Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


Obslashin’ lets you slash away at endless enemies

Fans of dungeon looting games will want to check out a new game that has just landed for Android called Obslashin. This game is described as a compulsive combat clicker. Players will get to explore dungeons as they upgrade their weapons and level up characters to take them further in the game.

Zap&Go graphene supercapacitor charger charges in five minutes

Scientists have been working with Graphene as a way to improve batteries and other devices, but there aren't many products using graphene on the market just yet. The world's first graphene supercapactor charger for keeping your smartphone and other devices powered on the go has surfaced. The product is called the Zap&Go and its big draw is how fast it can be charged and ready to go.

Samsung Galaxy Grand 3 64-bit specs leak via benchmark

We love it when benchmarks show up for new smartphones so we can see how they stack up to the devices already on the market and often benchmarks give up the goods on what hardware is running under the hood. A new set of benchmarks has surfaced recently that tells us what the Samsung Galaxy Grand 3 has under the hood.

TrekStor launches first Intel IRDA design based tablet

Last month Intel rolled out a new Android tablet reference design aimed at making it easier for manufacturers to get into the tablet market. The Intel Reference Design for Android or IRDA gives these tablet makers a list of officially supported hardware with guaranteed software support.

Voice Calls for Google Hangouts land in India

Google has announced something new that users of Google Hangouts in India will like. The Hangouts app on smartphones will now allow Indian users to stay connected by voice with users from around the world. Voice calls to phone numbers outside of India on Android are now supported from the web via Google Hangouts.

Nexus Player and Android TV get new sports content

Sports fans wanting another place where they can keep up with their favorite teams will be glad to hear that they can now watch live NBA games on the Nexus Player. The NBA Game time app is now on Google Play. Fans will need a NBA League Pass to watch games via the app.

Samsung Gear Circle headphone heads to the US

There isn't a shortage of Bluetooth wireless communication devices on the market today that play music and handle phone calls. They have been around for years and most of them share a similar on-ear or in-ear design with earphones that dangle around your neck when not in use. Samsung has a device coming to the US called Gear Circle that will handle hands free communication, but has a different design.

Android 5.0 rooted on Nexus 9 already

Well, that didn't take long. After only a few hours of the Android 5.0 factory images from the Nexus 9 tablet being available to the hacking public, someone has already rooted the device. That someone is Chainfire from XDA Forums. Not only did he root the device, he also created a 64-bit build of the SuperSU binary.

Jawbone unveils UP3 activity tracking bracelet

Jawbone has announced the launch of its latest product called the UP3. The UP3 is a wearable multi-sensor activity tracker that offers information about health and fitness. The bracelet is thin and has sensors inside able to measure a range of biometric sensors.
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