Samsung is busting out two flagships this spring. Which has your eye?
In one hand, we have the Samsung Galaxy S6. It’s the next iteration of the insanely popular Galaxy S line, and while some major changes in the battery and storage department have come along, it’s the “traditional” choice and an expected successor. People are gonna love it.
In the other hand, we have the Galaxy S6 edge (it kills me not to capitalize the e). Sleek, curvy and dare I say pretty, it’s the Galaxy S6 with a new style and a few cool side-a-licious things going on with it’s curved front display. Welcome to the future, baby. People are gonna love it, too.
Which one are you going to buy? Or are you going to buy both? Or neither? Take the poll, then tell us why in the comments.
Google is usually good for some April Fools jokes, and this time they have put Pac-Man on the streets of Google Maps.
Pac-Man can be played right now on Google Maps, utilizing the streets of the map as the course. Users can play on streets of their own town on the web, or in select areas on mobile devices. Google has listed a bunch of clues of where to find Pac-Man on mobile devices, but if you want to just get down and play try searching for “Arc de Triomphe”.
The Moto X’s camera is more than adequate if you know your way around it.
Motorola’s original Moto X didn’t have the greatest camera in the world. The 2014 model is a marked improvement, but still not as big or powerful as newer models like the Samsung Galaxy S6. It’s a 13-megapixel shooter, and it’s got a camera app that brings with it some of our favorite camera features and not a whole lot else. And we’re going to show you how to make the most of that camera when you just have to get a shot — or a selfie — right now.
Our friend in the UK can now walk right into hundreds of service provider and electronics retail stores and walk out with HTC’s new One M9. The HTC One M9 can now be purchased directly from EE, O2, Three and Vodafone, but always suggest checking out … Read More
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LG has sent out a “save the date” email to press tonight for what looks to be the unveiling of its next flagship, the LG G4, on April 28.
Whatever LG has up its sleeve for the G4 unveiling, it’s set to take place around the world with events on April 28 in New York, London, and Paris, as well as Seoul, Singapore, and Istanbul on April 29.
Fear not, lovers of gold technology, Verizon will carry the Galaxy S6 in gold alongside black and white.
While T-Mobile and AT&T had already committed to carrying three distinct colors of the Galaxy S6, Verizon was holding strong on simply offering the white and black models — until today, that is. Along with a reminder that it will begin taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge on April 1 (but this isn’t a joke), Verizon dropped the bit of news that the gold color option will be available right next to the other two colors.
It’s been nearly two months since the AT&T HTC One M7 was supposed to be updated to Android 5.0, but AT&T has finally signed off on the final software build and will start pushing the build to handset owners starting … Read More
A large set of Gmail users are experiencing a service disruption when using the service with an IMAP mail client.
Google is aware of the problem and is working on a fix. The issues seem to only be affecting those using Gmail with an IMAP mail client, and results in error messages and other problems.