News and Rumors
So the Sony Xperia Z3+ wasn’t the big update that we were all expecting over the Z3, but it is still a fantastic device with great specs all things considered.
When a company conducts their own social testing on their own product, don’t expect the results to be representative of the whole story, or the truth for that matter. HTC
We received word earlier today that LG is in charge of building the next Nexus smartphone. This is in spite of other reports saying that Huawei was in charge of
The Shanghai Consumer Rights Protection Commission has announced they are taking legal action against Samsung and Oppo over practice of installing bloatware
Sony’s new balloon photo app is not just another camera app that lets you take pictures and add captions and other designs, well, it is to an extent, but what’s
Could BlackBerry be making the Android device we’ve all been waiting for? With a 5.4-inch screen, Snapdragon 808 SoC, 3GB of RAM, Adreno 418 GPU, and a slide-out PHYSICAL KEYBOARD,
Here’s a great solution to multiple devices and only one car charger port from Aukey. This 4-port car charger allows you to connect your tablet, phone and whatever other little
Dots, the original game that was released in 2013 which spawned Two Dots, was updated yesterday to celebrate over 55 million downloads…
A few weeks ago, in anticipation for Fallout 4, Bethesda Software released a mobile game for iOS by the name of Fallout Shelter..
Samsung are getting ready to launch XL versions of their popular Galaxy S6 in the form of the Galaxy Note 5, which will simply be an enlarged version of the
Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure has reached his threshold of T-Mobile CEO John Legere’s antics. Legere, in typical fashion, took to Twitter this week to needle Sprint’s new All-in plans. Calling it
Samsung has been grabbing all of the news lately with their flagship devices. Now comes some news on an entry-level device from Samsung which is limited to Asian countries. In a market
When Android M was officially announced, Google gave the bad news that the Nexus 4, Nexus 10, and Nexus 7 (2012) were not to receive the update due to the
Mobile virtual network operator Helio has returned after about a four-year absence. Back in 2011, Helio’s service ended with Sprint’s takeover of Virgin Mobile, but now it is back with