Jul 31st - Is Samsung looking to make a return to the eSports scene? Their latest trademark filing hints as much. Samsung has trademarked World Cyber Games, and if you're unaware it was a popular annual eSports event that ran from the year 2000 at global destinations such as South Korea, United States, Italy and Germany.
Jul 31st - While most OEMs are just fine stuffing anywhere between 1,800mAh and 3,500mAh batteries inside their phones, Doogee -- a Chinese company -- wants to go well beyond that. The company's latest smartphone, the HomTom HT6, brings to the table a huge 6,250mAh battery
Jul 31st - NVIDIA today issued a recall notice for the 8-inch NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet. The company has discovered that batteries for units which were sold between July 2014 and July 2015 are faulty, so much so that they could overheat to the point where a fire may be caused.
Jul 30th - A few weeks ago, Pebble updated Time Steel early adopters on when they expected to begin shipping. The original plan was to begin shipping out Time Steels to backers by the end of this month and although that date has slipped, it's not by much.
Jul 30th - Even if that pre-launch leak didn't paint the phone in the best light, it seems a lot of people are excited about the OnePlus 2. So many, that OnePlus' pre-invite reservation list has now topped over 1 million signups. That's pretty impressive.
Jul 30th - It’s safe to say that as a consumer product, Google Glass wasn’t quite ready for masses. That’s not to say it didn’t excel in some fields, the business sector for example (healthcare, manufacturing, and energy) where Glass was the perfect fit for busy folks on-the-go.
Jul 30th - Motorola officially took the wraps off their 2015 lineup earlier this week when they announced not two, but three new devices launching this year: the Moto X Style (Pure Edition in the US), Moto X Play, and Moto G 2015. It seems they could be hiding another ace up their sleeves...
Jul 30th - As we approach the “dog days” of summer a bunch of great new Android apps were released. If you were busy spending time at the beach you may have missed a few of them. Don’t spill your lemonade! We’ve got you covered. Here are the best Android apps from July.
Lawsuit forces Samsung to issue software patch allowing users to delete bloatware, but only in China
Jul 30th - After being sued by a Chinese consumer rights committee (and losing), Samsung will issue a software patch that allows user to delete over some 20 pre-installed apps on the Galaxy Note 3 (N9008S) and even the newer Galaxy S6/Edge.
Jul 30th - Android Wear users looking for a simplistic new watch face should take notice of the one that's just entered Google Play. It's Masque Simplicity, and it's made by Alex Pasquarella, the man responsible for some of the beautiful wallpapers we've featured in the past.
Jul 30th - Android for Work is ramping up, and Google has been hard at work to get everyone on board. The company today announced that 40 new partners have signed up to be a part of Android for Work, including all major Canadian and US carriers.
Jul 30th - Samsung's next smart watch going to be circular, and it's probably going to be pretty good. We also now know they're planning to put a rotating dial on the thing.
Jul 30th - There was a lot of news to cover this week in the mobile world. Chris was at the launch event for the OnePlus 2; he shares his thoughts about the device and the event. Motorola unvieled three new phones: Moto X Style, Moto X Play, and Moto G 2015.
Jul 30th - Volkswagen fans who are looking for a new car with Android Auto built-in will have a lot of options soon. The company has announced that most of their 2016 line of vehicles will include Android Auto.
Jul 30th - We haven't heard much from Sony's camp as far as their plans for the second half of 2015, but the company is teasing a new announcement for August 3rd. They did so on Twitter, with a post teasing that they'll be showing us "a new way to capture split second photos."