While Motorola, LG, and HTC have been relatively quick to update their flagship devices to Lollipop, Samsung owners have been (not so) patiently tapping their feet in anticipation for the news of their Galaxy phones receiving the same treatment. But the wait is almost over for Galaxy Note 4 users, as the 5.0.1 update has started rolling out in Poland, according to SamMobile.
The update weighs a little less than 1GB, as XDA user thiagoribeirorj reports, and is available OTA to the SM-910C (Exynos) variant. Read More
If you're wondering what NVIDIA has been working on for the last few months, you'll only have to wait a few more weeks to find out. The gaming and graphics company has sent invitations to technology press, including Android Police, for a presentation on March 3rd in San Francisco. According to the email, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang will be demonstrating something "5 years in the making" that will "redefine the future of gaming."
Android fans are obviously looking for something centered around the new Tegra X1 chipset, which NVIDIA demonstrated last month at the Consumer Electronics Show. Read More
As the newly-announced start date for Google I/O 2015 approaches, we're sure to see plenty of easter eggs and hidden messages around Google's web properties, but one easter egg has already made itself known.
Google's I/O 2015 page links to an awesome Chrome experiment that lets users jam to (and edit) a catchy electronic loop with five unique instruments. Inside the experiment's source hides a dance partner - left shark. Read More
Snapchat is no stranger to controversy, but this latest issue isn't the headline you would normally expect. Users have taken to the web to complain about the app burning through background data. Complaints have surfaced on reddit, along with screenshots. Read More
Google I/O is a huge event for Android every year, and now we know when it's going down in 2015. Google's head of Chrome and Android, Sundar Pichai has posted the official dates on Google+. The conference will be held on May 28th and 29th in San Francisco.
Since its launch in 2010 (on iOS, natch), Flipboard has been strictly mobile-only. Even after it expanded to Android a couple of years ago, users could only ever view and manage their feeds via a phone or tablet. It made sense: the whole point of Flipboard is that the service reformats stories for easy mobile reading and wraps them in a touch-friendly interface. But all that changes today - you can now read your Flipboard stories and feeds on Flipboard.com. Read More
When the battery in your phone isn't good enough, there's a plethora of external batteries available to pick up the slack. The ReVIVE ReStore Q10x is a 10,000mAh unit that usually costs about $35, but it's on sale at just $19.99 for the next few days. It's available with Amazon Prime shipping too.
Microsoft wants you to use OneDrive instead of some other cloud storage solution. It also wants you to take part in the Bing Rewards program. So here's an idea, how about giving people 100GB of free OneDrive storage for two years when they sign up for Bing Rewards?
That's exactly what the tech giant has decided to do. Until February 28th, you can get 100GB of OneDrive for free just by becoming a Bing Rewards member. Read More
A couple of weeks ago, Dead Zebra released the fifth series of everyone's favorite collectible Android figurine. Andrew Bell, the mastermind behind these awesome little guys, has been gracious enough to hook us up with some to give away, including a full set of all 16 (not a blind box - literally one of each), a Sk8 Cop Android signed by Gary Ham (that's the artist who created him), and 16 individual blind boxes. Read More
Managing 2-factor authentication is a pain, but such is the price we pay for security, right? Authy makes it much less annoying with secure backup, device sync, and offline mode for 2fa. It hasn't been the most attractive app, but the new version is looking much nicer and more material.