US railroad crossings to be included in Google Maps soon

You would think that Google Maps already has it all, in terms of helping both drivers and commuters to navigate the ins and outs of but apparently, there's still one missing component and including it might just save some lives. The Federal Railway Administration (FRA) has officially requested Google Maps to include the various railway crossings across the US onto their navigation systems, providing guidance for drivers who are either visitors to a specific area or those driving during nighttime when light is scarce in the area.

Speedy, efficient fingerprint scanner confirmed for the OnePlus 2

When OnePlus revealed that they were going to be using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 on their upcoming flagship smartphone – the OnePlus 2 – they also committed to sort of unveiling the phone feature by feature and element by element. Apart from the processor – which is an “improved” version of the embattled Snapdragon 810, they say – they have also let out that the OnePlus 2 will have a USB Type C port. Now, we get another confirmation – OnePlus’s new phone will have a fingerprint scanner.

More images of the Moto G (2015) leaked

Another Moto G is coming and even before its official launch, we can expect more rumors and leaked images to be published. More than a week ago, we saw a leaked video plus more pictures of the alleged Moto G 2015. We saw a black phone with a new back panel design and the camera main camera changed a bit. The back panel actually reminds us of the ASUS ZenFone series.

Survive the horror of the House of Grudge, available on Android

Why would anyone want to scare themselves to death (well, that may be an exaggeration, but you never know) while playing a mobile game? Then you'd also have to ask why we love watching scary movies or telling scary stories. There are certain people who are fascinated with the horrific and the unknown, and that carries over to mobile games as well. One of the newest ones to try to scare the bejeezus out of you is called House of Grudge, now available on Android devices.

Make typing, undoing, redoing easier with Inputting+ app for Android

While it's become relatively easier to type on your smartphone and tablet now as compared to a few years ago (particularly when your device's tiny keys and screen were a hindrance), there are still some functions that you can't easily do on your touchscreen. If you're used to Windows, you somtimes long for the convenience of undo (Ctrl+Z), redo (Ctrl+Y), find & replace (Ctrl+F). The good news is that, as with everything else nowadays, there is an app for that now that we have Inputting+.

Jide Remix Mini Android PC coming to Kickstarter this July

The year started with Jide unveiling the Remix Ultra Tablet. The tech startup brought the project to Kickstarter and fortunately, the fund goal was raised and the tablet actually shipped to backers last May. Tablet was listed in two variants on the crowdfunding website: a $349 16GB model and the $449 64GB version. This time, Jide is giving us a glimpse of the new Remix Mini, a small Chromebox-like device that runs Remix OS, the same platform running on the Ultra Tablet.

Samsung Galaxy S6 real-life usage speed test by TomGuide

If you still doubt Samsung's marketing machinery that's saying their new flagship, the Galaxy S6, is the best new smartphone in the market, then this might just convince you. (Only if you believe in tests like this though) According to the usage speed test conducted by TomsGuide, Samsung's new baby is the best among almost all the categories or situations where they tested six flagships from various OEMs, namely, the LG G4, iPhone 6, HTC One M9, Google Nexus 6, and the Asus ZenFone 2.

Foxconn to make first Nokia-licensed Android smartphone

So much to say about the Nokia mobile division purchase of the Microsoft and now we have an idea--almost certain--that Nokia will be coming back to the mobile business. This is after a series of denials and "finalizations" that Nokia won't rejoin the phone industry in 2016 and has no more plans to make or sell consumer handsets. Well, the chief executive of the former phone giant seems to have a change of heart the past months, saying that Nokia might look for partner and other manufacturers.

Stealth action game ‘The SilverBullet’ arrives on Android

There are very few stealth action games in the Google Play Store for mobile worthy of the name, but we think this new game called “The SilverBullet” – from the Korean indie production house Byulbran Studio – could fit the bill. Cool graphics and sophisticated gameplay are what the game offers to hardcore mobile gamers.