One of the biggest events for new smartphones and tablets to be unveiled each year comes in early March in Barcelona, Spain. The event is Mobile World Congress (MWC) and each year hoards of new smartphones are unveiled at the
We have been talking about some of the rumors surrounding the coming Samsung smartphone with the curved LCD that wraps around the edges of the device. So far, the device has been called the Galaxy S6 Edge. This is the device was
Owners of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets will want to check this out. A preview of Android 5.0.2 Lollipop has been offered up to show you what you can look forward too when the new OS rolls out to your device. The updated OS
If you are a fan of flight sims and air combat games, you will want to have a look at a new game app that has launched on Google Play. The game is called Red Baron: War of Planes and it is set in the WWI era. Players will fly in
Ting has announced that its GSM SIM card service is now in open beta for anyone to sign up and try out. All users need to participate is a Ting GSM SIM card, which sells for $9 and an unlocked mobile phone. Invitations to
If you like to use an app that throws your video to a different device for mirroring or listen to the audio on YouTube music videos, you may like the idea of being able to turn off the screen backlight to save power. When you
One of the only things we like more than leaked details of a new tablet or smartphone around here are leaked details that include benchmark confirmed specs. Benchmarks for the Galaxy Tab S 2 9.7 have hit the web from GFXBench.
A new app is available for Android devices called DataSize Explorer that is designed to let you find the files and apps that are taking up the biggest part of your device storage. The app has a simplistic interface that gives you
An app called Flynx has exited beta and is now available to download in version 1.0. The app has been quite popular during its beta stage and is designed to make it easier and more convenient for you to open links in your
Android One devices are the line of smartphones that Google has produced that are aimed at developing nations where buyers often can’t spend the hundreds of dollars that people in developed nations throw at mobile devices.