- The week’s best Android rumors: Nexus 6, Google Smartwatch, Galaxy Tab 4, and more
ZTE Nubia X ZTE has a 6.3-inch device in the works, yet we’re still waiting on the ...Read More
- Floop the pig in Card Wars: Adventure Time [App of the Day]
You guys ready for a mathematical and rad game today? Today’s App of the Day comes to us ...Read More
The Practical Meter by Power Practical is an in-line USB charging gauge to tell you if your device is being charged at its full potential. As one ...
We’re huge fans of changing the home screen around a bit and creating a new user experience for our Android. So much so that we present our ...
Are you a fan of games like Trivial Pursuit and You Don’t Know Jack? Do your friends get mad because you’re always spouting off movie ...
Have a Nuvi personal navigation device and an Android phone? Well, Garmin want to make those two things in your life work together for the better. According to Dan Bartel, VP of Garmin sales worldwide: Garmin Smartphone Link solves the problem of having to pay for an extra data plan to use live ...Read More
Toshiba hasn’t been too involved in the Android tablet world, save for the launch of their Thrive last year. It looks as if they’re aiming to change that in 2012, and they’re starting it off with a bang. Meet the Toshiba Excite X10, the latest in gorgeous Android tablets. Once ...Read More
Thumb (formerly known as Opinionaided) offers a good way to get real advice, or just to have a little fun. Say you’re shopping for a new couch. You can simply snap a picture of the couch you’re looking at, type the question “Should I get this couch?” or “Would this ...Read More
The magic that is CES is starting a bit early, thanks to Lenovo. They’ve unveiled several new Android devices, and each is just as impressive as the next. Let’s start with what everyone wants to see: tablets. Lenovo announced the IdeaTab S2 10, which is packing a 10-inch display, a ...Read More
With CES so close, Google has announced they are looking to add a star-studded line up of TV partners that’ll feature Google-powered technology. Here’s a taste: LG – “We’re thrilled to welcome global consumer electronics leader LG to the Google TV family. LG will ...Read More
Here’s something we haven’t heard about. Apparently, the geniuses at Google are working on a Google-branded processor and GPU, perhaps to create some unity in Android devices. Rumor has it that this processor will be shown off in the next Nexus device. While this is sudden, it does ...Read More
Swype announced on Twitter that they’ll be unveiling a beta release of their popular keyboard for Ice Cream Sandwich devices by the end of January. There’s no set date, but at least we have a time frame for the beta. As far as we know, there won’t be any additional features, ...Read More