OnePlus mad about early OnePlus 2 criticisms

I'm not sure how to react here but I think saying they are mad about the rumors and speculations is not a good idea. It's not April Fool's but saying your true feelings to fans and potential customers probably won't do the brand any good. You see, the OnePlus team recently posted a quick note on its website about its feelings on rumors going around.

Project Lightning to make following events on Twitter easier

A super secret project that Twitter has been working on is about to be unveiled for public use soon. Called Project Lightning, it's all about helping curate the best content on the micro-blogging site to help users, and even non-users, follow and keep up to date with all tweets, posts, videos, pictures, that are relevant to an ongoing global event, cultural phenomenon or breaking news story. Since Twitter is probably the social media venue that best serves this kind of online conversation, it is a logical next move for them.

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Discreetly recharge your mobile devices from practically anywhere with the Power Vault 18,000mAh Portable Battery Pack, 72% off at Android Community Deals. The Power Vault is a lightweight and compact battery pack. It’s capable of holding an immense 18,000mAh of power, which is enough to fully re-charge most smartphones several times over or an average tablet at least a couple of times. Plus, it can recharge up to two devices at once, which is a huge time saver.

HERE looking at making 3D transit visualizations

HERE has been a pioneer in making transit directions and information an integral part of their app, and others are following suit. But the team over there are not content on resting on their laurels and are in fact thinking of ways to make their app more relevant to consumers, specifically the commuters who have become reliant on HERE to go about their regular routine or even when visiting an unfamiliar place. Now, the software engineers are thinking of adding something in the future: 3D transit visualizations.

Samsung Galaxy J5, Galaxy J7 now official

After months of rumors, leaks, sightings, and early previews, the Samsung Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7 are now official. The two mid-range Android phones have earlier passed by TENAA and some close up images were shown off a few days ago. We knew that the new Galaxy phones are arriving very soon and Samsung China has just listed the two on its website.

YouTube launches citizen journalism-related sites

Most of the eyewitness and on-the-ground videos that we've seen in recent years haven't really come from network TV or even cable news channels. Especially when it comes to breaking news stories, we've relied on social media and YouTube to get our news fix. And while there are still some questions and issues when it comes to legitimacy and fact-checking, YouTube is now taking steps to address these things and to be more organized and accessible in terms of bringing content.

Yahoo announces Search in App, TouchPal Keyboard integration

Yahoo Search is still alive. Of course, it is. Still the biggest rival of Google Search so don't think it will ever go away. Yes, Yahoo will continue to improve search to bring everyone the best mobile search experience ever. The company has been working on new features and since February of this year, it's been teaming up with mobile developers to improve on in-app experiences for Yahoo Search.

Google Clock now available for non-Nexus devices

Yes, your device has a default clock app. Yes, you don't really need much from it except you need it to tell time and set alarms and the like. Yes, you've never really thought about getting a different app to replace your device's default one. But if you're a big Google fan and you have a non-Nexus device, then now you can also download the Google Clock app.

App for the new Sony Bluetooth Speaker now available

If you pre-ordered the Sony Bluetooth Speaker BSP60 and are now eagerly awaiting the day when it will finally arrive on your doorstep, you can start practicing that you own one already by downloading the dedicated app. Sony announced that the app is now available for free from the Google Play Store to help you configure the much-hyped speaker and all-around digital companion when it will finally be delivered to you. And in case you haven't ordered yet, there's still time to get a special rate.