AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge get Android 5.1

Finally after being on Android 5.0.1 for many months, the AT&T Note Edge and Note 4 are now receiving Android 5.1. I can confirm this information as I just downloaded and...

The problem and future of App Store Optimization

Whenever you go to the Play Store (or App Store, or Windows Store, or whatever store you use) and search for something, the store goes through multiple algorithms to determine exactly...

Samsung now working on Android 6.0 Marshmallow for some devices

As the newest version of Android rolls out to Nexus devices, those of us who are using other flagships are left wondering when it will be our turn. For users in...

Get 160 free magazines for a year free with the purchase of a Samsung...

Samsung has always been one to give free gifts with the purchase of many of their Galaxy devices. From free movies, cloud storage, apps, cases and more, Samsung even has a...

Facebook goes beyond Like, trialing new ‘Reactions’

After long-time rumors of a 'Dislike' button, Facebook will be trialing a new feature that will allow users to share different reactions to posts on the site. The feature, known as 'Reactions', will act as...

Google Play offers discounted games at just 10¢

Google has been known to throw the occasional sale for users, giving big discounts on some popular titles. This time they've got thirteen games that have been marked down to only...

You can buy a OnePlus 2 without an invite for one hour on October...

OnePlus announced in an apology last month that consumers would get a chance to buy the OnePlus 2, their second flagship killer, without an invite at some point. Now we know when. On...

Heat and your phone: Experiment time!

At long last, the generation of the problematic Snapdragon 810 powered devices seems to be drifting off on the horizon. We've already heard multiple rumors about the 820 and what devices it...

SwiftKey debuts Neural Alpha- the first keyboard that thinks for you

Today, SwiftKey took the first step in the next generation of keyboards. The keyboard giant released Neural Alpha, the first version of their newest keyboard that will change the way predictive...
Android Fragmentation

Is Android fragmentation really a problem?

Ever since the early days of Android, one of the biggest arguments against it has been fragmentation. I don't think anyone can argue that fragmentation doesn't exist, but the question that...

18.6 inch Samsung Galaxy View may be AT&T exclusive

A while back, Samsung teased us with a new product bigger than most of us have ever used. It's a tablet called the Galaxy View, aimed at people who want a...

Samsung might ship three Galaxy S7 variants, all with different processors

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have been out for more than six months now so rumors are heating up over their successors, the Samsung Galaxy S7. The rumor spreading...

Verizon will bump unlimited data plan by $20

Unlimited data customers off contract will get the moderate increase Verizon plans to raise the price of its unlimited data plan to $59.99, an increase of $20 per month. While this sounds...

New 32GB Nexus 6 back on Ebay for $299

The sale of the year is back people, the 32GB unlocked and brand new Nexus 6 is on sale at Ebay for just $299. Seller mobilepros1 has a 97.7 rating in...

What does HTC need to do to get back on track?

I need to start by saying I'm partial to HTC phones. Not only because they were my entry into Android phones (like many Android users in fact), but because I stuck...