Samsung’s experimental Gear VR wearable is reportedly being spotted in Best Buy outlets across the U.S. This essentially means that customers can have an up close look at the Samsung wearable ahead of its official launch (whenever that is). Bear in mind that even though the Gear VR is available in some stores, the device cannot function without the Galaxy Note 4 smartphone, so it is not usable on its own. But then again, multiple Best Buy stores are stocking up on the Galaxy Note 4 as well, so you might just get a demo of the next...

A new leak from China has revealed what appears to be a press image of the HTC One M8 Eye smartphone. As the alleged press render shows, the smartphone has the same design as the One M8 but it reportedly has some key differences from the company’s first flagship of the year. The camera sensor on the back is believed to be a 13-megapixel unit and not a 4-megapixel sensor, which is good news considering the criticism seen by the Ultrapixel camera. Interestingly, the depth of field measuring sensor will also be included with the handset....

Motorola launched a Pure Edition version of the Moto X along with the standard carrier versions earlier this month. The motive behind launching this model was to give users a stock experience with no carrier branding or bloatware pre-installed. And it seems like this version of the Motorola flagship is about to get a lot better as the company is reportedly gearing up to issue an update which will introduce support for more 4G LTE bands. The update will bring support for LTE bands 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 17 while the smartphone only supports...

LG’s premier flagship of the year, the LG G3 will be launching through U.S. Cellular next month for as little as $99.99 on contract. Customers also have the option to choose the monthly installment plan at $0 down and $20.84 per month for a period of two years. This translates to roughly around $500 if you’re looking to get the smartphone off contract. The smartphone’s arrival on U.S. Cellular has been long overdue as other major carriers of the U.S. have been selling the smartphone for quite a while now. The LG G3 is...

Just under two weeks ago, we came across Google’s plans to start showing the value of in-app purchases within app listings on the Play Store. This change has finally taken effect on the web and mobile versions of the Play Store, giving users a better idea of what to expect as far as in-app purchases are concerned. The listings don’t provide a complete breakdown of the in-app purchases though, but merely tells users the minimum and maximum amount they can spend on purchasing content within the app. It is hoped that Google...

The Black and Stone leather versions of the Moto 360 smartwatch are now up for grabs over at Motorola’s official online store. The smartwatch briefly ran out of stocks at Motorola’s online store, but the manufacturer has been quick to react to the growing demand for the device. As you might know, the smartwatch is also available for purchase via Best Buy retail outlets across the U.S., so this isn’t your only option if you’re looking to get the premier Motorola smartwatch. For those concerned about the battery...

NVIDIA’s LTE variant of the Shield Tablet is officially available for purchase starting today. This variant also packs double the storage at 32GB, so you get a whole lot more compared to the standard 16GB WiFi model. The pricing has been set at $399, which is pretty decent for a powerful tablet like this. Customers who pre-ordered the device a couple of weeks ago should be able to get their hands on it as well. The Shield Tablet packs a punch with its 8 inch 1080p display, 2GB of RAM, 5-megapixel cameras on the front and back...

While Nexus devices have traditionally been the ones to offer stock Android to desired users, we saw Google pushing this project forward by offering Google Play Edition models of popular handsets such as the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M7, Sony Xperia Z Ultra etc. But what if an OEM offered a stock Android solution along with its own skinned version? That’s exactly what Sony is planning to be doing. Word around the grapevine is that the Japanese manufacturer could offer customers the choice to switch to a stock Android ROM, in addition...