Pushbullet gets an all-new design and improved UI

Perhaps one of the most widely used productivity apps out there is Pushbullet. This app has been updated several times throughout the years but the recent release is the biggest update yet. Before this one, Pushbullet has allowed replying to BBM and GroupMe, as well as, Hangouts, WhatsApp, and other [Read More...]

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Virtual reality sci-fi movie coming to Android on August 3rd

Although still a tiny portion of the mobile device market, virtual reality devices continue to get a lot of attention from the industry. If consumers are going to invest in the technology good content is needed and Roddenberry Entertainment, a media group established by none other than Star Trek creator [Read More...]

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Xiaomi launches in Brazil, brings entry-level Redmi 2 Android phone

We haven’t heard much recently from Xiaomi the past months but we know the latest model, the Redmi 2, is arriving in other countries other than China but not in the US (not yet). According to Hugo Barra, they are still testing the market first if Mi accessories will sell [Read More...]

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AT&T and US Cellular start rolling out the Android 5.1 update for the Moto X (2014)

Both AT&T and US Cellular have finally started rolling out the much-anticipated Lollipop update to all their carrier-branded variants of the Moto X (2014) located in the United States. In terms of added functionality, this upgrade brings the latest version of the Android operating system (5.1) to the handset, together with a bunch of bug [Read More...]

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Xperia Z3+ rubs shoulders with Galaxy S6, iPhone 6 in DxOMark

Hardware ratings are important and one of the most trusted groups out there is DxoMark. When it comes to assessing video and photo imaging quality of mobile devices, you can trust DxoMark to provide a comprehensive review even listing down the pros and cons of a particular model. This time, let’s [Read More...]

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Facebook rolling out a better UI for Android tablets

Facebook is set to revamp its UI for Android tablets, and thanks to Droid-Life tipster Mike, a sneak preview of what’s to come has been posted online. Currently, Facebook on Android tablets looks decent, but it’s far from having a simple and seamless design. This new overhaul aims to fix [Read More...]

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Developer for malware app settles out of court with FTC, New Jersey

You really have to be careful nowadays with apps that are promising various rewards and bonuses (and if they don’t come from reliable developers). Chances are, they are either a fraudulent company or they will be unleashing a malware on your device that will eat up your battery or memory [Read More...]

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Google apologizes after Photos app automatically tags black people as “gorillas”

The new automatic tagging feature in Google’s new Photos app has the capability to generate albums based on common objects and scenery such as food and objects in your photo album and classifies them in tagged albums. Google’s automatic photo recognition software has apparently incorrectly tagged pictures of two African-American [Read More...]

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Facebook Messenger secure P2P payments rolls out all over the US

Mobile payment transactions may not be the standard yet but there are a lot of people who prefer this method simply because of its ease and convenience. Others are simply worried about privacy and security but developers like Facebook know how to make an app secure all the time. Frequent [Read More...]

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Sprint heeds customer feedback and removes the 600kbps video streaming limit on its All-In plan

Well, that didn’t take long. After announcing its ‘All-In‘ unlimited talking, texting and data plan that inexplicably included a 600kbps cap on video streaming, Sprint has decided to mostly remove the limitation. We heard you loud and clear and we are removing the 600 kbps on streaming video. #Allin and [Read More...]

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