While Blackberry has been making headlines lately because of its first Android smartphone, PRIV, let’s not forget that one of the things that has kept them in the public eye these past years is its BlackBerry Messenger or BBM.
The original ASUS Zenwatch which first came out in 2014 is of course not the most current wearable from the OEM. So we’re not really surprised, and may actually be pleased, that several online stores, including the official one
February 21 is already marked as the day when the whole world will know of the next Samsung Galaxy S7 family. We're expecting more variants--three actually, instead of just two. We've learned a lot about the next premium flagship
Travelling to a new country? We're pretty sure you've already browsed Lonely Planet. It's one of the top go-to websites of people seeking for new adventures in foreign lands. While checking out a site is enough, viewing tips on a
Ad blockers are very much needed today. There are too many apps available on the Play Store that it can be a challenge to choose just one that is reliable and will work on your Android phone as more ads continue to be published
One of the most annoying things about Chromecast, for all of the device’s great qualities, is that users really need an internet connection to get it to work. Google baked in this protection so that the device will not be
AirDroid has just been updated with several new features and improvements. The updated AirMirror feature now allows the copy & paste function across devices. It also now includes screen recording so you can record the screen.
Google Fiber has yet to expand to most parts of the United States but the company is believed to launch a new service. We're interested about this new telephone service that high-speed Internet subscribers are eligible to avail.
It’s taking forever for Samsung to rollout the updates that will bring our smartphones to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but the good news is that today, there has been progress. If you live in South Korea, you can expect that you
It used to be that the “system-less root” approach could allow Android users to gain root access and do their tweaks, but still retaining use of secure payment features like Android Pay. Ordinarily, gaining root access would