Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


Samsung to report weakest earnings since 2011

Over the last several years, Samsung Electronics has been doing very well with its line of Android smartphones and tablets helping to push profits to ever-higher levels. Samsung is now reportedly set to announce its biggest annual income decline since 2011. The earnings reported for its July-September quarter will reportedly be the lowest reported in the last three years.

OnePlus OTA update for CM 11S (38R) rollout begins

Owners of OnePlus smartphones have a new firmware update on the way that will bring some new features and fixes to the mix. The OTA update for CM 11S (38R) is rolling out starting today. The new firmware improves the responsiveness of the touchscreen of the smartphone and adds a new lock screen to the mix.

Samsung Gear S smartwatch gets full Opera Mini browser

If you ever looked down at your wrist and wished that your smartwatch could surf the web, Opera has a new browser for you. The new browser is a full-web browser that is designed specifically to run on the Samsung Gear S smartwatch running Tizen. The browser is a version of Opera Mini.

Thief Lupin 2 hits Google Play

Thief Lupin 2 is the sequel to the highly popular original Thief Lupin game and the second installment is now on Google Play. The original game was ranked #1 in 22 countries and racked up 8 million downloads. The second installment of the game hopes to be even more popular than the first.

Logitech Protection Plus for Galaxy S5 gets official

Logitech has rolled out a new smartphone accessory called the Logitech protection [+] case. The device is a protective case for the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone that is ruggedized to survive drops and bumps. Inside the protective case is a rechargeable battery to keep your smartphone running longer.

New Nexus 9 tablet image leaks

Another image of what appears to be the HTC Nexus 9 tablet has leaked. The leaked image comes only a day after the Nexus 9 tablet is thought to have been spied going through the FCC for its approvals. With the FCC hurdle cleared (presumably), the tablet could be hitting the market at any time.