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Alleged HTC Nexus ‘Marlin’ Photo Leaked

07/22/2016, Earlier this month, the folks at Android Police cooked up some renderings of the upcoming HTC Marlin and Sailfish smartphones. The rendering we saw back then was basically a recreation based on the information they were told, but now a new photo obtained...

Latest WhatsApp Beta Introduces Voicemail & A New Font

07/21/2016, According to earlier reports, it has been hinted that WhatsApp could be considering adding a voicemail feature to its service. Now thanks to the folks at Android Central who have managed to get their hands on the latest version of the beta for WhatsApp,...

Skype Will No Longer Support Windows Phone

07/20/2016, Skype has been hard at work transitioning from a peer-to-peer service to a more modern, mobile-friendly cloud service. This has enabled the company to improve features like file sharing and video messaging and to introduce new features like Skype...

U.S. Army Special Operations Command Dumping Android For iPhone

07/19/2016, Several reports suggest that the United States Army’s Special Operations Command has decided to shift from Android to iPhone. Apparently, this decision has been made due to problems soldiers were facing with the Android devices. Each soldier of the...

Android Malware Prevents You From Calling Your Bank

07/19/2016, Have you ever checked your credit card statement and realized that there are some numbers that just don’t make sense? For example there are charges made to your card that you just can’t seem to recall ever making. This is when you usually call your...

Best Video Players for Android

07/18/2016, Watching your favorite movie or TV show on your Android device could be a problem if you don’t have the right video player. The default video player for Android doesn’t provide support for many video formats like FLV, WMV, etc. which makes it...

Android Nokia Phones With 2K Displays Rumored For Launch In China

07/18/2016, A couple of months ago, Nokia made headlines when they announced that they would be returning to the mobile scene, and now it seems that thanks to rumors and leaks, at least two Nokia Android devices have been revealed and boy do they pack some pretty...

3D Renderings Of HTC Marlin & Sailfish Shown Off In Video

07/18/2016, Word on the street has it that HTC will be returning to the Nexus program with two handsets – the HTC Marlin and Sailfish. Both these devices are said to be Nexus phones which sounds like HTC will be hogging the Nexus lineup this year, even though...

Sony Announces The Closure Of Its Xperia Beta Program

07/15/2016, Earlier this year, Sony announced the Xperia Beta program, which as the name implies basically allows Sony Xperia owners to beta test upcoming Android updates for your phone, or in this case it was to test the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. Unfortunately...

Nintendo Cracking Down On ‘Pirated’ Pokemon GO Apps

07/15/2016, So far by our count, Pokemon GO is officially available in 7 countries – Australia, New Zealand, the US, the UK, Italy, Spain, and Portugal. This means that there are plenty of gamers around the world itching to get their hands on the game, some of...

Google Launches A Festival For Indie Android Games

07/14/2016, Google wants to provide indie game developers with a platform to showcase their creations and entice more of them to start creating games for Android, which is why the company has announced that it’s launching an Indie Games Festival later this year...

Google To Expand Family Plan Beyond Play Music

07/13/2016, Back in the day it was pretty much every user for themselves. It didn’t matter if you were my brother, sister, mother, father, wife, husband, and so on, everyone pretty much needed their own account, or someone had to share their account and credit card...

Android 7.0 Nougat Will Have Themed Keyboards

07/12/2016, One of the features offered by third-party keyboard apps is the ability to choose a different look for your keyboard. Ultimately this is customization that Google’s stock keyboard does not offer, at least not on the same level that some apps do. However...