Visa and MasterCard will soon make mobile payments easier, and finally accessible, for some Android users thanks to a feature built into KitKat. Read on for more!
Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a new chip to power wearable devices that mimics the human brain and could give us more intelligent augmented reality for longer. Read on for more!
As it starts to add more people to the Explorer program, Google put out an etiquette guide for Glass users so they don’t turn into Glassholes. Read on for more!
Last month Samsung was slated to sit down with Apple to possibly reach a settlement in an ongoing patent dispute, but it seems they weren’t able to come to an agreement. Read on for more!
Samsung might be on its way to supplanting BlackBerry as the smartphone maker of choice for government agencies. Read on for more!
Unwilling to wait for Mobile World Congress, LG just announced its latest flagship phone: the LG G Pro 2. Read on for more info!
Aviate isn’t letting its recent Yahoo acquisition slow down its updates, as the team just released a new update to its launcher that adds some new features, most notably surrounding music. Read on for more!
In case you missed it, Flappy Bird is no more, but its clones are running amok in the Google Play Store, ready to cash in on the now-missing phenomenon, and at least... one app puts the insanely hard game on your Pebble.
The Flappy Bird clone is called Tiny Bird, and it’s now available in the Pebble appstore for free. The game is basically the same as the origi...
As if to prove that Chrome and Hangouts are more powerful than we give them credit for, Google today introduced the Chromebox for meetings, a system that uses powerful Chromeboxes to replace expensive teleconferencing solutions. Read on for more!
Today Google released a number of small app updates to its Android apps that alone aren’t all that much, but are still worth noting. Read on for more!