Sponsored Game Review: Back To Back

Back to Back is an Android game that asks its players to deal with a simple premise; counting to ten. Of course, it’s not that easy as you have to count from 1 to 10 across a grid of numbers in a random order with obstacles in front of them. Each time you count to […]

Featured Review: FlexiShield Dot HTC One M9 Case

The HTC One M9 might not be selling all that well for HTC, but it’s a great phone and with a decent camera, great speakers and a nice form factor the HTC One M9 is a device many people swear by. As such, it’s understandable that people want to take care of their investment. We’ve […]

Android Wear Weekly: What to Expect from Google I/O 2015

Android Wear has had an interesting year, with some big announcements on both the hardware and software side of things. So, what can we expect from Google I/O next week? A complete redesign of Android Wear is very unlikely, as we just got a big update in the form of Android 5.1.1 not too long […]

Android OTA: Device Updates & Firmware Weekly – May 22nd Edition

  LG G Pad 8.3 LTE Gets Lollipop on Verizon   One of the better tablets from the last few years, the G Pad 8.3 is finally getting Android 5.0 Lollipop on Verizon. This gives the G Pad 8.3 on Verizon Android 5.0.2 and brings with it some performance boosts and generally improves the whole […]

Google to Push Chromebooks More in Emerging Markets

  Chromebooks have been something of a quiet success for Google; they haven’t become a mainstream hit, but they’re clearly giving Microsoft something to worry about. The irony about the Chromebook is that devices which don’t cost a lot, have great battery life and aren’t prone to viruses and such are successful in emerging markets and […]

Sponsored App Review: Rocket VPN – Internet Freedom

Rocket VPN is an Android app that offers users the ability to stay safe and secure online, while also unlocking content that might have been geographically locked to them. It offers 500MB of free bandwidth and servers dotted all over the globe, allowing those in Europe to access US content as well as many other […]

Russian Authorities Warn Google, Facebook and Twitter

  With Google I/O just around the corner, this is probably not the sort of news that Google could have wanted. Having said that, it’s perhaps not as bad as the protesters that crashed the keynote last year. Either way, Google is not alone in falling under the eyes of Russian authorities. Google, Facebook and […]

Sponsored App Review: Hexlock

Hexlock is an Android app that helps users keep their apps secure and locked away from prying eyes without having to completely lock down their whole device. It does this by locking chosen apps behind either a pattern or a pin, allowing the owner of the phone to keep certain apps locked, without locking the […]

Featured Review: HTC One M9 Olixar FlexiShield Case

When a new Android smartphone is launched there are a lot of case options available to keep your device protected. However, not everyone is in the mood or market for something fairly expensive or super-duper amazing. Which is why it’s nice to see cases like this from Olixar available. This is the FlexiShield case for […]

Deutsche Telekom Would Consider Partner for T-Mobile US

  It’s no secret that T-Mobile has been doing quite well for itself over the last few years, well at least the US T-Mobile network has, anyway. Thanks to shaking things up, giving customers more of what they want and cutting out the fluff when it comes to signing a contract, T-Mobile US has improved […]

Sponsored Game Review: Shooting Birds 3D

Shooting Birds 3D is an Android game that puts you in the shoes of Elliot, a 24-year old guy who’s gone to visit his grandparents and practice his skills as a hunter. In the near future, global warming has taken the world and there are extreme highs and extreme lows. Your job is to hunt […]

Cyanogen Introduce Platform SDK for Aspiring Developers

  Since launching as a standalone company as Cyanogen Inc. back in 2013, the open source community surrounding Android has changed dramatically and while Cyanogen OS is indeed different to downloading and installing CyanogenMod onto your device, there are phones launching with Cyanogen in parts of the world these days. The aftermarket Android-based OS has […]

Tech Talk: Samsung Patents Wearable Robot to Strengthen Workers

  Many of the big name Android smartphone manufacturers have a rich history in the technology world, and Samsung is a company that develops and sells practically anything you can think of. In the past few years, the company has started looking ahead to the future in a very big way, which means that the […]

Sponsored App Review: Sync.ME– Caller ID & Block App

Sync.me is a popular Caller ID and blocker app that can also bring all of your contacts together into one central place. Covering Facebook, LinkedIn and your own contacts, Sync.ME has a lot to work with, and it can help to display better images when someone rings thanks to its innovative Caller ID functions. With Sync.ME […]

Sponsored App Review: DigiHUD Speedometer

DigiHUD Speedometer is a free – as in free of ads, free! – Android app that uses the GPS in your device to approximate how quickly you’re driving. It’s designed as an app that you can use as a glanceable source of info while driving, using an LED-style, easily read display. It can display a […]

China to Spend $182 Billion by 2017 to Improve Internet

  Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi have been releasing devices like the Redmi 2 with 4G LTE capabilities for some time now. The problem is however, that right now, China’s overall Internet infrastructure just isn’t good enough. Mobile networks now offer 4G networks, but the coverage is spotty and the networks are often very congested. The […]

Sponsored App Review: Keek Social Video: Cool Videos

Keek is the latest social media craze to sweep the Internet, and unlike Snapchat or Vine, it doesn’t limit videos to short lengths. With Keek, you can create 36 second video status updates and give people a peek into your life. Celebrities like Kim Kardashian and co are getting involved with Keek, so it’s sure to […]