Headlines

1 week ago

Google will launch the new Chromebook Pixel in the UK on April 21

10

The second-generation Chromebook Pixel is launching in the UK this month and will be available on April 21. Prices start from £799 for the Intel Core i5 version.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

The HTC One M9 hits stores today — here's what you need to know!

45
HTC One M9

Today's a pretty big day for Android smartphone fans, with the Samsung Galaxy S6 hitting stores as well as this guy — the HTC One M9. Two major Android smartphones hitting shelves on the same day. It's been quite some time since we can remember that happening. And a lot of folks are going to have a lot of tough decisions to make.

We've written a lot about the M9, but here we'll boil things down to their most basic for you. If nothing else, these are the things you must know about the HTC One M9.

Let's get to it.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

All six Star Wars movies are now available for purchase from Google Play

47

Star Wars fans are in for a treat today as the original trilogy and the prequels are now available in HD as digital downloads from Google Play.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Samsung's latest Galaxy S6 ad stars James Corden fighting against his alter-ego

25

Samsung has teamed up with comedian James Corden to promote the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. While running an ad for the smartphones, Corden has to battle hipster director alter-ego "Wilf" who wants to focus more on the looks rather than features and functionality.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Here's where you can get the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in the UK

5

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is now available in select markets, including the UK. Should you be considering the purchase, here are some sources where you'll be able to buy the new smartphones.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Join in the Samsung Galaxy S6 UK hunt today to win one for yourself!

6

Samsung is currently running a promotion across the UK to celebrate the launch of the Galaxy S6. The company has hidden 8 devices in 8 UK cities. All you have to do is find 'em.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge today

101

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are now available on U.S. carriers. Here's where to get them.

Samsung's newest flagship devices, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are now on sale at retail in the U.S. Following a pre-order period of a couple weeks, you can now walk into a store and leave with a GS6 — or place an order online and have it shipped out. If you are looking to get your hands on the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge the details by carrier are as follows.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Office Remote lets you easily manage presentations from your Android device

12

Microsoft's latest Android app gives you the ability to navigate PowerPoint presentations, Word documents and Excel spreadsheets, with your Android device acting as the controller.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Crossy Road is now on Android TV

18

If you've spent way too much time with your nose in a tablet or smartphone playing Crossy Road, don't read this. Close the tab, turn off the computer, leave the room, exit your house, lock the door and call a Realtor. (And, erm, forget you ever saw this headline.)

Crossy Road is now on your Android TV.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

U.S. versions of the HTC One M9 getting software update to match global models

70

There are a few headlines going around this evening about a software update hitting the HTC One M9 that, among other things, brings about some camera updates. That's obviously a good thing in the case of the M9, which hasn't exactly left us overly impressed in the camera department.

But context is important here. This update is to bring U.S. models of the M9 in line with the software on the global version, HTC has told us (and others). And while folks should see an improvement in image processing after this update — just as we did three weeks ago on the global model we used in our review, and as we noted in the "About this review section" — we'd caution against believing that this is some magical update that will cure all that ailed us.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Transformers: Battle Tactics brings Beast Wars characters into the fray in latest in-game event

7

Mobile games publisher DeNA has announced the next in-game event for Transformers: Battle Tactics today — this time bringing Beast Wars characters into the fray.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Jawbone to begin shipping UP3 on April 20, revises water resistance expectations

10

Jawbone has announced today that its UP3 fitness tracker will finally begin shipping to pre-order customers in the US on April 20.

Though the UP3 was originally announced in November of last year, pre-order customers have been left waiting several months for the fitness tracker to ship. In a blog post today, Jawbone explained that the delay was mainly caused by issues with achieving consistent water resistance levels during manufacturing.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

The Walking Dead: No Man's Land mobile game delayed until fall 2015

5

The Walking Dead: No Man's Land, an ambitious mobile game based on the hit AMC zombie TV series, will now be coming out this fall, instead of early 2015.

The news about the game and its delay comes as part of a new feature from Entertainment Weekly.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Android Wear on iPhone: How it might happen and what it'll mean

78
Android and Apple

The slow trickle of rumors surrounding iOS support for Android Wear came to a head today, with a report from The Verge stating that Google is a "close to finishing the final technical details" involved with getting its wearables to work with Apple's phones.

On the face of it, it seems surprising — an unholy union of Apple and Android. The mere possibility of Android Wear support coming to the iPhone with the Apple Watch imminent raises several questions, not least how Apple might react to an Android-branded thing encroaching on its ecosystem. Will Cupertino block the companion app because it's Android Wear? Will the company throw up roadblocks simply because it's a competitor?

We'll examine these questions and more after the break. Read on.

Read more and comment

 
1 week ago

Google announces enterprise-focused Chrome Live event for April 22

2

Google has announced Chrome Live, an online event that will focus on Chrome in the enterprise.

Chrome Live will take place on Wednesday, April 22, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. EDT. It will focus not only on Chrome, but also Chrome OS devices like Chromebooks and Chromeboxes.

Read more and comment

 
Show More Headlines

Pages