Niche Android phones have a history of doing that one _really cool thing_, but more often than not fail at being a great regular phone. It’s cool if you’re one of the 100 people in the world who could honestly benefit from having a projector baked into your phone, or have a mighty need for the ability to charge someone else’s phone with the massive battery built into your device. But when these features end up [Read More...]
Shortly after the NVidia SHIELD tablet was launched a few promises were made. One of those was the release an episodic version of one of Valve’s most popular games: Half-Life 2. Half-Life 2: Episode One will be the first in serialized adventure that is meant to grow the overall single-player experience gamer’s know from Valve’s acclaimed series. It’s time once again to emerse yourself as Dr. Gordon Freeman, adorned with his hazard suit, to help aid the [Read More...]
Welcome back to the regular series aimed at helping Android users get more from their devices. If you’re looking for some new Android apps or games check it out: we have a handful of popular new titles to get you started. What you’ll find below are some of the hottest trending apps of the last seven days (or so). We’re certain you will find something fun to play with this weekend. Let’s get to it!
VR experiences are making a big splash at the Sundance Film Festival this year, and Google is among the names showing up to deliver a visual thrill to attendees. Rather than leave those of us who aren’t attending in suspense, you can install and watch two of the experiences being shown off inside of Google Cardboard right now. Kaiju Fury is a cinematic short that Oculus Rift users may already be familiar with, which lets you [Read More...]
Welcome back to the Greatest Android Podcast in the World! Coming up today we’ll have the latest on these supposed HTC One M9 leaks, the Google MVNO rumor that refuses to die, a little site-specific inside baseball, and we answer your questions live on air!
219: Master Clean
If you’re considering going prepaid on Boost Mobile, we’re here to help break down some of the best Boost Mobile phones you can buy. Boost Mobile is a prepaid mobile carrier with service across the United States.
As an alternative to bigger contract carriers, Boost Mobile offers unlimited prepaid plans as a subsidiary of Sprint in the U.S., running on its 3G and LTE networks. You can get Boost Mobile service for as [Read More...]
Friday already. And that means it’s time for the Greatest Android Podcast in the World! Coming up today we’ll have the latest on these supposed HTC One M9 leaks and what we think of all of Microsoft’s Windows 10 announcements (and what they mean for Android), the Three/O2 Euro Mega Merger™, and whatever else you guys manage to come up with. (Let us know in the comments here if there’s something you want us to cover.) [Read More...]
On Google+, Motorola stated that an Android 5.0 Lollipop update is coming to the Moto G in India and the US. While it’s only a staggered rollout, it’s at least good to hear it is coming.
Specifically, both generations of the Moto G are being updated in India, and the second generation Moto G will receive the update in the US. This comes after a tease from Motorola that said Lollipop would come to devices it released [Read More...]