Kemco offers popular RPG games for less than a dollar each

Kemco is one of those generous mobile game developers who regularly offer their paid games at a more affordable price of $0.99. Just last month, the company put eight games on sale. This February, Kemco is offering another sale--with seven games now available for less than a dollar. This is a good promo for those who've been wanting to buy some of Kemco game titles but are hesitant to spend their hard-earned money.

Samsung Galaxy S3 gets Lollipop with Paranoid Android ROM

This is a testament to how well Samsung built the Galaxy S3, that it is still alive and kicking – and custom Lollipop ROMs are still being built for it today. We have to remember that the Samsung Galaxy S3 was once king of the smartphone world, and a lot of units are still being used even to this day. With this Paranoid Android build, the Galaxy S3 can start experiencing some Lollipop goodness – with a few bugs here and there.

Prezi presentation app now available for Android

If you're one of those people that think PowerPoint and Keynote are so year 2000, then you've probably have been enjoying making your work or school presentations on this thing called Prezi. This platform has been around for some years now, but they have only now released their app for Android devices, as it has been one of the most requested products for the developers from their audience. And now it is here, giving you the ability to carry your Prezis wherever you go.

LG releases product announcement video for Watch Urbane

When LG released its G Watch last year, people were genuinely excited and interested how the OEM will create their first wearable for the Android Wear platform. However, the hype was better than the product, and the G Watch became an example of how not to make a smartwatch. They were able to improve things considerably with the LG G Watch R, but it looks like they're bringing it up another notch with the upcoming LG Watch Urbane.

Grey Cubes: the new face of block-breaking games

If you're old enough to remember the good old days of block-breaking games like Arkanoid, Breakout, etc, then you've probably been wishing for them to make a comeback. The developers of the new game Grey Cubes say they've created the modern version of the classic arcade favorite, bringing together the same simple gameplay we're familiar with, but with a three-dimensional feel and graphics.

IDC says Android dominated the market in 2014

The newest IDC numbers are in, and they show that the mobile world has been swept up by Android and iOS, with the former of those two being able to boast as last year's mobile platform victor. Both Android and iOS have nearly consumed the entire digital world, claiming a place on 96.3-percent of the world's smartphones (Windows Phone takes up most of the remaining percentage). Android was clearly the champ among them all, with over a billion units shipped over the course of the year and the majority of the market share.

LG G Flex2 rolls out to the rest of the world

LG is making a big fuss over MWC 2015 but that doesn't mean it's taking things sitting down. Instead of trying to play tug of war over the spotlight, the Korean manufacturer is doing all its announcements before the event. It has just recently unveiled a new set of mid-range smartphones and now it is announcing that its hottest new product, the LG G Flex2, will be available this week in more places around the world, with more to come after MWC 2015 is done.

Sony ‘leaks’ Xperia Z4 Tablet with 2K display, possible MWC launch

We know how this works – manufacturers tend to test out website elements for new products and try to pull them out as quickly as possible, maybe for real world testing, maybe to get people to start talking about said product. We’ve seen it done many times before – and it just might be what we’re seeing here as Sony did a quick “one-two” for the upcoming Xperia Z4 Tablet device.