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These days, games are as much an integral part of owning a smartphone as making phone calls are. Which is not to say that everyone is an avid gamer (Spoiler
LG has extended the deadline for its G4 promotion by roughly nine days. If you’re on the prowl for a new flagship experience and have been thinking about the G4
If you liked the whole concept behind Google’s Project Ara, having the ability to easily swap out your phone’s components in a whim, then you’ll most likely enjoy hearing about the Fairphone
Need to get dad something nice for Father’s Day? T-Mobile thinks he’ll appreciate a new tablet. What’s more, it also believes you’ll appreciate the pricing. T-Mobile is giving away an
Were you pretty torn by the fact that HTC launched a better version of the One M9 shortly after its release and out of your reach? Well, we got some good
NowSecure security researcher Ryan Welton has exposed a security risk that affects over 600 million Samsung devices world wide. The risk comes from the pre-installed Swiftkey keyboard. Samsung gave the
Launched in 2013, Appy Pie took a completely different approach when it came to coding by offering the average business and consumer the ability to create apps using nothing but
After being announced at CES 2015 in January, Kodak has released their first entry into the smartphone market with the IM5 which is available for purchase.
Back in April Facebook’s Messenger team introduced Hello, a contacts app which syncs with your Facebook account and your phone’s contacts info making your..
During a recent interview, one Lenovo executive hinted at what consumers can expect to see this summer in regards to some new phones and wearables.
After launching the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy A7 earlier this year, Samsung is all set to bring a new addition to the Galaxy A series. Today, the
Verizon Wireless and Sony announced today that the Xperia Z4v would be coming exclusively to Verizon this summer. Very similar to the Z3+ and the Z4, the Z4v adds a
SteelSeries announced the Stratus XL Wireless Gaming Controller at E3. The Stratus XL is Stratus’s bigger brother. The controller is designed to connect via Bluetooth to a bunch of different devices.
Google Maps help save the day by taking you to your preferred destinations without any hassle. But every once in a while, it so happens that we have to go..