Android

InfiniteUSB connects multiple devices to a single USB port

If you have ever had to cycle your smartphones or tablets around because you only have one USB wall charger or a single available USB port on your notebook, we feel your pain. You try to get enough power in each device that you can use them all and often you end up without enough power in any of them for what you need to do.

LinkedIn Job Search app now available on Android

Gone are the days when you spent all your time scouring for job openings in newspapers or going from one job agency to another. Even with all the technology today, it's still a pretty stressful task to jump from one link to another, trying to look for that next gig that would give you a regular paycheck. The largest professional/social network LinkedIn has now added another app to its roster, which should help you make the job seeking a little easier.

Quickoffice updated but only to move you to Docs, Sheets, Slides

It's been 9 months since it has been updated and not it looks like QuickOffice is finally being truly pushed out of the picture by Google. A new "update" to the app has not really changed things, but instead informs users that this app isn't being supported anymore and instead they should move on to Docs, Sheets, and Slides. We don't get why they don't just disable the app, but okay, a handful of people still use it, so there.

Stormblades slashes into Android, almost like Infinity Blade

When the "hack 'n' slash" game Infinity Blade landed on the iPhone, it became the standard for action RPGs on mobile, especially on the iPhone, because of the lethal combination of gorgeous graphics and gesture-based controls. Two Infinity Blade games later, the title still hasn't made its way into Android. That's not to say there has been no attempt to create something similar on our beloved. Stormblades, which was just launched by Subway Surfers developer Kiloo, is just one of the latest to try to do so. And it almost gets it. Almost.

Bomb critters on your TV or Shield in new Android game

There are mobile games meant for tapping or swiping or turning your devices every which way. there are those that need careful strategy and planning before you start playing. And then there are games where you need to just bomb everything away. This new game called Bombing Bastards is, from the name itself, the third kind of game that we mentioned. And it is infinitely more fun if you don't do it alone.

What do you think is OnePlus’ #OneGameChanger?

OnePlus is a relatively new player in the smartphone market, but they believe they are first and foremost a technology company. Their OnePlus One has met with great reviews but mixed success, mostly due to its unusual way of marketing and distribution. Now they're going a different route once again as they tease the public about the next product that they're releasing through some "clues" that they've posted on their website's forum.

Atari launches multi-platform, gamified fitness app

Interactive entertainment and gamemaker giant Atari is venturing into something different but at the same time, a bit familiar to them.They are launching a new fitness app that will combine the features that have made exercising and maintaining a healthy lifestyle a breeze and at the same time, challenging consumers to get to the next level by introducing gamification into your lifestyle.

Icon Q releases their first smartphone, the Q5.5

If you're looking for a dual SIM smartphone that is not locked to any carrier and has pretty decent specs, there are a lot of options out there. But if you're in the mood (and have the money) to try out an untested brand, we have just the thing for you. Icon Q, which is mostly known for mobile device accessories, has just announced that they are launching their first ever smartphone, the Q5.5, which they are billing as their travel super phone.