Tag Archive: Wild


Moto X (2017) leaks into the wild with Snapdragon 625, dual-camera setup

Lenovo and Motorola might be focusing their attention on the Moto Z series, but apparently the two companies are also preparing a Moto X revival sometime this year. We’ve already seen a bunch of leaked images showcasing the alleged Moto X (2017) and today we get even more pictures showcasing the handset. Even better, we […]

Purported Motorola Moto G5 Plus appears in the wild, due out in March

Motorola unveiled the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus back in May and the smartphones went on to become extremely popular with customers everywhere. And now it appears that the Lenovo-owned company is working towards two follow-up devices. According to a listing that popped up with a Romanian re-seller OLX, the Moto G5 Plus (model

How to find wild Pokémon in Pokémon Go

How do I find wild Pokémon in Pokémon Go?

People familiar with the classic Pokémon game franchise may remember that wild Pokémon were easily found in the tall grass located throughout the land; however, in Pokémon Go, wandering through tall grass will probably get you more bug bites than Pokémon.

Pokémon Go uses your phone’s GPS to track your location, and all you have to do to track down your favorite little creatures is walk! They  [Read More…]

Alone in the wild: how to use your smartphone as a survival tool

Your plane went down. You’re the only survivor. There is a pack of wolves who are intelligently hunting you down. What do you do? Let’s assume that you’re out of range of cellular towers. You may have some apps that can help, such as a compass, maps, first aid guide, etc. But what happens when

Goosebumps VR takes you on a wild ride while trying to escape the giant praying mantis

If you’ve ever wanted to try and escape a giant praying mantis in virtual reality, you’ll want to check out Goosebumps VR immediately. Whether you have a virtual reality viewer, like Google Cardboard or not, you’ll be able to use the app without issue. Once installed, you’ll select 360 video to participate without a viewer, or virtual reality to participate with one. You’ll then need to be sitting down, and prepared to follow the instructions on the  [Read More…]

Will my phone get updated to Marshmallow? Our list of confirmations, guesses and wild speculation

When a new version of Android is released, talk immediately shifts to when (and if) it will be released for individual models of phones and tablets. Since Google doesn’t distribute Android the way other companies — like Apple or Microsoft or BlackBerry do — and instead provides the code to build it, a lot depends on the folks who made your phone and how much time and money they want to spend on updating it. Which in  [Read More…]

Moto X ’15 and Moto G ’15 leaked in the wild

There is yet more supposed leaks of the upcoming Moto X 2015 and Moto G 2015. This time, they were spotted in Brazil and Mexico, where photos of each device were taken.

First up is the Moto X 2015. There’s only one photo and of the back, no less, which appears to have the Kevlar Motorola is known for using in its other flagships, like the Droid Turbo and Droid Razr Maxx. Phandroid noticed a small hole at the bottom, which  [Read More…]

The Farting Pig: farm animals gone wild (review)

Do you remember Mario? The awesome hero plumber that burst onto the game scene at took it by storm? Ever since the success of The Super Mario franchise there have been copycats after copycats trying to replicate Marios recipe for success. Hundreds of platform games have tried to emulate Mario although they have always been disappointing.

Well, The Farting Pig may have broken that chain of disappointment. In the slide scrolling 2d platform adventure, The Farting Pig tasks you to  [Read More…]

Google Play no longer is the Wild West, and that’s good for developers and users

The news that Google is now reviewing apps submitted to Google Play is bound to draw the ire of folks who prefer a wide-open Internet. But the long-term ramifications mean better apps for all.

There have been some pretty clear battle lines drawn within Android Central over the years, even if the two sides aren’t readily apparent publicly. For some time I’ve advocated that Google need some sort of screening process for apps submitted to Google  [Read More…]

Motorola Nexus 6 spotted in the wild

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We recently published a gallery of photos for the upcoming Motorola Nexus 6; however, all of these were renders because there has not been a quality photo of the actual device itself. That is, until today. The team over at Android Police has received some photos from an anonymous tipster that claim to show someone using  [Read More…]