Nexus 9 Android M Hands-On & Impressions

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Google’s flagship Nexus 9 tablet hasn’t received the amount of attention or updates as many expected, but it already received the latest Android M developer preview. Here we’ll be sharing our thoughts on the Nexus 9 Android M Beta update, its performance, battery life, and if it fixes some of the issues users have been […]

How to Send Google Maps Directions to Android from Mac or PC

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Earlier this week Google announced the option to easily send Google Maps directions or navigation instructions right to an iPhone from a Google Search, making getting directions a breeze so users don’t have to reply on Apple Maps. However, the same feature has been available on Android for a while, and here’s how to share […]

Android M vs Android 5.1 Lollipop Walkthrough: What’s New So Far

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For those that want to see some of what’s new in Google’s recently announced Android M software you can see the changes in our M vs Android 5.1 Lollipop walkthrough below. This is a comparison of Android 5.1 Lollipop vs the Android M beta preview on the Nexus 6 and Nexus 5. This Android M […]

Moto E Android 5.1 Lollipop Update Hits the U.S.

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Since Google first announced and released Android 5.0 Lollipop back in October of last year manufacturers have been extremely busy trying to keep up with the latest software, and that includes Motorola. They were among the first to update to Android 5.0, and now they’re starting to deliver the latest Android 5.1 to popular devices […]

DROID Turbo Lollipop Update Release Details Emerge

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Rumors about the popular Motorola DROID Turbo Android 5.1 Lollipop update have been floating around since as far back as December of last year, but here we are nearly seven months later and it has yet to arrive. Yesterday though, our first solid details surfaced and it appears the Turbo Android Lollipop update is finally […]

How to Turn Off or Adjust Galaxy S6 Button Lights

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The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge have two light up buttons on each side of the dedicated home button, and they glow when users interact with the device. This is so you know where they are, and can easily see the back and recent apps buttons. These only stay lit up for 1.5 […]

HTC One M9 Update Improves Camera & Battery Life

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This week a brand new update started rolling out to the popular HTC One M9 smartphone aimed at improving a few key aspects of the phone that have received the most criticism. Those being the camera, battery life, and general device performance. Back in March HTC announced the One M9 aimed at replacing the HTC […]

How to Turn off LG G4 Smart Bulletin

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The new LG G4 is a powerful smartphone with a big display, beautiful genuine leather design, and a great camera. That said, it’s also loaded with tons of software features that are helpful, but can sometimes get in the way of what users want to do on their phone. One of those is Smart Bulletin, […]

Moto X Android 5.1 Update: What You Need to Know

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Late last month we finally received word regarding the Android 5.1 Lollipop update for an array of Motorola devices, and that includes the original Moto X from 2013. And while the details were rather light, this week news surfaced that the Moto X should get Android 5.1 Lollipop in the U.S. in the next couple […]

LG G4 Release Continues with Bug Fix Update

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The LG G4 release in the United States finally started last week with all five major carriers offering the device in stores and online, and now today a critical release week update is rolling out for users on AT&T and T-Mobile. Below is what you need to know. On April 28th LG announced the all-new […]

How to Turn Off the Galaxy S6 Notification LED Light

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The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge both have a notification LED light at the top of the device that flashes for incoming alerts, notifications, missed calls and more. This guide explains how to turn off or disable the Galaxy S6 notification light. Now that Samsung’s latest smartphone is in the hands of millions […]

HTC One M10 Rumored to See Major Changes

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Earlier this year HTC announced and released the brand new HTC One M9 smartphone for 2015. Only, it wasn’t all that new and looked nearly identical to the version before it, and has since received poor reviews around the web and low sales have HTC shareholders disappointed. However, it looks like that could all change […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2: What We Know So Far

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We’ve yet to see any impressive flagship Android tablets so far in 2015, but if recent leaks and reports are any indication, a brand new premium Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is coming extremely soon. Last year the Galaxy Tab S was released in June, and below is what we know so far about the new […]

LG G3 Android Lollipop Bug Fixing Update Emerges

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Way back in February the LG G3 Android Lollipop update finally started rolling out in the United States on multiple carriers, following a release in other regions around the globe. The T-Mobile LG G3 Android 5.0 update started in April but was quickly delayed due to some problems and bugs, and today we’re happy to […]

LG G4 Leather Backs Released for Buyers

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Buyers who just picked up the brand new LG G4 and want to get an extra genuine leather back or two for it, will want to head to LG’s new website where they’re offering two for the price of one. We knew six genuine leather colors were coming soon, and now those who pre-order will […]

10 iOS 9 Features Apple Stole from Android

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Today Apple took the stage at its annual WWDC conference and announced iOS 9, an upcoming software update that will replace iOS 8 for most iPhone and iPad users. And while Samsung and Android steal features from Apple, they aren’t the only ones, and Apple also steals or borrow features from the competition. Competition is […]

Verizon LG G4 Release Botched with Missing Features

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The impressive new LG G4 is available around the globe and from all five major carriers in the United States. On June 4th it arrived at Verizon, but we’ve quickly learned that multiple key features are surprisingly missing on the Verizon LG G4. LG’s latest smartphone is a very capable large 5.5-inch device with one […]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active: 5 Things You Need to Know

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Now that the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge have been available for a few months, a 3rd Galaxy S6 variant has just been announced. Today after months of rumors and speculation AT&T and Samsung unveiled the new extremely rugged and durable Samsung Galaxy S6 Active with a huge battery. Here’s everything you need […]

How to Turn Off Severe Weather Alerts on the Galaxy S6

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When bad weather or a big storm is headed your way, most likely the Galaxy S6 has some severe weather alerts that go off at full volume and can be extremely frustrating, not to mention frightening if you’re not expecting it. This guide explains how to disable all or most of the severe weather and […]

5 Best Cheap Android Tablets [June, 2015]

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Here we will be going over a few of the best cheap Android tablets currently available here halfway through 2015. There are a lot of choices when it comes to Android tablets, but many of them are extremely cheap and not that great. The term “cheap” can be different for many different buyers, so we’ll […]