Last chance to buy Google Glass from Google

An era, short as it was, is coming to a close. At the end of the day, Google Glass will be no more. At least the Google Glass that is being offered on Google Play Store. It also marks the formal end of Google Glass' Explorer program, which means that the smart eyepiece as we know it is, for all intents ans purposes, practically dead. Of course, Google officially isn't calling it quits on the idea and simply calls this a "graduation" of the device.

Fish through your Android device in new mobile game

Whoever said that fishing is a relaxing activity probably never played it through a mobile game before. Fisherman: Fishing, Monsters, and Stuff is a new Android game that is not exactly solely about fishing, but rather an old school arcade game that lets you be a, what else, fisherman while evading monsters and the other stuff (which is for you to figure out as the game progresses.

Galaxy S6 rumored to have glass back and no replaceable battery

Another rumor about the new Samsung Galaxy S6 has sprouted up and it doesn’t sound too good. One of the appeals to owning a Samsung Galaxy phone is the ability to switch out batteries. Whether it’s from replacing the battery with another OEM battery or carrying aftermarket batteries, Samsung devices have that appealing perk which keeps customers around. Korean press source DDaily suggests that the new Samsung Galaxy S6 battery will not be replaceable.

Motorola Migrate now with Material Design, contact transfers

Almost all apps on the Google Play Store continue with both design and feature updates as Android 5.0 Lollipop rolls out to various Android devices. If you're a new Motorola smartphone owner, then this updated app would be of necessity to you. Motorola Migrate now has a brand new visual design, as well as the ability to transfer contacts from your old device to your brand new smartphone.

CM12 nightlies bring Lollipop to eight Xperia devices

Early this month, CyanogenMod turned on the engines that will produce the nightly builds for CyangeonMod 12, which is based on the Android 5.0. As much as 31 devices and models were the first to receive the candy goodness, but now 8 more devices from Xperia's ranks are joining the fray. From the most recent Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact to the older Xperia T and V, Xperia fans can now try out the latest Android version on their devices, provided they're willing to take the risk.

TouchPal update: Material Design, more emojis

When chatting with your friends and loved ones on mobile devices, sometimes, words are not enough. Some emotions are better expressed through emojis. That's why it's handy to have an alternative keyboard that has both the traditional characters and then a pretty large number of emojis at the ready to express yourself. TouchPal is one of those apps, and the newest update brings more improved features to the virtual keyboard.

New Sony Xperia smartphone lands at the FCC

A new Sony Xperia smartphone has crossed the FCC seeking certifications to come to market. There are no actual images of the device to be seen at this time, but there is line art and an image of the tags that will be featured on the smartphone.

AirDroid receives another update, Android 5 support added

The official AirDroid 3 went out of beta before 2014 ended and the app recently received an update from its developer Sand Studio. The tool now has some new features: Android  5 support in AirMirror, notification blocking from any app on the computer, notification action support for Notification mirror, and dismiss notifications in the Android notification bar on computer, at least for those devices running Android 4.3.

Camu camera app takes photos (and edits) the way you want to

As people get more and more into mobile photography, chances are they won't always be satisfied with their smartphone's built-in camera features. That is why there are apps out there that give you more choices when it comes to taking pictures and editing them. The newest addition to your options for a camera app is Camu, which claims it can make you "take perfect photos and videos" while having a simple yet useful interface.