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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review

Samsung has released a true iPad Mini competitor with the Galaxy Tab S 8.4. The Super AMOLED display, high-end specs, and consistent design make it one of the best 7-to-8-inch…

  • Pros: Gorgeous Super AMOLED screen, Thinner and lighter than the…
  • Cons: Occasional app launch delays, Not dust/water-resistant like…

FTC files lawsuit against Amazon about in-app purchases made by children

The FTC filed a lawsuit against Amazon, with the agency alleging that the e-commerce giant did wrong when it comes to in-app purchases. Read on to learn more about the lawsuit.


Court order threatens sales of Motorola devices in Germany, including the Moto X

Even though the Moto X just went on sale in Germany last week, a court order threatens to halt its sales, and of others Motorola devices, in the country. A company called LPKF alleged that Motorola infringed on one of its patents.


Samsung’s old app store is dead, replaced by the new Galaxy Apps store

Samsung is rebranding its own application store as Galaxy Apps. The new name will be used on your phone and online, and it accompanies an updated design along with new categories for apps which work best with Galaxy devices.


How do you get three times more battery life? With sand, of course!

Researchers at the University of California, Riverside were able to triple battery performance and battery lifespan. How? By using sand, of course!


FreedomPop announces global expansion of free talk, text, and data service

FreedomPop begins expanding internationally, announcing its intention to offer freemium wireless service in Europe and other regions of the world.


Fleksy adds 15+ new languages to Android beta, plans 40 for iOS 8 launch

Fleksy keyboard added support for more than 15 languages to its Android beta. The company is also gearing up to launch an app for iOS 8 with support for 40 languages.


Yo app being used to alert Israelis of incoming missile attacks

Red Alert: Israel's creators have partnered with Yo in order to send notifications whenever there is a rocket, mortar, or missile strike in Israel. Read on to learn more about the partnership.


The LG G3 is fairly waterproof, even if it’s not rated for it

Even though LG did not give the G3 any sort of rating, a YouTube user found out that the handset is capable of standing up to a splash or two.


Warning: Factory resetting your Android phone may not delete everything

According to security firm Avast Software, factory resetting your Android smartphone doesn't delete all your personal data. The company was able to recover personal data from smartphones purchased on eBay.


Google enables workaround for paid Android Wear apps

In a post on its Developers blog, Google has introduced a workaround to the Android encryption bug preventing paid Android Wear apps from being installed onto Android Wear-powered smartwatches.

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Sprint’s LivePro is a mobile hotspot and a projector

Despite sounding like a gimmick which nobody asked for, we got a chance to try ZTE’s Projector Hotspot at CES 2014, and found it to be one of the most exciting and versatile new products at the show.


Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet arrives exclusively at Verizon

Sony's super lightweight and ultra thin Xperia Z2 Tablet will soon be available at Verizon Wireless. Verizon is the first and only U.S. carrier to offer the tablet.


Sony’s Xperia Z1 Compact finally goes on sale in the U.S.

Sony finally announced that the Xperia Z1 Compact will go on sale in the United States. The 4.3-inch powerhouse may not have carrier support, but that won't stop Sony from pushing its best small smartphone.