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HTC One M7 Spotted With Android 5.0 Lollipop

01/12/2015, It goes without saying that any new version of the Android operating system is greeted with much fanfare, and the race will then be on to see just who will roll out the update to older handsets first. We have read about how the LG G2, a handset that is...

Google Now May Welcome Third-Party Services

01/11/2015, There’s no denying that Google Now is a powerful tool for Android users but it does have its limits. Users have little choice because they’re locked into Google’s own services and are unable to get more work done able with Now when...

Jide’s Remix Tablet Is An Android-powered Surface Lookalike

01/09/2015, Microsoft’s Surface tablets are actually some pretty nicely designed devices, but if you wanted such a tablet minus the Windows operating system, you’re in luck thanks to a trio of ex-Googlers who have created the Remix tablet. The company they formed...

Burger King: Would You Want A Smartphone On The Side?

01/08/2015, When you go to a place called Burger King, what would you expect? Why, a joint that sells burgers, of course – no less, although something more would definitely be welcome. It seems that Burger King will now offer more than just the Whopper, as they...

Pirate Kings Goes Global With iOS And Android

01/08/2015, There are some games that simply catch on with the masses, moving in the direction of a feverish pitch, in ways that catches even the developer by surprise. Having said that, Angry Birds is one particular example, but what is the flavor of 2015? It could...

Android 4.4 KitKat Sees A Sharp Uptick In Distribution

01/07/2015, Last month Google released the distribution numbers for Android where it was revealed that Android 4.4 KitKat was sitting at the 33.9% mark. Well interestingly enough it looks like in the past month, Android 4.4 KitKat has seen a surge in distribution...

Microsoft Opens Office For Android Preview To Everyone

01/06/2015, Microsoft Office for the iPad has been around since early 2014 where it is open for all iOS users. Unfortunately for Android users, the suite of productivity apps has yet to be released for everyone as it was previously only made available as a preview...

RAZER Forge: Android and PC Games On The Big Screen

01/06/2015, RAZER is the gaming brand that keeps rising and expanding. This time, the company is entering a new market with the introduction of Forge, an Android TV micro-console which is capable of running Android apps and games, but can also stream PC games on a...

These Android Apps Collect The Most Data From Users

12/30/2014, Smartphone applications require permissions in order to be able to access other parts of the device, like the onboard storage, camera and even the address book in some cases. Sure users are told what permissions they have to agree to but its rarely...

Windows Phone Android Support “Confirmed” (Rumor)

12/29/2014, There is news, and then there are rumors. Well, this time around, we have a “confirmation” of an old rumor – one that would see Windows Phone offer support for apps that are meant for the Android platform. Tom Warren has “confirmed” on...

Pirated Copies Of The Interview Comes Loaded With Android Malware

12/29/2014, Regardless of whether or not you enjoyed The Interview, the movie has turned out to be Sony’s best selling online movie to date, not to mention a hit amongst pirates as well, thanks to all the attention that was brought to the movie following the spate...

Man Steals Tablet, Gets Arrested When Trying To Return It

12/29/2014, So you bought a new tablet but you have no idea how to use it, so instead of reading up on it and watching tutorials, you decide that you’d rather just return it. Sounds good, doesn’t it? But what if the tablet you’re trying to return was a tablet...