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  • Namco and the creators of Crossy Road team up for new Pac-Man game based on level 256 glitch

    22 May 2015, 8:19 pm by: Chris Chavez

    In case you didn't mark your calendar, Pac-Man officially turned 35 years old today. To help celebrate, Bandai Namco and Hipster Whale -- creators of the smash hit game Crossy Road -- have released a trailer for an upcoming game based around Pac-Man's infamous…
  • Official: Nexus 6 on T-Mobile will start receiving Android 5.1.1 with WiFi Calling this weekend

    22 May 2015, 7:04 pm by: Chris Chavez

    Yesterday, T-Mobile’s Des Smith hinted at the possibility of the Nexus 6 finally receiving its WiFi Calling update this weekend but today, he’s finally confirming it. The Nexus 6 will officially receive Android 5.1.1 — build number LYZ28E — on T-Mobile…
  • I spent a week without Android Wear or how I turned into a savage without my smartwatch

    22 May 2015, 6:16 pm by: Derek Ross

    I’ve been living like a savage barbarian the past week and I don’t like it one bit. In fact, my life has been inconvenienced more times than not, it’s been filled with various frustrations, and from time to time certain tasks that were once simple have…
  • Playboy NOW app for Android is surprisingly safe for work, might actually read it for the articles

    22 May 2015, 6:01 pm by: Chris Chavez

    Because man cannot liveth on boobs alone, Playboy has introduced a new app into the Google Play Store that puts a focus on suitable for work articles... and babes.
  • LG G Watch R doesn’t support WiFi right now, but it will later this year

    22 May 2015, 2:51 pm by: Chris Chavez

    According to an LG spokesperson, a future maintenance release will activate the LG G Watch R's hidden WiFi functionality. They even gave us a rough release date.
  • Official: Sprint gets the LG G4 June 5th, pre-sale starts today with 3 free goodies

    22 May 2015, 12:28 pm by: Quentyn Kennemer

    Sprint has announced that they will be getting the LG G4 June 5th. The carrier is among the first to offer up solid availability. They'll have a few different options for upgrading depending on what works best for you.
  • Photoshop Touch is being discontinued May 28th to make way for the new kids

    22 May 2015, 11:24 am by: Quentyn Kennemer

    Adobe has announced that Photoshop Touch will be discontinued May 28th, after which the apps will cease to exist in mobile app stores everywhere. Those who have bought Photoshop Touch will be able to continue using the app beyond then, though they won’t be…
  • The first Pebble Time shipments go out May 27th

    22 May 2015, 10:31 am by: Quentyn Kennemer

    Pebble has announced that their revised shipping estimates for the new Pebble Time are still on, and they even have a hard shipping date to prove it -- May 27th! That's a mere 5 days from now, and it shouldn't be much longer beyond that until it starts…
  • Here’s our first peek at the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man edition, coming “next week”

    22 May 2015, 9:18 am by: Quentyn Kennemer

    When Samsung first teased the Iron Man Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge we'd only gotten a look at a box. A very cool box, mind you, but it was just the box. But today we seem to get our first glimpse at the device itself.
  • Google will fulfill all Project Fi invites by mid-summer

    21 May 2015, 9:19 pm by: Rob Jackson

    Google is entering the mobile carrier space, if you haven’t heard, with a solution that they’re calling “Project Fi”. Upon making that huge announcement they began accepting applications for beta invites… and today, Google has RSVP’d by claiming…
  • Android M could bring native support for fingerprint scanning hardware

    21 May 2015, 9:05 pm by: Chris Chavez

    If you've been doing this Android thing for awhile now, you'd know that fingerprint scanning smartphones are nothing new to Android. Turns out the next version of Android -- Android M -- could bring native support for the hardware.
  • Moto G 1st Gen (2013) now receiving Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update

    21 May 2015, 7:23 pm by: Chris Chavez

    After initially hitting devices via a soak test back in December, Moto G (2013) owners are finally being greeted by an update to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop.
  • Nexus 6 could be getting its WiFi Calling update this Memorial Day weekend

    21 May 2015, 5:35 pm by: Chris Chavez

    If the recent tweets of T-Mobile Senior Product Manager Desmond Smith are to be believed, the Nexus 6's WiFi Calling update, so long in the making, could finally rollout this weekend.
  • Google reportedly re-introducing Android-based home platform codenamed Brillo at I/O 2015

    21 May 2015, 4:59 pm by: Chris Chavez

    Because Android (at least in its current state), isn't really optimized for low-power gadgets and doodads, Google is doing something about that with a new software codenamed "Brillo."
  • Report: NSA found a way to “hijack” Google Play to install spyware on phones

    21 May 2015, 2:49 pm by: Quentyn Kennemer

    Well, if you had any doubt that the NSA and national security agencies everywhere didn't have the capability to treat themselves to your information, perhaps Edward Snowden's latest leak will change your mind.

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