Only two weeks have passed since the Mega website launched and an Android app is already available for it, giving mobile access to the file hosting service.
Nvidia published a video demo that shows the Project Shield’s streaming functionality in action. The video sheds some light on the process of pairing the Shield console to a PC, although we haven’t seen how long does it take for the pairing to complete.
Firemonkeys explains in a new developer diary video how Time Shift Multiplayer (TSM) works in its upcoming Real Racing 3 mobile racing game.
Facebook is watching you. That is, if the rumored tracking app turns out to be true. Facebook’s latest rumored app aims to help users find nearby friends, as well as assist Facebook with location specific advertisements.
They might still not have the glamour and glitz of the Academy Awards given out in cinema, but GSMA’s Global Mobile Awards have become a major point of interest for tech aficionados across the world.
Sure, you can run Android apps on your Windows PC, in multiple ways. Some laptops are even going to ship with Android apps preinstalled. But what about the other way around? Not yet, but (hopefully) soon.
It’s been so long of a wait now that people started to think it wasn’t going to happen, but Carbon for Twitter is finally available in the Google Play Store.
A new casual physics-based puzzler is now available on Android: Catch the Candy.
While there’s no shortage of free games available for Android devices, more is always better, right? Thanks to HTC and Playstation Mobile, owners of select HTC phones will be offered a free game a week until the end of February.
A 31-old Brit managed to recover his stolen Galaxy Note with the help of some fellow forum members and the Cerberus security app.