Endomondo gets compatible with Android Wear, Samsung Gear S

Popular sports and lifestyle tracking app Endomondo is now integrated with wearable platform Android Wear and its devices, as well as the Tizen-run Samsung Gear S. This means you can now use the app on your LG G Watch, G Watch R, Moto 360, Samsung Gear Live, ASUS Zenwatch, and the Sony Smartwatch 3, the wearable devices that are using Android Wear. The Sports Tracker app in particular now works well with these devices, letting you have access to stats and data while you do your workout.

Todoist Karma’s fated mobile launch turns jobs into games

Todoist's fast-paced development is quite interesting to observe and definitely a pleasure to experience first-hand. From integrating with popular calendar app Sunrise, to adding attachments from Google Drive or Dropbox, to pinning down location-based reminders, Todoist is quickly becoming a top-rated todo app, available on as much as 13 platforms. Now it is adding a new feature, at least for its mobile users, bringing Todoist Karma's gamification to Android as well as iOS and Amazon Fire OS.

Google working on Android app trial before download

Downloading an app on your smartphone or tablet is easy over-the-air. No need to connect your mobile device to a computer just to get the apps you want to use. For Android users, go to the Google Play Store, search for apps under different categories, then click on install. While downloading and then deleting an app you don’t like or won’t use is easy, it can take so much of your data and battery---even time! If only we could test an app before actually downloading, life would be so much better.

HTC One M8 EYE unveiled in China

HTC has been busy of late with the unveiling of some new digital imaging products like the HTC RE camera and the Desire Eye digital camera. This week a new smartphone from HTC has been unveiled in China called the HTC One M8 Eye. Interestingly the smartphone was unveiled in China with no fanfare.

Samsung releases two new Galaxy Note 4 videos

It’s not hard to convince people to buy a Galaxy Note 4. Hardcore fans of Samsung are just waiting for the next model to come along and then upgrade. One of the highly anticipated phablets in the market today is the Galaxy Note 4. Samsung is trying to convince you again why you should get one by releasing two new videos on YouTube.

HERE maps app now available for Samsung Galaxy devices

It's now, uhm, here! We're talking about a great alternative to Google Maps, but only if you're on Nokia X and now Samsung Galaxy devices. It's called HERE and it seems to be a great-looking map app, although for now, access to it is still pretty limited. But if you own any of those devices and would like to have another app to look for places or explore the area around you, then this one looks like a good option for you.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gets dropped over and over and over

One of the constant nightmares of expensive smartphone owners is that they drop their phone, crack the screen, make it non-functioning and just make their life miserable, not to mention how much it would cost to have it repaired. And with the whole hullabaloo about a certain OEM that released a highly-anticipated smartphone only to have complaints about breaking and bendability, owners are now even more careful about their next big gadget purchase. Samsung decided to put your minds at ease by dropping their new Galaxy Note 4 over and over again and show how tough it is.

HTC’s Double Exposure event now up on YouTube

HTC just recent concluded their awaited media event and, while its new products didn't exactly take the mobile tech world by storm, it still managed to earn a few accolades and praises from tech pundits. And perhaps a few raised eyebrows from the fashion world as well. HTC is entering into a whole new world with its RE camera, the Desire EYE selfiest smartphone, and EYE imaging experience. And now you can watch the whole hour-long show on YouTube at your convenience.

Verizon DROID Turbo gets detailed in leaked manual

We've heard and seen leaks about Motorola's new DROID device heading for Verizon and so far it has painted a rather surprising picture of a smartphone that could very well have been Motorola's flagship. Now a leaked manual supposedly for the Verizon DROID Turbo has popped up that seemingly confirms that more than premium image of the device. But despite being a carrier-exclusive (at least as far as we know), it seems that the DROID Turbo still offers that same "vanilla" Android experience as the Moto X.

Doggins pits a time-traveling canine against a devious squirrel

They say that the Internet is like ancient Egypt, with people writing on walls and worshipping cats. There are, fortunately or unfortunately, depending on your proclivities, no cats in this game. Rather, this simple-looking but aesthetically beautiful game is all about a dog. Well, a dog and human history. Or actually a dog, human history, and the maniacal plot of a dastardly monocled squirrel to change the story of human invention. And of course, there will be time traveling involved. No phone booths though.