Verizon LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat Update Finally Arrives

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The LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat update release in the United States is finally arriving today for the last major carrier, and that’s Verizon Wireless. After weeks of waiting and no details from LG or the carrier, the update is finally available today, although not through traditional means. After LG promised an update before the […]

Google Camera App Brings HTC One M8 Camera Feature to All

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Today smartphone owners have the choice to download and enjoy a brand new camera experience on their Android smartphones and tablets thanks to the all-new Google Camera app. This morning Google released a standalone Google Camera application to the Google Play Store for all Android devices running Android 4.4 KitKat or above, and it has […]

Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 Android 4.4.3 KitKat Update Near

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The Android 4.4.3 KitKat update is inching closer to being official after tons of speculation, and now it seems that after weeks of waiting the Nexus 5 may be up first. Followed by the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, and eventually even the Nexus 10 tablet. Last year on Halloween Google announced the Nexus 5 and […]

Nintendo DS Emulator for iPhone and iPad Arrives, No Jailbreak Needed

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From the developer who brought you GBA4iOS, there’s a new gaming emulator in town that’s available for iPhone and iPad without a jailbreak. NDS4iOS, as it’s called, brings Nintendo DS games to your iOS device without the need to jailbreak, although it can still run on jailbroken devices so that everyone isn’t left out. As […]

LG G3: 5 Must Have Features to Take on the Galaxy S5

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With the Samsung Galaxy S5 and new HTC One M8 both available now from all major US carriers, consumers are starting to look forward to what else will be available in 2014. Along with the upcoming Moto X+1 and whatever is released by Apple, one of the more exciting Android smartphones we’re expecting later this […]

6 Essential iOS 7 Cydia Tweaks You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

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Even though the unjailbreakable iOS 7.1 is out and about, avid jailbreakers are still on iOS 7.0.6 and older, and that means they can still take advantage of some great iOS 7 Cydia tweaks. We have six more tweaks that we think you’ll enjoy, and they’re probably some that you’ve never even heard of before. The […]

Galaxy S5 Developer Edition Heads to Verizon, Google Play Edition MIA

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After months of waiting the brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 is officially here and readily available around the globe, and in retail stores throughout the United States. The new Samsung Galaxy S5 is an impressive smartphone offering tons of improvements over the original. It’s water resistant, has better security with a fingerprint scanner, health and […]

HTC One M8 Google Play Edition Hands-on: Here’s What’s Different

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If you’re not an Android enthusiast you may be asking yourself what a “Google Play Edition” smartphone is, and below we’ll explain everything while showing off the latest HTC One M8 getting the Google treatment. Last year at Google’s annual developer event the company announced a brand new option for smartphone buyers looking for the […]

LG G3 Leaks Reveal Three Major Features

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When it comes to deciding on which new smartphone to purchase in 2014, there’s plenty of choices outside of Samsung or Apple. While the HTC One M8 is popular, many consumers are starting to pay more attention to the upcoming LG G3. LG launched the G2 back in September of last year, and just a […]

HTC One M8 vs. Moto X: 5 Key Differences

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With the all new HTC One M8 finally available and hitting stores this week, not to mention the Samsung Galaxy S5 arriving around the same time, more and more consumers are looking at their options. The new HTC One M8 is gaining traction from consumers due to the excellent design and a few oddball TV […]

LG G2 Update Arrives as Verizon KitKat Remains MIA

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The LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat update in the United States is almost complete as most major carriers have already issued the software upgrade. And now we’re starting to see a second update while some are still waiting for KitKat. LG promised Android 4.4 KitKat before the end of March for the G2 in the […]

Watch Windows in the Car, Microsoft’s Version of CarPlay

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Microsoft may have not finished battling Apple and Google for control over the smartphone market, but it’s already moving into another key area that’s expected to bolster the Apple’s dominance for years to come. Last week, it showed off a new concept for what it called Windows in the Car, a direct competitor to the […]

OS X 11 or OS X 10.10: What’s Next?

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OS X 10.9 Mavericks is the latest version of OS X to hit Macs, but rumors have been flying around recently about the next version, which many are comfortably calling OS X 10.10. This can be kind of confusing. It’s said that we’ll see this new version announced and unveiled at Apple’s WWDC conference in […]

HTC One Max Android 4.4 KitKat Update Arrives for More Users

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The HTC One Max Android 4.4 KitKat update has arrived today for more users in the United States, with Verizon owners getting the latest and greatest as of this afternoon. An update to Android 4.4 KitKat for the HTC One Max initially arrived last month for users on Sprint, but sadly Verizon was left out […]

OS X 10.10 Rumors point to iOS 7-Style Overhaul

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OS X Mavericks hasn’t even been around for a full year yet, but rumors are already heating up about what the next version OS X will bring. OS X 10.10 (as it’s currently being referred to) will obviously bring a handful of improvements over its predecessor, but 9to5Mac is reporting that it’ll also see a […]

How to Bypass MLB At Bat Blackout Restrictions

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The MLB regular season is in full swing and that means making time to watch all of the games. Unfortunately, not paying for an expensive cable package means that you won’t be able to watch most of the games that you want to watch, as local channels only broadcast a handful of games, most of […]

iPhone iOS 7.1 Bug Allows Thieves to Disable Find My iPhone

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Apple added on a layer of protection with iOS 7, requiring those who want to delete their iCloud account from their iPhone or restore it to factory settings must disable Find My iPhone first. Find My iPhone then requires you to enter your Apple ID password in order to do that. However, video proof shows that […]

HTC One (M8) vs Samsung Galaxy Note 3: 5 Things Buyers Need to Know

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The all new HTC One (M8) is finally here and readily available from most U.S. carriers, and it’s starting to gain attention and traction from consumers and potential buyers. If you’re looking to buy a new smartphone in the coming weeks or months there’s plenty of options, and here we’ll help you decide between Samsung’s […]

Microsoft Universal Apps Come to Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox One

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Microsoft has been finding ways to unify its various operating systems across platforms and today its making a bigger step in that direction. During the company’s BUILD keynote today, Microsoft announced universal apps that will be coming to Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox One, allowing users to have a consistent experience across PCs, phones, tablets […]

LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat Update: What You Need to Know

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The LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat update in the United States is nearly complete. After beating initial plans of a late March arrival on AT&T, we’ve seen the new software upgrade arrive for multiple carriers around the US. Sadly many users are still waiting for it to arrive. Most notably those on Verizon Wireless. The […]