Google Glass sequel may have been spotted passing through the FCC

Jul 2nd - A recent FCC filing is causing some to believe this device could be the next version of Google Glass. The mysterious device -- filed under FCC ID A4R-GG1 -- is reportedly carrying all the wireless connectivity you'd expect from a next-gen wearable.

Fallout Shelter is looking at an August release on Android

Jul 2nd - When Fallout Shelter launched on iOS back during E3 (coinciding with Fallout 4's reveal trailer) we knew an Android version was in the works. When asked about launch timing for the Android version of Shelter, Bethesda developer Pete Hines mentioned in a tweet that they're targeting an August release.

Android-powered BlackBerry Venice with a slide-out keyboard reportedly headed to AT&T

Jul 2nd - Reports from earlier this month that BlackBerry would soon launch a full fledged Android-powered smartphone are looking up. Ex-tipster who still occasionally tips/confirms new devices @Evleaks tweeted earlier today that a device called the BlackBerry Venice is headed to AT&T later this year.

Nintendo could ship 20 million Android-fueled gaming consoles next year

Jul 2nd - Anyone with an interest in gaming knows the Nintendo Wii U isn't doing so hot, so Nintendo is looking to make the console gamers deserved to get. They'll apparently look to ship 20 million NX units.

Watch Dolphin’s GameCube/Wii emulator running beautifully on the NVIDIA SHIELD TV [VIDEO]

Jul 2nd - Giving us a look at the progress they've made since initially launching on Android many moons ago, the folks at Dolphin are now showing us how smooth their emulator runs on the NVIDIA Shield TV and its Tegra X1 processor.

Pushbullet listens to feedback, fixes annoying share menu after user backlash

Jul 2nd - On yesterday’s Mobile Roar podcast we talked briefly about the latest Pushbullet update and how it somehow broke the one feature many of us use it for in the first place: easy sharing to our Android devices.

Three OnePlus 2 variants stop at Bluetooth SIG, one of which has 4GB of RAM

Jul 2nd - This is odd. Three different variants of the OnePlus 2 have shown up for approval at the Bluetooth SIG. We've got the A2001, A2003 and A2005 on tap, and one of those will have 4GB of RAM.

Mobile Roar 99: Selfie sticks get banned, Android 5.1 rolling out, and Tindr for dogs

Jul 2nd - This week marks the return of the classic #sprintsux meme. What did they do this time? We also talk about someone stealing copper cables from Verizon, the OnePlus 2, selfie sticks, and more!

Use Swappa’s new app to look up used phone prices

Jul 2nd - We're still a bit of ways away from a full-fledged Swappa app, but the company has released a new price chart that'll give you a good idea of how much a phone is worth.

25 Best Android Games from June 2015

Jul 2nd - June is officially over, which means it’s time to take a look back at what goodies it brought. The summer months are usually a hot time for new games. June was no exception.

Plex has been hacked, so be sure to change your passwords

Jul 2nd - Quick PSA this morning, folks: Plex, the multimedia server that lets you stream your digital content to most internet connected devices, had its servers compromised. Be sure to change your passwords as soon as possible!

Sprint CEO: T-Mobile Un-Carrier is bullshit

Jul 2nd - It looks like T-Mobile's edgy CEO John Legere isn't the only man in his position with a loose tongue. Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure seems to have had a nerve stricken by Legere as a result of the Magenta man calling Sprint's new All-In plans a "swing and a miss."

New LG G4 promo offers free leather back and bonus battery with cradle for a limited time

Jul 1st - LG is now offering up a new deal for the month of July to anyone still on the fence about picking up a G4 and it's not too unlike their previous deal. Check out our post for all the details.

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus cases confirm upcoming design

Jul 1st - A freshly leaked CAD render and cases are giving us a pretty good idea of what the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus will look like when they debut later this year.

Google Photos developer apologizes for incorrectly identifying black couple as ‘gorillas’

Jul 1st - In what can only be described as one hell of an awkward experience, Google Photos could be accidentally racist. Well, as much as a computer algorithm can be.