D-Link puts out a micro-USB TV Tuner for Android

If you don’t live in Japan or in South Korea – where embedded TV services on smartphones is the norm – there is still not an easy way to get free TV reception on your Android device when you’re on-the-go. Apart from a few of the smaller Android device manufacturers in Southeast Asia, TV reception is still not a main feature of Android smartphones. For that purpose, D-Link has released the DWM-T100 micro-USB TV tuner.

Trial Xtreme 4: trial bike riding through your mobile device

Extreme bike riding is probably one of the toughest (not to mention dangerous) but coolest individual sports around. But what if you're not built (or are too lazy) to endure the training needed to become a great biker? What if the only exercise you get is moving your finger back and forth a screen or flexing your wrists by tilting and turning your mobile device? Then the solution to that is the latest edition in the Trial Xtreme series.

Medieval Wars tests your strategic mind in the Middle Ages

HeroCraft, makers of the Strategy & Tactics series, is building upon their relative success with the game series by releasing a 3rd game in the Strategy & Tactics mold called “Medieval Wars”. No prizes for guessing the time period of the game, as it is obviously set in medieval Europe.

LYNE, Doodle Kingdom, OTTTD feature in Humble Mobile Bundle 10

Knot your brain, bring your creations to life, or blast away over-the-top enemies like a real action hero with the latest bundle of games featured in the Humble Bundle for mobile. This tenth installment of awesome games you’d like at the price you want features superb creations for your Android device, including the charming Buddy & Me from Sunbreak Games, the simple-yet-complex LYNE that “knots your brain while calming your soul” from developer Thomas Bowker, and the equally fun and enjoyable Doodle Kingdom from JoyBits.

Motorola releases app for managing voice mails

When you think of voice mail, it's not something that would excite you or would make you think of high-tech visual apps. All you would want is something that is practical and something that works. That is probably what Motorola was thinking when they created the Visual Voice Mail, which is not the most exciting app around, but gets (or should) the job done.

Official-looking Lollipop firmware for Samsung Galaxy S4 leaked

We all know that for all of Samsung’s tech nous, the South Korean company can’t very well launch the most recent Lollipop firmware versions for all their top-of-the-line devices at the same time. This would be confusing as heck for them and so we understand (grudgingly) the delay. However, leaks like this – an official-ish Android 5.0.1 version of the firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S4 – keep us excited about the official release.

HTC One M7 gets a Sense 6 Lollipop ROM

Great news especially for those still unwilling to part ways with their old-ish HTC One M7 smartphones either for practical or sentimental reasons. XDA developer "LlabTooFer" confirmed that the MaximusHD 50.0.0 update, which the developer is dubbing as the “world’s first custom Android 5.0.2 and Sense 6.0 ROM” for the HTC One M7, is finally available.

HTC One (M8) gets Android 4.4.4, HD Voice support from AT&T

The HTC One (M8) may have finally received the Android 5.0 update but that doesn't mean AT&T has forgotten about those units still running the older Android version. The mobile carrier recently rolled out the official Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Those who want Lollipop would have to wait for a bit or upgrade to this version first to receive a number of important performance and security updates.

WhatsApp update now “respects” priority mode for Lollipop devices

One of the new things that Android users can expect from the Android 5.0 Lollipop update is a mode called Priority which filters those you've marked as important and gives you alerts even when you are basically on silent or do not disturb mode. But popular messenger WhatsApp seemed to not be applying that mode previously, but a new update to the app has made all things right.