htc google play 640x467A report from earlier this week suggested that we could be getting Android 5.0 Lollipop on the HTC One M8 and M7 Google Play Editions this Friday, which is today, but unfortunately if you’re the owner of either handset, you’re out of luck because according to a recent tweet by HTC it looks like the update has been delayed.

According to Mo Versi, VP of Product Management at HTC, he revealed that while the update was supposed to arrive today for their handsets, Google had advised them to take the software for one more spin before releasing it, suggesting that the update might not be ready for prime time just yet. Read full post →Android 5.0 Delayed For HTC’s Google Play Edition Handsets



Streaming Ps in the Chrome Store 640x360While Chromebooks might be seen as really lightweight versions of laptops in the sense that they can’t really run heavy duty software, things have definitely changed over the years, especially with Google and Adobe announcing back in September that Photoshop would be making its way onto Chrome OS.

Well the good news is that after laboring at it for the past 2 years, it looks like Photoshop has finally made its way onto Chrome, but unfortunately if you’re looking to get your hands on it, you can’t, at least not yet. Photoshop is available for download via the Chrome Web Store but it seems that it is only limited to educational institutions for now and for the next 6 months. Read full post →Photoshop Streaming Makes Its Way Onto Chrome



molten corgi 640x362For a game that’s 10 years old, having 10 million active subscribers is no small feat but yet Blizzard has managed to pull that off with World of Warcraft, whose latest expansion was released about a little over a week ago. That being said to celebrate its 10th anniversary, Blizzard has announced a celebration of sorts.

This celebration would see gamers who log into the game obtain the 10 year anniversary achievement followed by a free pet in the form of a Molten Corgi which you can see in the image above. Blizzard will also be revamping the Molten Core raid just for the celebration where players are able to form 40-man raid groups via the Raid Finder. Read full post →Blizzard Announces World Of Warcraft 10th Anniversary In-Game Events


google logo 2011 10 25Google is a massive company and they have their fingers in all sort of pots – music, video, search, productivity, email, robots, self-driving cars, and so on. But are they getting too big? Well according to the European Parliament, it seems that they are thinking that Google is becoming too big for its own good, so much so that they are considering a draft motion that could see Google being split up into multiple companies.

This is according to a report from the Financial Times (paywall; via Android Central) where it seems that the charge is being led by the German representatives. The publication writes, “A vote to effectively single out a big US company for censure is extremely rare in the European parliament and is in part a reflection of how Germany’s politicians have turned against Google this year.” Read full post →European Parliament Wants To Break Google Up Into Smaller Companies


nexus 6 led 640x320There are many Android handsets out there that comes with a built-in LED notification light to inform its user that there are notifications to tend to. Users can customize these LED lights to display different colors to correspond to different notifications, like one color to depict calls, another color for messages, social media, and so on.

In fact the Nexus 5 had such an LED notification, but what about the Nexus 6? Well the good news is that if you were wondering if Google/Motorola had done away with the LED, it does not seem like they have. According to reports, it seems that the LED notification light on the Nexus 6 is tucked away behind the speaker grill at the top of the phone, as you can see in the photo above. Read full post →Nexus 6 Has A Hidden Notification LED, Will Need Root Access


nexus 6 review 1 640x428No one likes phones that comes with buggy software, especially not after you’ve spent a couple of hundred to get your hands on one. Well unfortunately it looks like there are some Nexus 6 owners who have bought the phone from AT&T who are currently experiencing software issues. For those hearing about this for the first time, basically the bug is where the phone is turned on and shows a black screen.

It will then fail to connect to service which ultimately leaves the phone useless. It’s a pretty serious bug and not one that customers can sit around and wait for an OTA update, especially since the phone won’t even turn on! Well AT&T has since asked customers to return the phones to them in which they will replace them with working models. Read full post →Motorola Acknowledges Fatal Bug In AT&T’s Nexus 6


karaluxThe iPad Air 2 is definitely not a cheap tablet at all, as this happens to be the thinnest tablet on the planet – which will also warrant a relatively higher price point compared to other tablet models out there in the market. Having said that, this particular iOS-powered device will also come with 2GB RAM, and since it is already rather exclusive for a tablet in its class, how about bringing things up by another notch through the 24K gold-plated iPad Air 2?

Read full post →iPad Air 2 Gets A Golden Touch


galaxy note 4 review 24 640x426Samsung looks set to make sure that their flagship phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, will soon be on the receiving end of a spanking new firmware update. In this upcoming update, it intends to help the device improve its overall performance as well as add a dash of stability to the entire mix. In fact, there are Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners in Germany as well as Greece who happen to have reported that their respective smartphones has received the prompt to install the most recent Galaxy Note 4 firmware alongside build number N910FXXU1ANK4, with the entire shebang weighing in at 137MB.

Read full post →Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Receives Another Update


amazon logo largeNetflix might be doing extremely well for itself, having announced that this video streaming service is set to launch in both New Zealand and Australia later next March, but this does not mean that they are alone in such an industry. no sir, as Amazon could very well make a foray into this market, where it is touted that Amazon will roll out a free streaming video service. Of course, since there is no such thing as the proverbial “free lunch” in this world, such a streaming video service from Amazon would be supported by ads.

Read full post →Amazon To Launch Free Video Streaming Service


monitor3For gamers who are looking to get the best out of their gaming rigs, they’ve probably scouted around for monitors with the fastest response times, and in the case of NVIDIA GPU owners, probably looked for monitors that supports NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology. So where does this leave AMD gamers?

While to some gamers this might not be a big deal, there are some who strongly believe that this matters, and if you’re an AMD gamer you’re in luck because Samsung has recently announced two new monitors that will support AMD’s FreeSync which is the company’s answer to NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology. Read full post →Samsung Unveils New Monitors With AMD’s FreeSync Technology