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Rumors say Android Wear soon to have WiFi, gesture control

After Apple has finally announced more details about their very first wearable, the Apple Watch, it seems highly unlikely that Google will not make even more improvements to their very own Android Wear smartwatch platform. Rumors about the next update to the software says that it will finally turn on the WiFi support, as well as give users easier access to the apps and notifications on their smartwatches.

Twitter leak: Is this what the LG G4 will look like?

It might not hit the market anytime soon yet, but already rumors about the LG G4 are already swirling about. In fact, an early image render of the OEM's upcoming flagship has leaked on Twitter. And if this image is true or even closer to the actual smartphone, then it looks...just like the current flagship, the LG G3! Granted, the leaked photo only gives us a back view of the gray-themed smartphone, but based on that image, there doesn't seem to be much difference between the current and the future.

Several websites offering HTC One M9

One of the most frustrating things after an OEM has announced a brand new flagship or product is the lack of information as to its pricing and when it will be available. That's why we have to "rely" on rumors and leaks to at least give us an estimate of what we should be saving up for and how much time we have to gather our resources. HTC's new flagship, the One M9 has received rave reviews, and now some websites are showing listings of the smartphone, with pricing and availability listed.

UA Profile tips AT&T Galaxy S6 Active

Samsung has been peddling smartphones that are very popular with users around the world for years. One of the things that Samsung has done over the last few years is toss out versions of the Galaxy S devices dubbed Active editions. These smartphones are most known for having a ruggedized design and water resistance.

Rumor: Samsung “Next Big Thing” marketing chief to leave

The man responsible for Samsung almost bringing down their erstwhile rival to their knees is reportedly set to leave the Korean OEM. Chief Marketing Officer Todd Pendleton was responsible for "The Next Big Thing" campaign that brought such a huge success for Samsung and the Galaxy S3 in particular. Rumors have said he has already announced his resignation to colleagues, although this has not been officially confirmed yet by the company or Pendleton.

Google to reportedly release Android Wear app for iOs devices

With a lot of skepticism and not much excitement about the soon-to-be released Apple Watch, Google is reportedly already preparing to venture into the tough world of iOS users and release the Android Wear app for iPhone and iPad users. A French technology website is citing sources close to the tech giant, saying this is not a too far-out possibility as they are trying to expand their wearable market, even beyond the already large Android-using market.

Galaxy S6 Edge may be called Galaxy S Dual Edge

We have been talking about some of the rumors surrounding the coming Samsung smartphone with the curved LCD that wraps around the edges of the device. So far, the device has been called the Galaxy S6 Edge. This is the device was saw in AnTuTu benchmarks earlier this month. A new report has surfaced that suggest the name we have been using for the new curved screen smartphone is wrong.

Android Pay tipped for Google I/O unveiling

Sources have again surfaced, and they bring with them whispers of an upcoming "Android Pay" announcement at Google's I/O conference early this summer. Android Pay, should it come to fruition, will work exactly as you'd expect: it'll be used to accept payments in apps, and to pay for items in stores with a tap-to-pay arrangement and support for Android Pay. According to sources, Android Pay will likewise be built from the ground-up for Android devs, and will be, by the looks of things, a direct competitor to Apple Pay.

Nexus 6 now on Amazon, Moto E soon with Verizon (maybe)

Motorola has been on a smartphone roll of late, being the OEM of choice for Google's Nexus 6, and receiving good reviews for their newer handsets, including the mid-range Moto E. The main problem has been availability though, as they usually run out of stock and people have to search far and wide (well, on their computers at least) if they want to get a unit, specifically for the Nexus 6. But now Motorola is widening their reach, with both confirmed and rumored news.
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