Pre-orders for Nexus 6 with Lollipop on AT&T starts Nov 12

If you want to be one of the first to own a Nexus 6 which will be running on the new Android 5.0 Lollipop, then you can either switch to AT&T or if you're already a subscriber, get another line of service through their Next program. The carrier announced that pre-orders for the smartphone, which is actually the first Nexus device on their portfolio, will start by November 12, through their online store and also in their retail stores.

LG releases an eyeful of AKA smartphones in South Korea

Have you always wanted a smartphone that can look directly at you and react to how you're using it just by looking into its eyes? No? Well, apparently LG believes there's a market for such a device, at least in South Korea. They unveiled a new line of smartphones called Aka (pronounced as "aw-kuh") and yes, it really has eyes that can stare deep into your digital soul, and apparently with personalities to boot. Bet you wish you lived in the East Asian country or that they would bring this to the US right?

AVG releases Android App Performance Report

Whether you like it or not, poor battery life is one of the major hindrances to enjoying your mobile device. No matter how high the specs of your latest smartphone or tablet is, if it’s always running out of power, it’s useless. That is why power banks are so popular these days because they give extra juice to your very important gadget. Power banks or protective cases with extra battery can be lifesavers these days. But what’s really making batteries run low easily?

Sloth Launcher triggers what you need when you need it

No, the Sloth Launcher is not an app that will give you an adorable (or scary) mammal or will force you to move when all you want to do is laze around. It is actually a launcher that helps trigger actions or apps that you would need when you really need them, without having to go through the same steps every single time.

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.

Father.io is an upcoming augmented reality shooting game

Augmented reality (AR) is getting a big kick in the gaming backside with new developer Proxy42 planning an AR first person shooting game called “Father.io”. The idea of AR is to blend real-life environments into virtual applications – in this case, virtual gaming situations. The idea is not at all new, but it hasn’t lost its novel appeal.

Soul Taker-Face of Fatal Blow: an MMO with luscious graphics

Android is filled to the brim with games, but let's be honest, not all of them can be flaunted around for "best in show". At least, depending on your actual preference for graphics. There are definitely a few that are designed to put your phones or tablets to the test. Soul Taker tries to be one of them, offering players with beautifully rendered 3D graphics and over the top effects to fill up phone's screen. And it's an MMORPG to boot.

Have Messengers’ 500M users forgiven Facebook yet?

As Facebook announced that their "independent" Messenger app has already reached half a billion users, chances are some of those are still angry that they were "forced" to migrate to a separate app to keep using the service. But has Mark Zuckerberg admitted that they made a mistake with this move? Have people finally accepted that they shouldn't be surprised anymore by the social media giant's moves constant changes and moves that may alienate some but still keep the rest of us using it everyday?