Android Lollipop revealed with Nexus 6, 9, and Player

This afternoon Google revealed that they’d be releasing Android L as Android 5.0 Lollipop. Along with this release comes three new devices, the Nexus 6 smartphone, the Nexus 9 tablet, and the Nexus Player. The Nexus Player is the first official Android TV device to be released with Google, and it’s made by ASUS. The Nexus 6 is made by Motorola, and the Nexus 9 is made by HTC.

Leaks show pictures and specs of new Fitbit models

It's still a few months away, but already leaks and rumors abound regarding the new Fitbit models that will be launched in 2015. A tech website got its hands on the marketing materials for the Fitbit Charge and Charge HR and it looks like both are a somehow refurbished version of the Fitbit Force. The company was forced to recall the Force last year after the nickel in the band caused some to break out in rashes and burns. Is this the second (and better) coming of the fitness band?

EA rolls out yet another update for Plants vs Zombies 2

Electronic Arts is still banking on Plants vs Zombies to bring in money. Why wouldn’t it since the mobile game is still popular although nothing compared to when it first came out. The Plants vs Zombies 2 was released October last year and has since received numerous updates. It introduced new map mechanics, brought back the big bad Zomboss, and released a Far Future expansion. A couple of months ago, new worlds, levels, and zombies have been added too.

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?

Project J challenges players to be the light

A new game has hit the Android operating system recently called Project J and it promises to be a very challenging game. Project J sees players playing as light in a world overcome with shadows. To refill the energy of light, payers have to navigate mazes and capture sparks to survive.

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.

Skype Qik lets you send quick video messages to loved ones

In the age of the quick, the GIF and the ephemeral, video calling apps like Skype are perfectly fine for work-related or more "formal" type of conversations. But what about for when you just want to send a quick video message to a friend or a group of friends? What if you want a GIF-like message that you can send out whenever the situation warrants it? And what if you want some video messages to not last forever? Yes, you have such apps like Snapchat or even Instagram for that, but Skype would like to be part of that video conversation as well.

OPPO N3 camera confirmed: 1/2.3 sensor, auto-rotation

OPPO's Find smartphone line have been notable to be more camera oriented than its Chinese rivals but its new N series seems to be catching up quite a bit. Over at its Weibo account, the manufacturer has just teased a rather remarkable feature of the OPPO N3, at least as far as cameras are concerned. It will be sporting an impressive 16 megapixel 1/2.3-inch sensor on par with some of the high-end camera smartphones around. It also confirms that strange auto-rotation mechanism rumored just recently.

Watch videos from Firefox for Android on your TV

Sending content from any mobile device to your TV is possible with Chromecast or Roku. Another way is to use Firefox for Android to view content from your smartphone or tablet straight to your TV as long as they are supported.