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Best Android apps from September 2014

Consider this your wake-up call. September has ended. Summer is now just a memory as the leaves slowly begin to change color and football...

Android Wallpaper: Video Games

After a short hiatus we're happy to be back with another edition of Android Wallpaper! This week our theme is "video games." Everyone loves...

Mobile Roar 63: Moto X review, #bendgate, Nexus 6 leaks, and more...

This week the mobile world was saturated with Apple drama, and it even seeped into our podcast. #bendgate is real, the iOS 8.0.1 update...

Phan Favs: What is the best sports app for Android? [VOTE]

The ball is in your court (pun fully intended). We want to know what apps you use to keep track of sports. It doesn't...

How to run Android apps in any Chrome browser

Right now you can only run four Android apps in Chrome and they only work with Chrome OS devices. What if you could run...

Kyocera Brigadier Review: a tough one-trick pony

It's happened to all of us. You bring home your shiny new phone, and at first you are very careful with it. Inevitably you...

Moto X (2nd Gen) coming to Verizon on September 26th with free Ba...

We've got some good news for our patient Verizon customers. The new Moto X will be arriving on Big Red exactly one week from...

Google approves the use of Google Glass in Canada

Good news for any Canucks who've been waiting for Google Glass. It appears Google has quietly approved the use of Glass in Canada. This...

This hack allows you to run any Android app on Chromebooks

Last week Google opened the door for Android apps on Chrome OS. The first four apps arrived: Duolingo, Evernote, Vine, and Sight Words. Google...

Mobile Roar 62: Moto 360 Review, Android Silver, and U2 Virus

It's still Motorola Mayhem™ around these parts. We share our final thoughts on the Moto 360 and Moto G after putting them through the...

Official: Android L will have encryption turned on by default

Android is about to get a whole lot more secure. The Washington Post is reporting that Android L will automatically encrypt user data out...

Sprint will not be getting the new Moto X (2nd Gen)

The 2nd generation Moto X is finally a true flagship device. Like other flagships, we expected this device to be available on all four...

Amazon announces a kids tablet that doesn’t suck

Many companies have tried to cash in on childrens love of tablets. Most of these "kid-friendly" devices just plain suck. Amazon is entering the...

OnePlus asks users to settle for a device without swappable cover...

More people are getting their hands on the OnePlus One, but they won't be able to use one promised feature. After months and months...

Google Play now requires devs to make their home address public

Communication between developers and users is an important thing these days. The Play Store makes it very easy for these conversations to take place,...