID Turbo still doesn’t have Android Lollipop, and plans to update the device have been changed and switched around more times that can be counted.
hen the Notti Smart Light by Witti Design first came across my desk, I was largely uninterested. Great, another gadget to fill space and serve no significant purpose. After spending some
If you are an HTC One M9 owner then there is great news for you. HTC is to begin pushing out an update to One M9 users in Europe, the Middle-East
Gionee announces Elife E8 with 6″ QHD and 24MP camera, and Marathon M5 with dual batteries totaling 6,020mAh
It’s unfortunate that sometimes we have to sit and watch China get phone goodies we wish we would. I am sorry to say that the recent news from Chinese phone
Google is putting out some feelers on how they can improve the Google Voice services. They are doing this by offering a raffle for a free Chromecast.
Google has introduced a new feature called Location Aware Search and allows users to easily ask questions about landmarks and building around them with ease
In some leaked screenshots, it seems that Google has been hard at work in regards to updating Hangouts to version 4.0. Check out more details here.
Facebook has released the first game that is playable between you and your friends within Facebook Messenger. Doodle Draw may look familiar but is still fun
Twitter has introduced another feature that allows users to further fine-tune their timelines. Blocking users has just been made a whole lot easier.
Ouya is in talks with Razer to sell itself, according to a CNET report. Currently, the companies are figuring out how to add Ouya’s staff to Razer. Ouya’s service probably will continue