July 23, 2014

News & Rumors

  • finalfantasy
    Final Fantasy III and IV now 50% off on Google Play

    Two great classic JRPGs, Final Fantasy III and Final Fantasy IV, are usually fairly expensive ...

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  • google play store 4.9.13
    Download and install Google Play Store 4.9.13 aka Material Design update [APK]

    It was just a matter of time when Google will release this update of the Google Play Store. ...

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    Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ Review

    Lenovo is back again with another addition to the Yoga tablet line. It’s safe to say that ...

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  • Save
    “Save Once, View Anywhere” with Facebook’s new feature

    Facebook is introducing a new ‘Save’ feature which, like many other apps and ...

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  • Android-L
    No updates planned for Android L Developer Preview

    If you are one of the many Nexus 5 owners and even some Nexus 4 owners who have the Android L ...

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  • strava_g_watch1
    Watch This App: Strava Running and Cycling GPS

    Biking, jogging, and running gets even better now that Strava offers support for Android Wear. ...

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  • strava_g_watch
    Watch This App: Strava Running and Cycling GPS

    Biking, jogging, and running gets even better now that Strava offers support for Android Wear. ...

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  • lg-g3-lte-a-805
    LG formally introduces G3 Cat 6

    LG haven’t wasted any time building on their latest flagship LG G3 device by formally ...

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    Accessory of the Day: Jackery Giant+ 12000mAh External Battery Pack [69% OFF]

    Headed to the beach or an amusement park this summer? You’re going to want to ensure ...

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Final Fantasy III and IV now 50% off on Google Play

finalfantasy

Two great classic JRPGs, Final Fantasy III and Final Fantasy IV, are usually fairly expensive on the Google Play Store, but for a limited time you can get them for half off the normal price. The games usually sell for $15.99 and are currently $7.99. This may still be slightly expensive for a ...

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Download and install Google Play Store 4.9.13 aka Material Design update [APK]

google play store 4.9.13

It was just a matter of time when Google will release this update of the Google Play Store. We’ve seen it leak recently and the rollout started today. Google+ got the Material Design overhaul first and is now followed by the Play Store which reached version 4.9.13. Let’s see ...

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“Save Once, View Anywhere” with Facebook’s new feature

Save

Facebook is introducing a new ‘Save’ feature which, like many other apps and services, allows you to save articles or posts you see in your News Feed and view them at another time. This feature can be perfect for quickly getting caught up on your News Feed without viewing every post ...

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No updates planned for Android L Developer Preview

Android-L

If you are one of the many Nexus 5 owners and even some Nexus 4 owners who have the Android L developer preview on your phone as a daily driver, you might be sad to see that the developer preview will not be updated. While the build is intended for developers to get a peak... Read More

Watch This App: Strava Running and Cycling GPS

strava_g_watch1

Biking, jogging, and running gets even better now that Strava offers support for Android Wear. Users can now start and stop activities using their voice, keeping smartphones tucked away neatly and securely. No more worrying about dropping your handset as you pull it out to check your stats. A ...

Read More

Watch This App: Strava Running and Cycling GPS

strava_g_watch

Biking, jogging, and running gets even better now that Strava offers support for Android Wear. Users can now start and stop activities using their voice, keeping smartphones tucked away neatly and securely. No more worrying about dropping your handset as you pull it out to check your stats. A ...

Read More

Reviews

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ Review

  • July 22, 2014

Lenovo is back again with another addition to the Yoga tablet line. It’s safe to say that Lenovo’s top-of-the-line Android tablet is better ...

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