goTenna lets you message from remote locations

Hiking. Camping. Going out of town. Gone are the days when you can just leave your mobile phone while doing any of these activities. Even if you don’t have data connection in the area you’re going to, you still need to have your smartphone with you, whether it’s for productivity or even just simple messaging. A new device called goTenna wants to make sure you can at least have messaging capability wherever you are.

cPulse LED Case lets your phone be a smart lighting device

Did you ever look at your Android phone’s backlight (that sometimes blinds your eyes when you’re in the dark) and think to yourself: “Wouldn’t this be so much better if this was LED light?” Well, some tech guys from France thought of the exact same thing and came up with cPulse, the world’s first smart LED lighting case. It can turn your phone into a cool LED lighting source, unlike any other in the market right now.

Android Wear to get API for making custom watch faces

Despite having its official release and even official devices, Android Wear might still be a bit raw, untested in the wild at the very least. So it isn't surprising to learn that not everything is set in stone yet, even when it comes to the tools that developers need. The Android Wear team has just revealed that they are working on API that will make it easy for developers to create their own custom watch faces.

Select Nokia X designs to become Windows phones

It was really inevitable so it's no surprise that Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella wrote in an open letter that Nokia X phones will be discontinued. Sort of. His exact words were "select Nokia X product designs to become Lumia products running Windows", hinting that some of the existing line might see themselves running Windows Phone 8.1 soon.

Be part of the Guardians of the Galaxy in new Android game

When Marvel first announced that they were coming up with a new superhero movie, fans were excited about which of their famous characters were getting the big screen treatment next. But when they revealed it was the little known Guardians of the Galaxy, many were baffled at first. But due to the marketing genius of Marvel and Walt Disney, anticipation is now at a high, and this new Android Game will certainly fuel that excitement as well.

Floatify brings Android L-type notifications to smartphones

If you’re one of those who can’t wait until the actual Android L update is here already, there are some apps now that can give you a preview of what it will be like, well at least as far as notifications go. Floatify is one of the earlier apps that does that, and it promises to give your smartphones a smarter way of dealing with notifications. Released just last week, now it has been updated with even more new features.

Magic 2015 brings the battle of the planes to Android

If you're tired of the dozens of card-collecting games, or card-collecting games masquerading as role-playing games, on Android, here's your chance to play the game that started it all. Wizards of the Coast has just unleashed Magic 2015 Duels of the Planeswalkers and now the popular CCG is marching right into Android. Gather up your cards and build up your deck, because you will be fighting for your life.

Samsung “Level” Audio accessories now available in the US

Several months after they first revealed the “Level” line of audio accessories, Samsung has finally announced that the high-end audio portfolio is now available in the US market. The headphones and Bluetooth speaker will be ready for purchase online and through several retail stores starting next week and were created to enhance the audial experience with Samsung smartphones and gadgets.
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