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Google bought a company that makes solar drones, and we’re officially freaked out

Apr 14th - Google has confirmed the purchase of New Mexico-based Titan Aerospace, a company that specializes in creating high-altitude drone technology for use in... whatever.

Google X’s latest moonshot is balloon-distributed internet

Jun 15th - Google X's latest moonshot involves sending a balloon into the stratosphere, via which they hope to connect everyone on the planet to the internet.

Verizon opens pre-sale for Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and HTC One M9

Apr 1st - Verizon customers can now pre-order two of 2015's hottest phone. First up are the dynamic duo of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, both of which can be had in all storage variants of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. The HTC One M9 is also available.

OnePlus DR-1 drone is actually real, but it’s little more than a toy [VIDEO]

Apr 1st - Looks like our cause for caution regarding OnePlus One's latest announcement was a bit justified. Just as they confirmed on Reddit, OnePlus has revealed the DR-1, and it definitely is a drone. Only, it's not the serious spy-right gadgetry you were probably dreaming of.

Living with Alexa: An Amazon Echo Review

Mar 31st - At this exact moment, is the Amazon Echo worth $200? Probably not. Is it worth $100? Most definitely. If you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber, for $100, you get a great sounding WiFi and Bluetooth speaker that can be controlled with voice commands and makes life a little easier.

ARC Welder lets you run Android apps straight from the Chrome web browser

Mar 31st - ARC Welder lets you run Android apps on your desktop straight through your Chrome web browser. We tested it out with our own Phandroid News app and the results were breathtaking.

T-Mobile’s Lollipop update for the LG G3 now available, but not rolling out over-the-air

Mar 31st - After the Lollipop update for the LG G3 entered into T-Mobile's "testing phase" early last week, we knew it was right around the corner. Sure enough, Android 5.0.1 is now finally ready for the T-Mobile LG G3, but not in the way many of you are used to.