When Google first debuted Google Cardboard, it seemed like little more than a fun experiment in making an ultra-affordable virtual reality headset. But it seems Cardboard has taken off perhaps more than the company originally expected. Google has announced several noteworthy changes to the Google Cardboard program today, including two acquisitions, that prove ... Read More »
This is apparently the week for long-forgotten projects to finally deliver. Like Jorno, the Recon Jet was a project that immediately caught my eye. When they first announced the Recon Jet Pilot Edition in June of 2013, I considered it but I was just days away from heading to New York to pick up ... Read More »
LG isn’t one to try and hush things up. The company’s mode of operation tends more towards teasing its devices right up until release. The upcoming LG G4 is no exception, and LG has just released a photo of the back of the device that confirms that it will have a ... Read More »
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Meerkat, the quick success livestreaming platform, has announced an open beta for its Android app. After a sudden burst onto the scene last month, Meerkat has been quickly trying to develop a stable Android app, allowing it to have a broader user base. With Twitter’s competitor app Periscope quickly gaining traction, Meerkat needs to find ... Read More »
Cyanogen, the ROM developement team turned corporation, has announced a partnership with Microsoft in which it will bundle Microsoft apps with Cyanogen OS. Cyanogen has been working to “set Android free” from Google, claiming that the company has tainted the open source vision of the OS by setting certain requirements on ... Read More »
Amazon is hosting another Free App of the Day bundle, with this set featuring 26 different paid apps for free. Amazon has been hosting a myriad of bundles and sales like this, and if you haven’t been taking advantage of them, now is a great time to get started. Today’s bundle includes some ... Read More »
After debuting the Android for Work initiative back in February, Google today launched its official Android for Work app in the Play Store.
Android Device Manager has been able to find your phone for some time now, but Google just made it a whole lot easier. If you simply type “find my phone” into a Google search you will be greeted with a map revealing the location of your device.
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The Amazon Fire phone saw its price reduced to sub-$200 levels once in January and once in February, but there was no such discount in March. The sales are back in April, though, because Amazon is having another big Fire sale.
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Reports from more than a few new Samsung Galaxy S6 edge owners have begun to surface online alleging that auto-rotation issues on the device are widespread with no fix available right now.