Project Fi is FInally here and is everything we expected

Google has finally pulled away the veil from what is really called Project Fi and it seems that the information that was gleaned from an earlier leak was quite spot on. Google's experimental wireless service is bound to make both consumers and carriers rethink how they're doing business, though it might not have ramifications in the industry immediately. While we do know most of the basics of Project Fi, they say that the devil is in the details, so let's take a peek at the three core features of the program.

Puzzle meets RPG in Dungeon Link, now on Android

If you like either puzzle games or role-playing ones, or both, then games that combine the two should be catnip to a mobile gamer like you. Dungeon Link is a new Android game that looks simple on paper, a bit more complicated based on the back story, but ultimately, should be a fun time-filler based on the graphics and gameplay. Combining two of the most popular kinds of games and adding a social element to it should pique the interest of those looking for a new game to play.

PLEX version 4.2 comes out with fixes and interface updates

We’ve talked about the PLEX app a couple of times here before, and if you haven’t heard of this great media player suite before, we promise you – you could do worse. PLEX is one of the more solid server-caster-player apps out there, whether you just like to keep your media library in a nice order, or if you’re looking for an easy way to cast your content to either mobile or TV. The developers just came out with a new update, promising fixes and interface tweaks.

Emergency Red Cross app to help you cope during disasters

With disasters, both natural and man-made, becoming a common occurrence in our lives, and since we're glued to our gadgets even when there's an earthquake or hurricane, it should make sense that we have apps for disaster preparedness and disaster response as well. Who better to develop this app than the American Red Cross? They've come up with the Emergency app, containing all the information you would need for different kinds of disasters, as well as an update mechanism to warn or let loved ones know you're safe during times of crisis.

Social gaming now available on your Blackberry Messenger

While Blackberry has taken a huge fall in recent years and has earned a rep for being a poster boy for failing in the age of digital and gadgets, they have been slowly trying to reinvent themselves, focusing more on software technology rather than creating more hardware. Their latest move is to introduce social gaming to BBM users through the BBM Connect Games for Android. This is following in the footsteps of other messaging apps also integrating games onto your normal, everyday chats.

Samsung Galaxy S6 / Edge Review

The first question you should be asking yourself - after you've decided on a Samsung Galaxy S6 - is whether or not you want to go with the Edge. Your choice will influence the rest of your life in the smartphone environment. While the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge have a LOT of the same elements, they present ever-so-slightly different aims for Samsung in the smartphone universe. Samsung presents you with two options and a question: do you want the best of today, or a glimpse of tomorrow?

“Filter” your photos through geometrical shapes with Overam

With photo editing and filtering apps a dime a dozen, you need something different and special to stand out from the crowd. Overam seems to have achieved that by offering its users something unique. Instead of the usual vintage, sepia, hipster filters that you can apply to your photos to make them somewhat cooler, with this app you get to use geometrical shapes to enhance your mobile pictures. "Where geometry directs photography," is apparently their philosophy.

Twitter revises policies and procedures for abusive tweets/accounts

Social media is both a boon and a bane to humanity for so many reasons. And while it is indeed interesting and fun to go on Twitter, read updates and opinions, and start conversations, a lot of times we encounter abusive tweets and users, whether directed at us or those that we see thrown at other people. Twitter is now introducing new policies and procedures to curb abusive tweets and to punish those who are sending said tweets.

Qualcomm to build its next-gen chips on Samsung foundries

Make no mistake about it, this is a big deal for everyone following tech news. Qualcomm, makers of the Snapdragon chipsets that are so famous in the mobile industry, are set to move away from tradition and have come to an agreement that their next-gen chips – the Snapdragon 820, in all possibilities – will be made using Samsung’s foundries.
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