Bounce a small circle around in Ding Dong, now available on Android

When you hear the words Ding Dong, you automatically think of a doorbell or follow it up with the phrase "the witch is dead" (thanks to The Wizard of Oz). But now, if you're a fan of minimalist touch arcade games, you will think of it as the newest one in the market to either drive you crazy or to help you pass the time. Ding Dong is now available as a free game for Android devices.

LEGO Minifigures Online goes out of beta with paid version

LEGO is one of those brands that transcend age. In fact, if you base it on social media posts, you might think adults play with them more than the original target audience of the company. And now that the LEGO empire continues to expand, the Minifigures Online game has gone out of beta and into an actual game. The bad news is that it isn't free anymore, but if you're a true blue fan, you wouldn't mind spending a little money for it, would you?

Mojang is closing down card combat game Scrolls

The real blockbuster news was when Microsoft up and bought game developer Mojang – makers of Minecraft – for USD$2.5 billion. Apparently, Microsoft wanted to build on Mojang’s current moneymaker, which is the Minecraft game. But what of its other games, like the card battle game “Scrolls”? This game went through a highly successful beta and is a relative success story in itself, but Mojang is announcing that it will be shutting the game down by 2016.

Sony Xperia Z4 gets the teardown treatment

There are a lot of things you can say about how Sony did its marketing and sales of its newest flagship – the Sony Xperia Z4, or the Xperia Z3+, or the Xperia Z4v, or however you want to call it. There wasn’t a lot of departure design-wise from its predecessor, the Sony Xperia Z3, but a proper teardown will probably show us what the differences are. Fortunately for us, the guys at witrigs.com had the resources to do that for everybody.

Truedialer gets an all new design, dedicated search box

It’s been a while since Truecaller updated the Truedialer but good news to avid users, the app has just received an all new design and several improvements. This update is only for the Android and Windows Phone app users—the lucky ones who will see the design enhancements and multiple features we’re excited to try this week. This update follows Truecaller being built-in in Cyangoen OS devices last month so we now the company is working hard these days.

ZeroLemon Galaxy S6 battery case is here to protect and serve [DEALS]

The Galaxy S6 might be a work of art, but Samsung sacrificed something when it switched to an all metal unibody design: a replaceable battery. Given the hunger for power many high end smartphones have these days, that almost seems like a liability. Luckily, ZeroLemon has your back. The ZeroLemoon Galaxy S6 3500 mAh battery case not only protects your precious smartphone, it also juices it up in a pinch. In fact, since its own battery itself is removable, it can power up other devices as well.

Google launches Voyager feature to celebrate Google Earth’s 10th year

It's been 10 years since we first started seeing the rest of the world from the comfort of our desks through Google Earth. We've been able to digitally visit those places that we plan to be in someday. They've also added a lot of great new features, including Street View cars (which people have had a lot of fun with) and even treks. But since the earth is indeed vast and worth exploring further, Google has now added the Voyager feature so you can see new places better.

LG Chem intros new Hexagon battery for smartwatches

After South Korean giant Samsung announcing that it's working on a new battery technology with double capacity, here comes its rival LG also with a new battery technology. This time though, LG Chem's offering is a smaller battery that is ideal to be used on future smartwatches. This is LG's entry into the relatively new industry of small batteries for wearables.