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Nintendo Launching First Smartphone Game Tomorrow
By admin on Wednesday October 28, 2015

The most celebrated gaming company of them all, Nintendo, is about to release its first ever smartphone game tomorrow. Nintendo has been making its first strides in the market, working with DeNA to port games to mobile technology. By March Nintendo plans to have five titles on the market, and the first game will land tomorrow.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ Getting First Update Now
By Ang Torres on Tuesday October 27, 2015

Samsung is rolling out a software update for the Galaxy S6 Edge+, the first that the handset has received since being launched three months ago. The handset is getting the upgrade just after its sibling of sorts, the Galaxy Note 5, got its first update.

Google Raises App Price Limit for Google Play Store
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday October 27, 2015

Google has rather quietly changed its app price limits around the world, meaning that the ceiling for the most expensive apps on the Google Play Store is now higher. The obviously results in consumers potentially paying more for the high end applications, but it is also good news for developers and users alike.

Sony Rolls Out Android 6.0 Marshmallow Beta to Xperia Z3 Owners
By Micah Bartos on Tuesday October 20, 2015

Sony has announced that its concept build for Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now rolling out to users of the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact. The news comes several weeks after the company revealed that 10,000 owners of those two smartphones would get a chance to test the build ahead of its official full release later in the year.

Huawei Unveils Android 6.0 Marshmallow Roadmap
By Micah Bartos on Friday October 16, 2015

Chinese brands have spotty history in terms of updating their smartphones to new versions of the Android platform, and some just never bother doing it. Mega brand Huawei is different and tends to treat new Android builds well, and that is certainly the case for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The company has now confirmed its Marshmallow roadmap, highlighting exactly which products will be landing the software in the future.

LG G4 Confirmed to be getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow Next Week
By Pablo Jimenez on Thursday October 15, 2015

You can color us surprised by the announcement by LG that its G4 smartphone flagship is going to be getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow next week. That is a super-fast turnaround considering the platform has only been available for a few weeks. Normally all the devices with stock Android (Nexus, Google Play Edition, etc.) get the build first and OEM's usually take a couple of months.

LG is the most Security Minded Android OEM
By Luke Jones on Wednesday October 14, 2015

When we think of mobile security we think of BlackBerry's BB10 or at a push iOS, we rarely consider Android because of the numerous problems the platform has had. Forced to pick the most secure manufacturer on Android we would say Samsung with its robust KNOX security suite, which is pretty spiffing. However, a new research paper out of prestigious Cambridge University in the United Kingdom disagrees.

ASUS Opens Bootloader for ZenFone 2
By Josh Dasey on Wednesday October 14, 2015

ASUS has already done a lot of good things with its ZenFone 2 range, not least offering us the chance to have well built, good looking smartphones with interesting specs and an affordable price tag. The company is now looking to get on the good side of Android enthusiasts by issuing a new tool that lets them unlock the bootloader on their ZenFone 2.

AT&T Rolling Out Extensive LG G4 Update
By Josh Dasey on Friday October 09, 2015

AT&T is rolling out an over the air update for the LG G4 flagship, but this is not Android Marshmallow or anything to do with Google's platform. That does not mean this upgrade should be ignored as it brings plenty of goodies to the party, albeit under the surface. The second largest carrier in the United States says that the update is available OTA now.

Android Lollipop Takes Up 23.5% of all Android Devices
By Josh Dasey on Thursday October 08, 2015

With Android 6.0 Marshmallow readying for a roll out to devices across the platform, how is its predecessor Android Lollipop fairing in the overall platform landscape? Well, very good as it turns out, which when discussing means as good as can be expected due to the huge fragmentation on the platform.