Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


HTC Android 5.0 Lollipop update timeline tipped

Android fans were thrilled to hear earlier this month that Android L was ready for primetime. After the OS was deemed ready to launch by Google, the next thing that Android smartphone and tablet users want to know is when they can get their hands on the OS for their device. What is claimed to be the timeline for HTC to upgrade their devices to Android 5.0 has leaked.

Octagon promises frustrating fun

If you like games that require fast reflexes like Temple Run or Impossible Road a new game has launched that you will want to check out. The game is called Octagon and rather than having people that are running players control, this game has a ball rolling through a world that is constantly changing.

Drone: Shadow Strike blasts onto Android

The weekend is nearly here and if you are looking for a new game to play during your downtime check out the new game that has landed recently on Google Play. The game is called Drone: Shadow Strike and it allows players to control a drone as it attacks the bad guys.

Fruit Ninja Ghostbusters game hits Android

With mid-October behind us, Halloween will be here before you know it. That means that people are thinking up costumes to wear to parties and to go trick-or-treating. Spooky movies also play constantly on TV this time of year, and believe it or not, this year is the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters.

LG HD MiniBeam projector produces 300 lumens

There have been tiny projectors floating around for a long time that are designed to connect to your smartphone or tablet to give you larger images to enjoy. A new projector has landed from LG called the HD MiniBeam PH300 has launched and it promises some really nice features and would be great for projecting images from your smartphone or tablet.

Russian Galaxy Note Edge launch coming soon

A Russian source has reportedly leaked the launch date of the slick Galaxy Note Edge smartphone in Russia. The coolest feature of the Note Edge is the curved screen that wraps around one side of the device making icons readable without having to be right over the smartphone.

Blocks modular smartwatch lets users decide the features

Phoneblocks is a company that makes an interesting modular smartphone that users can customize by attaching the modules with the features they want and leaving the features they don’t want out. Phoneblocks is now applying that same modular approach to smartwatches with a new platform that lets users decide what features they want on their wearable called Blocks modular smartwatch.