Sneak Peek At Google’s New Material Design Google Search

Sneak Peek At Google’s New Material Design Google Search

There has been an almost endless stream of updated Android 5.0 (Lollipop) apps hitting us recently. Some official and many unofficially. It seems everyone is getting ready for the big changeover. Google have been no different with a number of their services getting the Lollipop treatment and us getting a sneak peak. Recently updates have […]

Featured Review: Inbox by Gmail

Featured Review: Inbox by Gmail

Description: Inbox by Gmail is a new email client from the guys over at Google who brought us Gmail. Inbox is a standalone email application and is not intended to either replace Gmail or work with Gmail. The main difference between Inbox and Gmail is that Inbox takes a task-driven approach to email management with a […]

HTC Desire 320 on TELUS as a $100 Prepaid

HTC Desire 320 on TELUS as a $100 Prepaid

TELUS has very quietly slipped another one of HTC’s entry-level smartphones, the HTC Desire 320, onto its prepaid arsenal for $100 with free shipping and no activation fee – in dark grey only.  It does not appear that it will be offered on contract at all – and rightly so, as it is clearly a […]

Fitbit Surge Appears On Brookstone Pre-Order Webpage; $249 Fitness Orientated Smartwatch

Fitbit Surge Appears On Brookstone Pre-Order Webpage; $249 Fitness Orientated Smartwatch

The wrist-wearable market is hotting up. So far, we’ve seen two main types of device. On one wrist, we have the smartwatch, typically a chunky looking wristwatch with what I’m going to call full blown smartwatch functionality. That means notifications, perhaps voice operation and the ability to control the smartphone that it’s connected to. On […]

Lenovo Smartband SW-B100 Showing On Lenovo’s Website

Lenovo Smartband SW-B100 Showing On Lenovo’s Website

Lenovo are one of the more interesting Android manufacturers and the reason why is partially because they’re not afraid to try something different and secondly, because they’re in the process of buying Motorola from Google. Lenovo (and Motorola if we go back a few years) have something of a focus towards battery life – witness the […]

Google Nexus 6 Passes Through the FCC, Finally

Google Nexus 6 Passes Through the FCC, Finally

It looks like Google tried to keep the leaks down this year by not pushing their new Nexus hardware through the FCC until after it was announced. But obviously that didn’t work. But the Nexus Player passed through the FCC last weekend, and now we’re looking at the Nexus 6 passing through the FCC today, […]

Samsung Galaxy Alpha A3 Passed Through FCC Certification

Samsung Galaxy Alpha A3 Passed Through FCC Certification

We’ve already seen that the Samsung Galaxy Alpha A3 has been through the Chinese TENAA certification process and today’s news is that it’s visited the FCC, giving us another look at the specification of the device. From what we understand, the Galaxy A3 is the entry level device in Samsung’s three aluminium-framed smartphones, which also […]

Motorola Droid Turbo Retail Packaging Surfaces on Twitter

Motorola Droid Turbo Retail Packaging Surfaces on Twitter

In just a few days we’ll know all about the Motorola Droid Turbo. As Verizon is holding their DROID Event on Tuesday in New York City. And we’ll be there to check it out in person. But that hasn’t stopped the leaks of this beast. We’ve been seeing some pretty big leaks in the past […]

Android Headliner: Why The Fire Phone Didn’t Catch Fire

Android Headliner: Why The Fire Phone Didn’t Catch Fire

  Earlier this week Amazon held a routine earnings call, the usual ups and downs of selling everything – be it digital or physical – were commented on and it was pretty much par for the course. Except however, when it came to Amazon’s hardware, specifically the Fire Phone. Now, it’s no secret that Amazon’s […]