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LG G3 To Arrive In A Shade Of Blue Steel

11/12/2014, The LG G3 is a flagship smartphone that is certainly worth checking out and then some (not to mention that it is on track to receive the Android 5.0 Lollipop update later this week), might not come in a color that appeals to everyone. Perhaps this is why...

Apple Pay Reportedly Accounts For 1% Of Whole Foods’ Transactions

11/12/2014, Apple Pay is not the first mobile payment method to enter the market. Prior to Apple Pay, there were options such as Softcard and Google Wallet, but it is safe to say that with Apple Pay, there has been much more coverage and hype surrounding the service,...

Staples Now Accepting Apple Pay At Their Stores

11/12/2014, If you’re the owner of the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, you might have heard that with iOS 8.1 that Apple has enabled the use of Apple Pay, the Cupertino company’s newly launched mobile payment service. Now there are many places in the US where Apple Pay can...

Sony Confirms CES 2015 Press Conference, Possible Xperia Z4 Reveal

11/12/2014, Sony has had a tradition of announcing two flagship phones a year, just like Samsung. Now the Sony Xperia Z3 was announced a few months ago, which means that come early part of 2015, we can expect Sony to make yet another announcement. Now some of the...

Powercell 10000+ Portable Battery Comes With Built In AC Prongs

11/12/2014, Portable chargers are great as they are able to hold a lot of battery, meaning that if your phone is running low on battery while you’re out, all you’d need to do is plug it into the power bank and you’re good to go, but what if you’re such a...

Android 5.0 For The Moto X (2014) Begins Rolling Out

11/12/2014, Earlier today we reported that the Moto G (2014) had begun receiving the Android 5.0 Lollipop update. We thought it was a little odd that Motorola would choose to update its low-end smartphone first, as opposed to its flagship device. Well the good news...

Sharp Unveils 4.1-inch IGZO Display With 700+ PPI

11/12/2014, Smartphones with QHD displays are starting to catch on. We’re starting to see more OEMs adopt the high-resolution displays, although at this point in time it seems that Full HD remains the industry standard. That being said, perhaps Sharp could clue us...

Google Messenger App Makes Its Way To The Play Store

11/12/2014, Heads up Android users, if you have yet to be updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop but you want access to some of its new apps and features, you’re in luck. You might have heard not too long ago that one of the new apps introduced in the update is called...

Google Posts Android 5.0 Lollipop Factory Images For Nexus Devices

11/12/2014, Earlier today the factory image for the Nexus 7 (2012) tablet was leaked. Basically for those unfamiliar, this is the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the tablet which Google will eventually be rolling out to the masses. Well the good news is that it looks...

Sprint Nexus 5 Android 5.0 Update Released

11/12/2014, It has been over a week since Google announced that it was rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop. Obviously the first crop of devices to receive this new update would have been the company’s own Nexus smartphones and tablets. Even though the update was...

Verizon Lumia Cyan Update Goes Back ‘Under Development’

11/12/2014, Lumia Cyan is the name of the major Windows Phone 8.1 update for Nokia’s Lumia devices. Many carriers around the world have already pushed out this update and Nokia itself rolled out the update for unlocked models. Unfortunately Verizon subscribers...

AT&T Now Accepting Nexus 6 Pre-Orders

11/12/2014, The Nexus 6 has gradually begun its roll out across U.S. carriers. This smartphone is also being sold through carriers because it happens to be expensive enough to warrant a carrier subsidy, those who were fans of Nexus smartphones because of their...