Samsung releases official camera samples from Galaxy S6

One of the things that Samsung has been touting about its newly-announced new flagship, the Galaxy S6, is how great the camera is, both rear and front-facing one. While 16 megapixels (5 megapixles for the "selfie" front one) may not seem much, it's definitely more than just those numbers that count. The OEM released the official camera samples from their newest smartphone, and it looks like they might have hit the jackpot, based on these few photos at least.

Bradley Horowitz confirms he’s in charge of Google’s Photos and Streams

While they do have a steady band of loyal users (mostly those that are anti-Facebook probably), Google+ has still not hit its stride, despite being in the social media market for almost four years now. A new move by its parent company, which is of course Google, will try once more to reinvigorate the social networking service, this time by dividing it into two main parts, Photos and Streams, and giving it a new boss.

Google submits plans for moveable, “futuristic” new digs

While a lot of offices around the world have used the Google HQ in Silicon Valley as an inspiration for their own creative, unique, sometimes weird office spaces, the tech giant seems not content with their current already awesome hub. They have submitted a proposal to the Mountain View local government to expand their existing corporate offices into block-like structures that can eventually be moved around as they expect to be moving around when they expand in the future.

Blackphone 2 and Blackphone+ tablet debut at MWC 2015

You might recall the original Blackphone smartphone that was designed with the utmost in privacy and security in mind. The phone was designed for the ground up for users who are concerned with their privacy. At MWC 2015, the company behind the original Blackphone has rolled out a pair of new devices.

Qualcomm brings fingerprint sensor, teases next gen Snapdragon

At the Mobile World Congress 2015, Qualcomm has brought a few announcements and a few teases as well as to what to expect from the tech company in the next few months. They're launching a new biometric sensor that will rival those already existing in the market, like in the newly-launched Samsung Galaxy S6. They also gave a preview of the next Snapdragon, which will be coming to a smartphone near you by 2016.

BBM update: customizable PIN, Android Wear support

For the 10 people (okay, maybe 20) who still have a Blackberry among your contacts, having a Blackberry Messenger is still very much convenient way of communicating with the rest of the Android, Windows or iOS people. The latest update for their BBM for Android app brings more customizable options as well as support for those who have Android Wear smartwatches.

Be the King of Thieves in Zeptolab’s latest on Amazon Appstore

Zeptolab, developer of the very popular and addicting Cut the Rope game, has just released a new game on the Amazon Appstore. King of Thieves is a new game that allows the (un)hero to steal gold, gems, and other shiny things from other players to win the game and become the richest thief. Don't take this game seriously though because the "stealing" and "looting" are all just for fun. It will teach you how to defend your loot and watch out for other thieves getting into the dungeons and traps you designed yourself.

Madfinger announces zombie shooter called “Unkilled”

Considering that the outfit almost exclusively puts out zombie games, it’s not at all surprising that Madfinger has come out with a zombie shooter as its next title. The game is called “Unkilled” and it features great quality visuals, something of a trademark from Madfinger’s games. Hopefully the game is as addictive and engaging as they tout it to be.

Stickman Tennis 2015 arrives for Android, tests your gaming skills

If you’re a little turned off by the title “Stickman Tennis 2015”, we highly suggest that you reserve your gaming judgment after you’ve tried the game. Stickman Tennis is already an accomplished title out of iOS and is acclaimed for its gaming qualities. This new title from Djinnworks is not your typical serve-and-smash tennis game – it’s actually very challenging and enjoyable.
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