Rolocule’s Motion Tennis Cast game combines Chromecast and your smartphone’s motion sensor to bring Nintendo Wii-esque Android games to your living room.
Yesterday Nintendo announced a major milestone in its history: a partnership with mobile game publisher DeNA to use Mario and Company. How can this be good?
With Cyanogen 12 (Lollipop-based) expected by the end of the month, the Cyanogen team announced two new features coming to the OS: individual app theming and paid themes.
Facebook has just announced a new service that allows you to easily send money to your friends through Facebook Messenger.
The newest Humble Bundle has just been released, bringing you seven titles for cheap. Also, if you pay more than $1, you’ll be able to access these games on Steam.
Ahead of the upcoming One M9 launch, HTC has published three new apps to the Google Play Store which will not only be present on the One M9, but will be available for devices running Sense 7.
Just like movies and videogames, apps in the Play Store will feature a rating designed to show what age group they are suitable for, ranging from everyone to adults-only.
In a move that should benefit users and developers alike, Google announced it began manually reviewing apps that are submitted to the Play Store.
Google Now has long allowed sending text messages or emails with a voice command. Almost two years later, the same functionality is now available for Google’s Hangouts messaging app.
Google has announced the addition of interactive cards to YouTube on both desktop and mobile. Cards are an evolution of annotations and will allow creators to inform viewers about other videos, merch, playlists, websites and more.