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Users of the Snapdragon 810, How Has Performance Been for You so Far?

Qualcomm has been going through quite the rough patch this year with their SnapDragon 810 reportedly having extreme overheating issues. Multiple OEMs have claimed that the processor is just fine, but some tests have shown otherwise. At the end of the day, however, it all boils down (no pun intended) to how you use your...

Updated Steam App Brings Some Material Design

The Steam app for Android is hardly the most up-to-date of things: it’s dated in its design and clunky in its navigation, and the value it adds to consumers is ultimately affected by these two things. Whilst the desktop client makes browsing for new games rather easy, the Android app was just not there. Luckily,...

ZTE’s Mysterious Axon Phone

PC Mag's Sascha Segan has revealed today that the mysterious Axon Phone that has been making the news recently is owned by none other than ZTE, the U.S.'s 4th largest phone manufacturer. The upcoming device started making news yesterday after news sources started receiving invites to an event in New York City on July 14th. The devices...

First Custom Android 5.1 ROM for the One M9 Released

The One M9 has received a few minor software updates since it was released in April mostly to attempt to improve the camera quality, and with some success. One update that unfortunately hasn't yet made its way to HTC's 2015 flagship is its eagerly awaited increase to Android 5.1 and in this regard it is...

Beato Bezel Adds an Extra Control Method to the Moto 360

One of the most popular choices in the world of the smartwatch is last year's Moto 360, although with a successor expected sometime this year, it's starting to feel a little long in the tooth. However, a project by Michael Lo over on Kickstarter has its sights set on breathing some new life into this aging wearable by...

Montar Car Mount – Android Accessories Review

Our smartphones are more than just phones. They are movie theaters, game consoles, internet portals and more. In fact one of the great things about our phones is the GPS capability. Using GPS on your phone is great because you never have to know the exact directions, your phone will tell you. However, it is...

Google Play Music Gains Free/Ad-supported Version

In what may prove to be a defining move in the war between music streaming services, Google has just announced a free, ad-supported version that is now available in the U.S. This puts the service directly in the path of Spotify (which already offers a free version) and the upcoming Apple Music which is to...

T-Mo Note Edge Gets Note 4 ROM for More Mods

The Note Edge was a proof-of-concept phone that paved the way to the much more popular Galaxy S6 Edge, which critics and users alike enjoy (even if just because of the aesthetics). The Note Edge, though, did not see as much production as the regular Note 4, and it was priced significantly higher than its...

Pokemon Jukebox Brings Classic Tunes — at a Price

When rumors began saying that Nintendo would be releasing Android games, many gamers old and young alike were salivating at the possibility. Since the initial rumors and reports, we haven’t heard much in the way of official statements, but now Pokémon has actually reached Android for you to enjoy… well, listen to. For money. Pokémon Jukebox...

What Is Your Favorite Custom ROM for Your Device?

Stock Android is great, but there's nothing like the excitement you get from installing a fresh new custom ROM. Custom ROMs are usually first to get many bug fixes and requested features, sometimes even long before official support from OEMs. Let us know your favorite custom ROM for your device, and what makes it so awesome.

Web Gmail Adds the ‘Undo Send’ Option

Today, Google has announced the addition of the Undo Send option to the web version of Gmail. As the name suggests, this long-requested feature allows the sender to set a given time period after sending an email, during which they can cancel the message and stop it reaching any of its intended recipients. Notably it has not...

Ticklr Provides Ticker Notifications For Lollipop

For all the goodies Lollipop brought with it, it did bring along a change which has drawn mixed reactions from all. You either love the idea, or absolutely hate it. That change is the removal of the classic Ticker animation for notifications, which has been a part of Android since the very early days, in...