Verizon is continuing its 4G LTE roll out, arriving now to five new markets, as well as expanding in some existing markets.
According to sources from notebook vendors, Intel is planning to push Android convertible notebooks, as Windows 8 failed to impress the market.
Finally, a Fruity Loops Studio Android app is available to buy in the Google Play Store, allowing everyone to easily create elaborate musical projects.
Good news if you’re in the U.S. and are using Facebook Messenger or Home: the Facebook voice calls feature is rolling out right now to both of the apps.
A simple and efficient extension for Google Chrome allows you to use Google Keep easier, by having it close-by at all times, in its own pop-up window.
The Twitter Music service has been launched in six countries, with more on the way. It’s currently available on iOS and the web, with Android to follow.
“Ship just got real!” The trailer for the Leviathan Warships Android game has just been posted online, and it’s downright hilarious.
Available for free, AVG TuneUp for Android offers battery and data usage monitoring as well as simple app management.
Google Chrome security has been improved, as stronger measures have been taken to protect users against installing malicious extensions.
A Telus Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean update is pretty close to being released, according to a schedule listed on the Canadian carrier’s website.