OnePlus ‘Two’ details, launch date leaked, sort of

There were a lot of surprising moves in the smartphone industry in 2014, with Motorola as exhibit A – launching not one, not two, but three flagship level phones. There was also that thing where Apple reneged on Steve Jobs’ promise to never ever build a big phone. And then the OnePlus One happened – a flagship level phone that cost only USD$350 without contract subsidy. Today we’re hearing some whispers about what to expect from the next phone OnePlus will be putting out.

Xiaomi Redmi Note arriving in India, preloaded with Fleksy

The Android One may not make it big in India but the Redmi Note has great potential. This new smartphone from China will soon arrive in the country complete with kick-ass specs: 8-Core MTK 6592 or Snapdragon 400, 1.7GHz CPU or Quad-core 1.6GHz CPU for the 4G version, 2GB RAM, and a vast 5.5-inch HD IPS display screen.

Humble Mobile Bundle turns its eyes towards Crescent Moon

Once in a non-blue moon, Humble Bundle churns out a non-numbered bundle that instead focuses on a particular theme or publisher. This month's bundle gathers some of the popular games from Crescent Moon Games' catalog. It's the usual setup of pay what you want, pay more if you want more, bundling system, but this time, Humble Bundle is throwing in a new mechanic into the mix, depending on how much money the campaign rakes in.

The Hunt app: for the fashion-impaired and fashion-searching

Whether you're a fashion addict who keeps scouring the interwebs for stuff that you need to buy or want to buy someday, or you're a fashion-impaired person who constantly needs advice from more fashion-forward people, this app will surely be of use to you. The Hunt is now finally on Android and lets you become part of a community who lives and breathes fashion, either digitally or even off-line.

Blitz Racer: isometric, minimalist arcade racing game

When you think of racing games, immediately what comes to mind are simple, high-energy games with bombastic graphics and sounds. But a new game for Android devices may just be one of the most unique arcade racing games we've seen in a while. It is minimalist in design and graphics. It may be extremely difficult (unless you're one of those people who are really good at both geometry and physics). And it has shades of an endless runner game as well. Welcome to the world of Blitz Racer.

LG rolling out Android Lollipop for G3 in South Korea

This is good news for owners of the LG G3, as LG is ready to roll out updates to Android 5.0 for the flagship phone this week, albeit limited to the South Korean market for now. This is not new for LG, as it usually prioritizes its home market for updates like this.

T-Mobile adds Google Music and 14 other services to Music Freedom

T-Mobile has got more in store for faithful subscribers as it brings free Google Music streaming together with 26 other services. The carrier has been very generous lately by extending its Music Freedom service. The company decided not to count music streaming against your monthly data so more people are happy now.

SnapJet prints photos directly from your smartphone

While browsing through your photos on your smartphone from your vacation or a night out with friends is always nice (and at times, entertaining), there are moments when you'd really love to have printed versions of your favorite ones. A new Kickstarter project aims to bring that capability with the SnapJet device, and you don't even need any wires or apps to do so. It just makes use of good old analog instant film and fiber optic technology.
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