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Samsung Gear Fit2 Fitness Band with GPS

06/02/2016, It is great to see Samsung coming up with a new model of the Gear Fit, one of the most advanced fitness band at the time of its launch at MWC 2014 in Barcelona. The key feature of the Gear Fit was its gorgeous curved display, that made the device a hybrid...

Microsoft Promises To Stop Spamming Android’s Notification Tray

05/31/2016, It is no secret that when it comes to getting you to use their products, Microsoft is really pushy about it. Just looking at the Windows 10 upgrade alone, we’ve heard so many stories and read so many reports about how Microsoft is trying to get users to...

Microsoft Introduces “Tell Me” To Select Android Apps

05/30/2016, It looks like the folks over at Microsoft have decided to introduce a spanking new feature to its Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps for the Android platform, which is a good thing. Known as “Tell Me,” one can then learn just about anything that...

Android N Might Get Tongue Twisting Moniker

05/27/2016, The next iteration of the Android mobile operating system would be the Android N, and there has been a clarion call by Google themselves for the public to suggest names for Android N. We all know that each iteration of Android would be named after a...

Skype 7.0 For Android Delivers New Tablet Interface

05/27/2016, If you are a frequent user of Skype across numerous platforms, then you would be sure to notice that Microsoft has not neglected Skype users in this aspect, having rolled out new versions and updates from time to time, and their latest effort would be the...

Jury Finds Google Doesn’t Owe Oracle For Using Java In Android

05/27/2016, While the Apple vs Samsung lawsuit was probably one of the biggest lawsuits in the tech scene in the past few years, there was actually another lawsuit taking place that did not quite get the same publicity, and that was Google vs Oracle, in which the...

Official Android Raspberry Pi Support Could Be In The Pipeline

05/25/2016, It looks like the worlds of Raspberry Pi and Android are about to collide, as the folks over at Google do seem to prime themselves to roll out an official Android Open Source Project port for the Raspberry Pi 3, now how about that for folks who would like...

Google Might Shame OEMs For Pushing Out Late Android Updates

05/25/2016, If there is a complaint that many Android users have, it would be how long it takes for updates to make its way to them. Chances are unless you are a Nexus handset owner, major updates to Android will probably take months before it makes its way to you,...

HTC Confirms That The Nexus 9 Has Been Discontinued

05/25/2016, Earlier this year, the Nexus 9 was being offered at a 40% discount which led some to believe that maybe HTC and Google were trying to offload some existing stock. Later the tablet simply disappeared from the Google Store which then led to speculation that...

Wrio Keyboard Claims To Allow 70% Faster Typing

05/25/2016, There are plenty of third-party iOS and Android keyboards to choose from. They all tend to come with different features and function that allows them to claim that they are the best. For example we have SwiftKey who claims to be great at word prediction,...

Twitter Reportedly Testing A Night Mode For Its Android App

05/24/2016, Night mode is a feature that made its debut with e-readers and e-reader apps. The idea is that at night when the lights are dim, a darker background might prove to be more soothing to the eyes than a bright, glaring white screen. Even Apple has introduced...

Android Apps Could See Password-Free Logins Soon

05/23/2016, In this day and age, each of us with a digital personality might find life to be a whole lot convenient, but on the other hand, it can be pretty challenging as well. After all, we realize that there are way too many passwords for various accounts to...