Flex-Card is a universal flash drive for all your devices

If you have a bunch of different devices that you use for work and play, you might want an external storage solution that will work for all of them. Perhaps you use an iPhone for work, an Android device at home, a Mac for school, and a Windows PC in the office. Being able to save data from each of those devices to a single flash drive would save time for many of us.

AT&T, Verizon, update Samsung devices to Android Lollipop

And the Lollipops keep on coming. Two more US carriers announced that they are bringing the latest Android update to several Samsung devices. AT&T said that the Samsung Galaxy S 5 Active and the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will start receiving their updates starting today. Meanwhile, Verizon also announced that they are bringing Android 5.0 to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 after rolling it out to other OEM's devices the past few weeks.

Microsoft, Cyanogen solidify “strategic partnership” for Android devices

It looks like Cyanogen is really hitting Google where it hurts most (well, as much as you can hurt this tech giant) as they announced a "strategic partnership" with Microsoft. This is also part of Microsoft's strategy to go beyond their own platform and expand their reach to other rivals, something they wouldn't have done years ago. But they have had to adjust to an environment they used to dominate, and partnerships like this one with Cyanogen is solidifying their strategy.

Merge Labs intros VR Goggles and Motion Controller, get ready for more VR gaming

Virtual reality may still be far from being consumed by the masses but there is certainly a market for it. Well, it is still small since only geeks and a few early adopters are willing to shell out huge amount of money for a VR gear. Both the Saamsung Gear VR and Oculus Rift are still expensive. Google has introduced a cheaper alternative in the form of the Google Cardboard but it still hasn't picked up. MergeVR hopes to enter the game and finally make a mark in the industry by announcing the MergeVR Goggles and the VR Motion Controller.

Zenonia S closed beta ongoing, launch anticipated within 2015

After years of nothing even vaguely related to Zenonia, Gamevil has come out in Q1 of 2015 with news of a new game called Zenonia S. The outfit will be undergoing beta testing this middle of the year, and we can probably expect the game to launch in Q3 or late 2015, depending on how fast they fix the bugs.

Table Tennis Touch update: 4,000 more devices you can play it on

Do you think you're a world-class table tennis player by now? Well, at least, by digital standards, if you've been "practicing" (playing) really hard on that Android game we told you about a few weeks ago. Table Tennis Touch is a critically acclaimed game that has just gotten an update that can add even more people to its roster, fixing some of the things that went slightly wrong with its first release last month.

Google rolls out new Android for Work app

Google has finally rolled out the Android for Work app on the Google Play Store. The search giant seems to be really serious in bringing reliable solutions to the business and enterprise. Just the other day, Google announced there will be a Chrome Live Event this April 23 focusing on the Chrome for Work. And now, the Android for Work is expected to help empower the workforce with more productivity and business tools to get your job done.

Meerkat live video streaming service now accepting Android beta testers

It's shaping up to be an almost battle between the live video streaming services. Twitter just recently launched their own service called Periscope, but they weren't the first one out the door. Meerkat caught mobile users' attention when it made its debut at the recent South by Southwest (SXSW) tech and arts festival in Austin. People thought that Twitter's entry into that still very small market will mean Meerkat will go away meekly. But don't count them out, as they have just announced that they are opening their Android beta for testers.