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Google updates Material Design resources for Android 5 release

Google initially released its Material Design guidelines in July and designed it as a feedback mechanism from developers to refine the initial aesthetic and look of Android 5.0 when it was unveiled in February. Today, it has updated these resources and guidelines as the release date nears.

LG HD MiniBeam projector produces 300 lumens

There have been tiny projectors floating around for a long time that are designed to connect to your smartphone or tablet to give you larger images to enjoy. A new projector has landed from LG called the HD MiniBeam PH300 has launched and it promises some really nice features and would be great for projecting images from your smartphone or tablet.

First buyers of Galaxy Note 4 to get free access to OnLive gaming

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be released tomorrow in the United States and the anticipation is building up. As early as now, a lot of Android fans have expressed excitement over the latest phablet from the South Korean giant. It’s already available in some parts of the world and is expected to be available to the rest of the world this October.

Android Lollipop is coming to all Sony Xperia Z devices

Boo yah! Sony just dropped a big one on us today as they have announced what seems to be a roadmap for future software releases on their premium Xperia Z series. We’ve all heard of Android Lollipop (who hasn’t?), and we’ve all seen what it can do – the minimalist Material Design, the new features. That’s one thing. But it is a whole other thing – and exciting, at that – to declare that a whole series of your premium phones is getting it.

Potential app lets you know battery status of all your devices

Any device with low battery is deemed almost useless until you plug and see battery level rise. A full, green battery is always a sight to behold. But sadly, that is not always the case. Gadgets run on juice and most of them won’t last the whole day. The technique is to bring a charger or a power bank with you all the time. Or, just charge the device anytime there is a chance. You don’t want to suddenly run out of batt when you’re in an important conversation, do you?

Samsung talks Galaxy Note 4 accessibility features

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet has been available to purchase in some countries for a while now. It might not be available in your neck of the woods just yet, but with availability some places already, we know all there is to know about the smartphone. We have even seen it torture tested using a robotic butt. Samsung has taken the time to talk a bit about the accessibility features crammed into the Note 4, and there are a lot of them.

Samsung offers extended warranty for selected Galaxy devices

Damaged smartphones and phablets, especially the ones that you bought for a lot of money, are a living and very real nightmare for gadget owners. No matter how careful you are in handling your phone, accidents will happen. You will drop your phone. You will spill something on it. No matter how tough your phone supposedly is, there will be damage at one point. And if your warranty is expired, good luck then. Samsung is now offering a product that will somehow set your mind at ease when it comes to this problem.
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