Wanted: one wizard with experience repelling invading armies by drawing shapes in the air. Must provide own wizard robe and be okay with light in-app purchases. If this sounds like you, there's a game you should play called Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire.
This might be the Galaxy S6. It started with a few images of a phone shrouded in bubble wrap, but that was quickly followed by more images of the phone from all angles. You can never be completely sure with leaks, but these look legit.
After spending years as a kid and many more as a student, we each get to a point where the majority of our time gets sucked into work. This leaves many employees glued to their phones, and unsurprisingly, the tech giants all want it to be their phones.
Overkill 3 has been in development for a while now, including an Android beta test over the last few months. Now the game is officially out and ready to be played on your device of choice. It has explosions, shooting, and invisible guns. Wait, what?
It takes a while to fit the latest version of Android on a device, get it carrier certified, and push it out to users. I get that. But for whatever reason, AT&T's version of the 2014 Moto X got lost in the shuffle. While the pure edition of the flagship phone received Lollipop back in November, with Verizon following shortly thereafter, AT&T's version is apparently only just now going out over the air.
A little while ago, I went hands-on with some dbrand skins. I say that if you're looking for a way to spice up your phone without going for a big bulky case, these are hands-down the way to go. They look great, are easy enough to apply, and come off easily should the need ever arise.
Now, if you'd like a chance to get your hands on not only every possible combination of skin that dbrand offers (nexus logo cutout, no nexus, x-only, with/without the Motorola logo), but also a brand new Nexus 6 to put them on, today is your lucky day.
Google launched Play Music back in 2011 with the option for users to upload their entire music collection for easy streaming. Play Music started with a limit of 20,000 songs, and it's stayed there ever since. Google has just announced a change, though. Play Music now allows up to 50,000 songs.
Hitting the slopes already comes with a fairly high wow factor, but RideOn wants to make things even more impressive with its crowd-funded augmented reality goggles for skiing and snowboarding. The project, which started on January 20th, has managed to reach its $75,000 fixed funding goal on Indiegogo.
RideOn's goggles project a virtual interface on top of the snow, appearing as though things are hovering fifteen feet in front of you.
This update Wednesday is looking like a good one already. We've got a new version of Google Calendar and it's significant enough that Google provided a changelog on Google+, which is rare. There's some awesome stuff here, and you can download the APK below instead of waiting.