Smartwatches have only been around for a few years, but just like everything, what was once new is now old. The original Moto 360 and the Sony SmartWatch 3 are no longer being sold in the Google Store.
Some of you may have heard of Alto’s Adventure since it has been available on iOS for a long time already, however, it is finally coming to Android. It will arrive on February 11th, and better yet, it’s free!
I was looking forward to USB Type-C becoming the standard since it’s reversible, but now I am not too sure. A Google engineer has been testing USB Type-C cables from Amazon to determine which ones were safe and which weren’t, but now is forced to stop as one of them destroyed his computer.
Most people in the Android community have heard of the Nexus line. Their software is totally stock from Google and their hardware is from some other manufacture. However, that all could change in the future.
With the soon to be released Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, there have been countless leaks leading up to the launch. As you can see from the picture above, we have just seen a possible leak for the backs of the new devices.
Those of you with an NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet will be happy to hear it is receiving a Marshmallow update. Upgrade 4.0 contains some new improvements and some key features you will need to pay attention to regarding storage.
LG’s K10 and K4 budget friendly smartphones will be coming to Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). After that, the new phones will be heading to Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia.
Over the years you have probably built up quite the collection of pictures, music, movies, and more. Your friends probably also have done the same. However, a problem that has always existed is how can you share all of that with each other?