One of the first unique apps to hit the Pebble is a Tetris clone from developer Robert Hesse, which officially is called “Pebblis”.
Author: Andrew Grush
Facebook Home is here, at least for a limited number of devices. The good news is that there is a way to get many other devices working with Facebook Home.
A new rumor claims the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 might feature a metal body, as Samsung continues to see pressure to make a design change for its Galaxy line.
TGIF! The weekend is almost here, and so we take a look at some of the best apps that arrived to Google Play and the Apple AppStore this week.
The latest rumor indicates the rumored Motorola X Phone flagship device will not be shipping as early as expected, instead pushed back to August or later.
Verizon has now introduced a brand new prepaid cellular plan for basic phones that costs just $35 a month, providing 500 minutes and unlimited web/text.
Google Play is now offering covers for the Nexus 10 in two colors, grey or scarlet (which is really more of an orange it looks like).
Samsung has finally come forward to confirm that they are in fact pushing the line between smartphone and tablet with their new Samsung Galaxy Mega line.
hile PC sales have been declining for a while, new IDC estimates show that for the first quarter of 2013, the market fell a whole 13.9 percent.
The Burner app arrived on iOS back in August, allowing you to add multiple disposable lines to the iPhone. Now the app is coming to Android as well.
Samsung has been talking about flexible display technology for years now, but if they don’t watch out, it could be LG that beats them to the market.
A port of the original Sonic the Hedgehog is on its way to iOS and Android later this month for $2.99, redesigned with optimization for mobile devices.
The Sony Xperia ZL is finally making its way to a carrier, though one that many of those in the United States have probably never heard of: Cincinnati Bell.
Going forward, Google Chrome switch to Google’s own rendering engine, Blink, starting with Chrome 28.
Interested in the Xperia Z but wish it had wireless charging? A new case accessory from Ipan Ipan brings the power of wireless charging over to the handset.
A new patent describes a convertible MacBook design with a touch-sensitive screen, with the guts of the PC still residing in the ‘base’ of the laptop.
In today’s world, retro is cool. This is especially true when it comes to DIY projects. We’ve seen devices over the years that allow you to use original controllers from game systems on modern devices, mobile game players using cartridges and so much more. Now one DIY enthusiast has decided to pay tribute to one […]
Xbox, Playstation, Wii U and Ouya need to move the hell over. Now we finally get the world’s greatest game console: the Toshiba Shibasphere.
According to a new report, one of the reasons that Google Reader is being shutdown could have to do with potential compliance and privacy issues.
The Sony Xperia ZL has been listed for pre-order in the United States for a while now, and now it finally has a price tag to go with it.
With its ability to play NES, SNES, Genesis and Gameboy games all from one device, the Hyperkin RetroN 5 could be the perfect device for retro gamers.
Now the LG E980 has shown up at the FCC with AT&T’s LTE bands in tow. Could this be the Optimus G Pro for AT&T’s network?
Stuck in the middle of nowhere and need to make a phone call on your iPhone? You are out luck buddy, unless you happen to have the SatSleeve.
Hoping that Android and Chrome OS soon become one and the same? Unless Google’s Eric Schmidt is purposely steering us wrong, I wouldn’t get your hopes up.
Come July 1st Google Reader is jumping ship, leaving you behind. With that in mind, we take a look at many of the Google Reader alternatives out there.
If rumors are to be believed, Google and Asus could be ditching Nvidia as the processor supplier for the next-gen Nexus 7.
Scientist Mike Archer is hoping to bring back the extinct gastric-brooding frog, which died off in 1983, just about a decade after its discovery.
The Galaxy S4 is getting some mixed feelings: some very positive, some less flattering. This includes HTC, which calls the phone out as the “next big flop”.
While the LG Nexus 4 is now becoming a bit easier to get ahold of, its accessories aren’t. The Google Nexus 4 official bumper has sold rather briskly every time stock has come in, and now it looks like Google is discontinuing the accessory altogether. The listing on Google Play for the bumper now shows […]
With the Samsung Galaxy S4 being officially announced later today, Apple’s Phil Schiller is already taking shots at the upcoming Android device.
It looks like Google isn’t just giving the axe to Google Reader, but to ad-blocking applications as well.
Yesterday Google apparently decided that they wanted to piss off a bunch of folks by announcing the death of Google Reader. Now a petition aims to save it.
Not too long ago we reported on the rumored Nokia Lumia 928, which is believed to be the Verizon variant of the Lumia 920. Now we get a few new details about changed features, including the inclusion of an aluminum shell instead of a poly-carbonate one. The idea of an aluminum variant of the Lumia 920 is […]
According to a new report by China Times, the budget-oriented iPhone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC.
Thinking about picking up EA’s new SimCity reboot? You might want to wait a little while longer, as the game continues to struggle with server issues.
The 7-inch Intermatrix U7 claims to be the first Ubuntu tablet and is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Cortex A9 processor with just 1GB of RAM.
When you think of major success in the tablet world, you certainly don’t think of HP in the same breathe. Can HP change this perception going forward?
Ubuntu, Firefox OS and Tizen are all receiving quite a bit of attention, but how do they stand in terms of support and current tech demonstrations?