Android

Amazon offers unlimited cloud storage plans

It used to be that users were already satisfied with getting 1 or 2 GB free from cloud storage services. But with the amount of media and data files that we collect everyday, mobile users are now looking for those that will be able to offer more than that. Some still go for free storage, but others are now willing to pay given the right incentive and also given the right, trusted brand. Amazon is a name that most people willingly share their credit card info with on a regular basis so it should be right up their ally.

Keep your files safe with a 2-Yr SOS Online Backup plan [DEALS]

Backing up our important files and precious memories is something we all know we must do but almost never do. We never run out excuses. It's too hard to create a foolproof setup. Or it may be too expensive too avail of good backup hardware or services. Those excuses become of little comfort when everything goes south. Now, however, you have little to no excuse with this sweet deal from Android Community. You can get your peace of mind with this 2-year subscription to SOS Online's Infinite Cloud Backup service.

Syberia 2 adventure game now available for Android devices

If 2004 seems like a million years ago (well, a decade to be precise), then it means it's time to introduce a whole new generation to a game that was extremely popular back then. Syberia 2 is the sequel to, well, of course Syberia (which also came to Android recently) and is now available for the first time for Android smartphones and tablets.

Square Enix’s Final Fantasy: Record Keeper in the house

You think Square Enix and you immediately think Final Fantasy. That’s what you’re getting with “Final Fantasy: Record Keeper”, a nostalgic review of great Final Fantasy series moments. This time though, Square Enix is partnering with DeNA for their “free-to-play” expertise – which is good news for us. This new game is available F2P, that is, free-to-play.

Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9: where and when to get them

The cat is out of the bag: Samsung's and HTC's flagships are coming to town. But while they are set for an April launch, some might be able to get their hands on one, or at least on a pre-order form, earlier than others. If you're a bit confused on where to get them, if you haven't sworn fealty to a carrier, Android Community has the low down on availability dates as well as some prices to help you make the decision of which smartphone to get this year.

Galaxy S6 to reportedly have dual sim in China, Russia, Philippines

We're still a few weeks away from the official release of Samsung's newest flagship the Galaxy S6, but already, rumors of a dual SIM version have been flooding tech sites these past days. A Chinese website has reportedly gotten hold of this variant, ahead of the March 31 press conference, and if the pictures are to be believed, this Galaxy S6 definitely shows a dual sim tray. Other news sites have also said Russia and the Philippines will also have this version of the flagship.

Huawei rumored to launch Ascend P8 this April

We still don't have an official announcement yet as to what Huawei will be announcing during their launch event this coming April 15. But if we were betting people, we'd put our money on something that it will be their long-rumored Ascend P8. The invite in itself screams the number 8 or at least a fallen 8/infinity symbol, so unless they're revealing 8 different products, or a new smartphone/tablet model that has the number 8 in it, then we're pretty sure our guess is right.

Neo smartpen N2 fuses physical handwriting and digital notekeeping

It's interesting to see that as our lives become more and more digital, there is a certain movement towards going back to old school analog habits and then melding them with our current digital set-up. We see that in the emergence of cameras and accessories that print photos immediately and now with apps and hardware trying to merge actual writing with a digital twist. The Neo smartpen N2 is one of those products that would appeal to artists and productivity nuts that would like the best of both worlds.

Castro: a system information app that actually looks good

System information apps really aren't the sexiest. It doesn't have fancy features, secret hidden bonus gems, flashy animation, or any of the things that we're used to seeing in our favorite apps. So when a device hardware app comes out looking all pretty and spiffy, it's a cause for celebration right? Castro is just that, and of course it brings you all the information you'd need (and even those that you won't) about your device.
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