Android

Joule case delivers portable power wherever you may be

Keeping your Android gadgets powered up and working wherever you might roam can be a challenge. If you are the sort that likes to be away from home for days at a time or just wants to be prepared in the event of a disaster, the Joule case promises to keep power flowing.

TravelCard Plus to juice up your smartphone while on the go

As smartphones become bigger, the more battery it consumes. And as we become more mobile, the more we need external batteries to help our devices keep up. But being mobile also means you don't want to be lugging around all these cables and big, bulky battery extenders. A Kickstarter project, which is actually an upgrade of a successful one before, is bringing you a wallet-sized, thin battery which can power up your smartphone for a few extra hours, which is a lifeline when you're always on the go.

Beat the AUX B game and you might win tickets to B-Sides Music Fest

If you feel like untangling a mess of audio cables just to help a concert out, and then getting the chance to win a ticket to said major concert, all while holding your smartphone, then you better make space on your device for AUX B. If it's always been on your concert bucket list to be at the B-Sides Music Festival, then all the more reason for you to download this free puzzle game.

Android 5.1 Lollipop coming to NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet, Portable

If you're wondering if your NVIDIA SHIELD tablet or SHIELD Portable is going to get the latest Android Lollipop ever, we've got the answer. The company has already confirmed that the latest mobile OS will be coming very soon. It's not just Android 5.0 but the Android 5.1 version already. NVIDIA has not made a formal announcement but the company confirmed in a forum that the next Android 5.1 release will fix some performance and responsiveness issues.

Stick Squad back for 3rd installment on your Android device

Not a lot of people would admit that it's their secret dream to be an assassin. If you're one of those, then unless you want to go to jail for murder, it would have to remain a dream. Video games can be an outlet for all this secret dreams, and Stick Squad has been around for some time now for your mobile devices. The third installment of the game brings back the duo for "more killing action", digitally of course (thank goodness).

Plunder the high seas with Plunder Pirates, now on Android

Who didn't dream of becoming a pirate when they were young? No? But even if it wasn't your sole ambition to pillage and plunder, pirates have always been fascinating characters. A new Android game from the makers of Angry Birds let you live, fight, and defend like a buccaneering scalawag as you loot your way through different adventures. Plunder Pirates is the real-time strategy adventure game that is now available for smartphones and tablets.

Get ready for gore: Mortal Kombat X lands on Android

You may or may not already have your hands on the latest and probably the most blood, intestine, or even brain filled version of Mortal Kombat X that launched last week. Whichever the case, you might prefer to have some of that MKX goodness with you wherever you go, which means it's time for a mobile tie-in. Lucky for you, Warner Bros. is only too happy to oblige. But while the mobile game does have some of the high-quality graphics, and even a bit of the gore, of the console main game, don't expect the same immersion.

Signup for HTC Vive Developer Edition now open, free for devs

HTC joining the virtual reality game was a surprise to everyone at the Mobile World Congress last month. Taiwanese tech giant HTC partnered with Valve to bring the Vive VR headset perhaps to compete with Oculus, Samsung, and Google. We learned just before March ended that it's heading out free to developers. The time has come and HTC Vive Developer Edition is now ready for signups from willing developers.

WhatsApp looks to have pulled out Google Drive backup feature

A few days ago, we told you about an update to messaging app WhatsApp which allows you to back up your messages and your entire account onto Google Drive. The update was available on an APK Mirror but wasn't released on their Google Play Store page. Now it looks like they might have changed their mind or something because this feature has been disabled without any official announcement, and their latest build doesn't have this capability anymore.
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