Smartphones will only get smarter and smarter. The smartphone era may never come to an end and every new smartphone that is revealed each day will only outsmart the previous models. There’s actually no limit to what people can
Nokia‘s mapping app HERE continues to try and best the previously unbeatable Google Maps and this latest update will bring them even closer to that goal. Their blog post says the new features per continent is “too
Sony’s latest SmartWear model is now available for pre-order at Verizon Wireless. The new SmartWatch3 is coming soon on Google Play too and should be ready this October as we reported a couple of weeks ago.
Get moving. Google wants you to move and exercise with the updated Android Wear. If you still don’t have a smartwatch, maybe it’s time to get one. You’ll be motivated to do some workout in a geeky way.
Glympse has been available for Android users for a long time now. In fact, we first talked about it hitting the Android platform way back in 2009. Glympse is an app that allows you to share you location information with other
Imagine you’re meeting with some of your friends but all of you are not familiar with the place you’re going to. You’re switching back and forth between your location app and your group chat just so you can keep track of
After child-friendly tablets, it was only a matter of time before manufacturers started zeroing on kids again, this time with wearable technology instead. Though not exactly the first, LG is now jumping into the fray with KizON,
Android users now have another option to consider when it comes to navigation. This latest app is called Viago and from a company that will be familiar to many — Garmin. The Garmin Viago app is available from today, priced
The Automatic Link is touted as a “Smart Driving Assistant” but given support had been limited to iOS, it may not have been on the radar of many Android users. The good news is that has changed as of today. The
For what seems like the millionth time, this year alone, I’ve seen someone post an “I lost my phone” status update on Facebook. Clearly the millionth time reference is an exaggeration, but seriously, how can you