Solve puzzles and avoid deadly “Beams” in new Android game

Who knew that colored beams could actually be dangerous to your health? We're speaking digitally and mentally of course. A new Android game will test not just your shape and color coordination but also help you make the correct decision on whether or not to actually fulfill the game's goal if it means creating something that can destroy others. Again, this is speaking digitally and not actual destruction. Are you ready to play Beam?

Samsung quietly launches Galaxy Tab A in Russia

We knew Samsung was working on new Galaxy Tabs but we weren't sure when and where exactly the South Korean giant will introduce the new tablets. Actually, it's kind of challenging to keep track of them because there are too many. Aside from the numerous Galaxy smartphones, there are a lot of tablets to know so we just wait for official announcements from Samsung. If not, we depend on leaks and rumors for some clues. We didn't expect this but Samsung held a press event recently in Russia to launch the new Galaxy Tab A. The new tablet will be available in two sizes: 8-inches and 9.7-inches.

Create your own race with MiniDrivers Android game

If you're a fan of the animated series MiniDrivers, or if you're just looking for a different kind of mobile racing game, then this new Android game might just be for you. This is not just like any other typical racing type of game because you can actually be the master of your own fate as you create your own challenges and rules and try to win the race as well.

Xiaomi Mi Note comes out with special Natural Bamboo edition

If you'd like to have a smartphone that might not look like any other in the market (at least those without cases), then you'd might want to consider getting the Natural Bamboo limited edition of the Xiaomi Mi Note. The 5.7-inch display smartphone will have all of the same specs of their newest device, but with the smooth and elegant looking bamboo backing, and it can be yours in just two weeks time.

More Sony Xperia devices receiving Android Lollipop update

We earlier reported that Sony has started rolling out (finally!) Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 compact to mobile users in the Baltics and the Nordics. Now some sites have reported seeing the firmware build in other Xperia devices as well, like the Xperiz Z2, as well as the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact and Xperia Z2 Tablet. But they are being updated only to Android 5.0.2 and not yet to the 5.1 that some Nexus devices already have.

Android 5.1 updated build, plus a rooted stock build now available

It was just recently when Google announced a new update for Android Lollipop – that is in the form of Android 5.1 which came out just around a week ago. But today we saw a new build of the Android 5.1 available for download for the Nexus 6 flagship phone, which more than likely means the build will start rolling out to other Nexus devices as well.

OnePlus announces Lollipop update official release dates

OnePlus One owners have been anticipating for the official Android 5.0 Lollipop software update to roll out. The company has been working on it and is still promising to bring the latest version of the platform very soon. Sadly, there were some issues that still need to be fixed before the Lollipop is released. For one, there's the OS signing issue which the development team didn't see at first. It has since been resolved before the stability issues on camera module on Lollipop were also noticed.

Unburden your ears with these Wireless Feather BT earbuds [DEALS]

Listening to music while you work or work out can sometimes be a matter of sanity or zen for some people. Most of the time, however, we are left to choose between quality but heavy equipment that weigh upon our heads and sub par but light earphones that tangle and strangle us instead. With this new earbuds, however, you no longer have to make a choice. The Wireless Feather Bluetooth Earbuds deliver crystal-clear audio in a tangle-free design. And it won't burn a whole in your wallet, too!