Apps in your Android phone can use a good share of resources and if too many apps are operating at the same time it can lead to some performance or battery issues. This is why, it can be important to only running apps that you actually use and others should be deleted or otherwise disabled (when removing them isn’t an option). Read full post →How To Disable Android Apps


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Hugh Jackman’s portrayal of Wolverine from the X-Men series is iconic in its own right. It is widely believed that the actor has done justice to the character and often there has been talk of who will take his place when he finally decides to hang up his claws. It appears that Jackman has now decided that he will indeed hang up those adamantium claws. He posted a new photo of his hands on Instagram, with claws protruding out of just one, captioned “Wolverine … one last time.”

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There has been a lot of speculation recently about the status of iOS 8.2 jailbreak. Rumors about a release have been circulating as well but no tool has been released as yet by TaiG, the team that was behind the iOS 8.1.1 and iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak. It was even rumored at one point that TaiG would release the iOS 8.2 jailbreak at the 2015 Mobile Security Summit it organized in Beijing, China. Now the team itself has issued an official status update for the much awaited jailbreak.

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Fancy purchasing an unlocked version of HTC’s latest flagship smartphone? Well now you can, and that too directly from the company itself. HTC has begun selling the unlocked version of the HTC One M9, the smartphone that it unveiled earlier this month at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona. All major carriers in the United States will also be offering the device on contract as well as their equipment installment plans.

Read full post →Unlocked HTC One M9 Now Available Directly From The Company

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Galaxy S5 owners on Verizon are finally receiving the much awaited Lollipop update today. The carrier had released this update previously for the Galaxy S5 but due to some issues the roll out had to be stopped. Nearly two months after that Verizon has now once again released Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Galaxy S5.

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Despite the fact that the country’s major carriers have confirmed when they’re going to start taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, we know that the devices won’t be released until April 10th. That’s when Samsung is going to release its two new smartphones in 20 countries around the world. However some customers who pre-ordered the Galaxy S6 Edge from T-Mobile have already received their units. Talk about being lucky.

Like AT&T, T-Mobile also started taking pre-orders for both devices on Friday, March 27th. Customers who opted for Saturday delivery have actually received the device. Those who went with overnight shipping are expected to receive their units on Monday.

It is unclear if T-Mobile has shipped out the Galaxy S6 as well early to some customers. At least a couple of people who have received their new Galaxy S6 Edge have posted photos on XDA confirming that the device was indeed shipped to them ahead of time.

Customers who order a Galaxy S6 from T-Mobile can opt for Tuesday or Wednesday shipping at this point in time. It looks like T-Mobile isn’t waiting until April 10th to send out these devices, so who knows, you just might be able to get your unit ahead of everybody else in the world.

There are a lot of solutions created to help the blind “see” and the latest comes in the form of a wearable camera developed by scientists from Massachusetts Eye and Ear, along with Schepens Eye Research Institute. The camera is rather straightforward and can be worn on the body.

In fact it actually can sit inside the wearer’s shirt pocket so as to be discreet and so as to prevent it from falling out. The idea here is to help those who are blind or visually impaired from bumping into objects, but interestingly enough instead of relying on a proximity sensor which alerts the wearer if they’re standing next to an obstacle, the camera will rely on time-to-collision predictions. Read full post →Wearable Camera Helps Prevent The Blind From Bumping Into Objects

oneplus-one-cm12Despite the dubious marketing tactics and the initial difficulty of trying to secure a handset for yourself, the OnePlus One has been met with high praise, which has us wondering if the company will be able to maintain that momentum with their next-gen flagship handset, the OnePlus Two.

As it turns out not only does OnePlus think they will surprise people with the OnePlus Two, but the company’s CEO believes that the handset will prove to be as influential as some of the bigger names out there. Speaking during a Reddit AMA, Carl Pei stated that in 2015, we can expect four influential smartphones – the Samsung Galaxy S6, the iPhone 6s, the HTC One M9, and the OnePlus Two. Read full post →OnePlus Two Expected To Be As Influential As The Samsung Galaxy S6

oneplus droneLast week OnePlus posted a teaser in which they stated that they would be unveiling a new game changing product. Subsequent images revealed a product hidden under a cover and another image showed hands holding an invisible object, which at that time many had speculated could be for a gaming console.

However as it turns out, chances are the company could be unveiling a drone instead. In fact during a recent Reddit AMA, OnePlus CEO Carl Pei posted the screenshot above which more or less confirmed that the company was working on a drone. If you think that it sounds a little ludicrous, think again as a few months ago, the company actually teased such an idea although we’re not sure if many got the clue back then. Read full post →Could OnePlus Be Working On A Drone? Company’s CEO Seemingly Confirms

Eiji-Aonuma-zelda-producerIt seems like ‘Legend of Zelda’ fans have to wait longer as Nintendo announced that the Wii U’s game will not be released in 2015. Earlier, the company promised to deliver it within this year, but it failed to keep up with the promise as today, producer Eiji Aonuma, took to Facebook to reveal that delivering the game in 2015 is “no longer a priority”. Read full post →Legend of Zelda For Wii U: Not In 2015