Sony Xperia Z3 vs Sony Xperia Z4: Slight improvements might make the difference

We expect that most major OEMs release a flagship every year. And every time a consumer would buy the current flagship, there's always that unacknowledged fear that next year's new flagship might be better (as it should be right?) and so you might be "wasting" money buying the current one. The latest smartphone to present this dillema to its consumers is Sony which just announced its new flagship, the Xperia Z4, coming this summer. So should Xperia Z3 owners panic now and get ready to trade up?

Moovit transit app brings a lot of improvements for Version 4.0

A lot of navigation apps currently in the market serve mostly those who are driving or who are riding cabs (or Uber for that matter). But what about those that ride mass transit transportation? It seems that developers are slowly realizing we need help too, and one of those apps that can help you maneuver your way around your city's trains, buses, or walking areas is Moovit. Version 4.0 has brought a lot of changes, not just to the interface but even its functionality.

Sony Xperia Z4 reportedly for Japan only, different flagship for rest of the world

So Sony just recently announced its flagship for this year, the much awaited Sony Xperia Z4. The announcement was made via official press release, and the new flagship device is set to be launched this summer. All is right in the world again. But hold your horses! What is this that we’re hearing that the Xperia Z4 might only be offered in Japan, and that there will be a different Sony flagship device for the rest of the world? What is this?!?

Google Wallet to reportedly now has your money FDIC-insured

Unless you're the sort of person that would read all the user agreements before clicking I Accept (which technically we all should do but oftentimes, it's TLDR), then you probably didn't know that the money you store on mobile payment services like Paypal, Venmo, and Google Wallet are not FDIC-insured. This means that if any of those apps or businesses close down, it would take you a whole, long process before you can recover your money. But Google is reportedly changing their policy, making your money with them more secure.

Invites out: OnePlus 2, OPO Lite speculated to debut tomorrow

Well look what we have here. It looks like some of the rumors and leaks were less than true, as we all were led to believe that OnePlus is pushing its flagship launch to Q3, maybe Q4 of this year. But here we are today, and an invite is clearly out from the Shenzhen-based outfit for what seems to be a launch event tomorrow. Will the OnePlus 2 finally be unveiled, together with a rumored second phone device?

Square Enix’s Masters of the Masks: different yet typical

Square Enix snuck in a mobile game while we were still busy obsessing over various incarnations of Final Fantasy, both on the big machines and hopefully on mobile as well. But its surprise game, Masters of the Masks, couldn't be farther from whatever preconceived notion you might have of a Square Enix mobile game, incorporating some things that the game developer has never done on mobile before. And yet, at the same time, it is because of those very same things that make MotM actually closer to a typical mobile game than anything Square Enix has done before.

Fulfill your dream to be a stockbroker in The Firm, now on Android

"When I grow up, I want to be a stockbroker," said no kid ever. But when you start growing up and you see how much money they make (well, at least, that's what Hollywood says), then you start dreaming of becoming one. If you're not yet there and you can use some practice trading and selling, then you should definitely download this new Android game called The Firm.