Aug 20th - Oh, man. Google's done it. They actually found a way to make Google Glass look a hundred times less dorky. Question is, for the right price, would you buy this new design?
Aug 20th - Vine doesn't want to drift off into internet obscurity, which is probably why they've just added the one feature users have been clamoring for since the beginning. All we have to say is it's about damn time.
Aug 20th - Verizon has had their extremely fair share of bad ideas throughout the years, and you can brace yourselves for another. According to a report by The Information, Verizon is considering launching their own Android app store to rival Google Play.
Aug 20th - Looking to sell your phone but want to protect your personal data first? Seeking a clean start for a handset brimming with apps, games, and sundry other media? The factory reset is your friend, wiping your smartphone or tablet’s internal storage and restoring it to factory conditions.
Aug 20th - Pushbullet has just received a very exciting update that will please you if you've ever been miffed by the inability to share clipboard data between multiple devices. They call the feature "universal copy and paste" and it's very simple: you copy something on one device, you can paste it on another.
Aug 20th - We first heard of the Motorola Moto X+1 back in May under the codename "Victara." Since then there have been many leaks and rumors about this device. Now is the perfect time to take a look back at everything we know and what we expect to see when it comes to the Moto X+1.
Aug 20th - Well, isn't this an interesting turn of events? Samsung and Barnes & Noble have teamed up to introduce a version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4.0 that will almost exclusively push Nook content
Aug 20th - As we do with each passing iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Note, we expect Samsung to go all out with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in terms of specs and unique features. The latest biggie is an "ultrasonic cover" to help the vision impaired.
Aug 20th - ZTE has announced a new variant of the Nubia 5S Mini, with this release coming with LTE radios for folks who prefer to do their mobile bidding on connections that don't feel like the AOL days. It comes in at just $279 unlocked.
Aug 19th - While it doesn't raise any privacy concerns per se, we're sure Tumblr's wide user base would love to know how their images are being used (and whether or not Tumblr is planning on notifying them). Because nothing in life is free...
Aug 19th - It was exactly 10 years ago today that Google become a public company. What started out with search has branched out to the best mobile OS on the planet, to robotics and self-driving cars. Where do you think the next 10 years will take Google?
Aug 19th - Why pay for overpriced peripherals and software for a device that already cost a pretty penny? This week we have a bunch of accessories on sale, some huge discounts on app packs, and some hilarious movies on the cheap.
Aug 19th - Another awesome Android feature is headed to iOS. Google has just launched Photo Sphere Camera for iOS users in the iTunes Store as a way to get more photo spheres uploaded to Maps.
Aug 19th - Looks like Sony was the first to ask the question: why should you have to pay half a grand for a smartphone that's waterproof? Thankfully they've introduced an affordable, capable option to market that'll net you a good looking smartphone with decent internals. It's the Sony Xperia M2 Aqua.