Aug 27th - As we approach Sony’s September 2nd event in Berlin, we’re getting yet another good look at the upcoming Sony Xperia Z5, this time as it appears in something a little more formal.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is the 2015 rendition of Samsung's Note series. It features a 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 display, S-Pen, a 16 megapixel camera on the rear, 5 megapixel camera on the front, 4GB...Read More
The Samsung Galaxy S6 is the company's follow-up to 2014's Galaxy S5. The device is Samsung's first flagship handset that adopts a new metal-focused design language akin to the Galaxy A series. It...Read More
Oppo might not be a well-known name outside of it’s home market of China, but that doesn’t mean that the company’s mobile products should be overlooked. Oppo continuously pushes smartphone design boundaries along with new innovative features across their product line every year and the Oppo R5 is no exception.Read More
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge offers everything we love about the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with the addition of curved AMOLED technology that creates a unique secondary display. It takes some getting used to, but the phone’s Edge display offers a novel experience that subtly enhances usability without sacrificing performance.Read More
Nexus devices represent Android as a whole and in theory pack everything that Google has to offer, acting as somewhat as a reference device for the Android ecosystem. With the launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop the device set to tackle the daunting task of showcasing Google’s ‘sweetest’ update to date is none other than Motorola made Nexus 6.Read More
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Aug 27th - Square Enix has done for Lara Croft what they’d previously done for Hitman, announcing a puzzle game for the franchise called “GO”. Introducing Lara Croft GO:
Aug 27th - With all the SwiftKeys and Google Keyboards out there, you may have forgotten all about Swype, the once undisputed king of the swiping keyboards. Today Swype is back (again) and this time they got a handful of new features that’s saving keystrokes and has us giving them another shot on our Androids.
Aug 27th - The Amazon Fire Phone has been nothing short of a colossal disappointment. Now the company has fired dozens of engineers who worked on the project and the Amazon Fire Phone’s future looks bleek.
Aug 27th - If you haven’t already signed up for Samsung Pay you can do so here. For those who requested early access, check your inbox: we’ve received word that invites are now rolling out and landing in inboxes.
Aug 27th - The second coming of the Nexus 5 (2015) is right around the corner. The phone has been leaked enough times that it’s almost a certainty, although there’s still a lot about the device we simply don’t know.
Aug 27th - Whether you love or hate Facebook it’s safe to say that you’re probably using it. Especially today as CEO Mark Zuckerberg just announced the company – for the first time ever – hit 1 Billion users in a single day (on Monday).
Aug 27th - Motorola is now pushing the Android Wear 1.3 update out to their Moto 360 smart watch. This update brought a big new feature that’ll change the way watch faces on the platform work forever.
Aug 27th - It’s been a little over a month since HTC announced that they’d be bringing their wallet-friendly Desire line to the US. Out of the bunch — which included the Desire 520, 526, 626s, and the 626 — by far the best was the HTC Desire 626, now available on Verizon Wireless. The 626 (shout out …
Aug 27th - Sony has to be the single worst manufacturer when it comes to leaking their own information. The company has done it again, with the Jordanian Facebook account accidentally confirming their announcement plans for IFA in Berlin next week.
Aug 27th - No more square photos: We’re not sure what took so long, but a new update to Instagram finally lets you post full landscape and portrait photos in their original aspect ratio. 4:3, 10:9, it’s all good.