We can’t imagine a smartphone user today who does not know what an SD card is. Ubiquitous as they seem though, many users are still trying to really understand how an SD cards work in an Android environment as well as how they must be maintained to last longer. If you are reading this article, chances are you have a Samsung Galax5 S5 and looking for some answers to an issue related to your phone’s SD card. We hope that this article will help you address your problems. If you are one of the users who encounters a problem...

Following Apple’s trail in introducing its voice-recognition software, Siri, Google and Samsung created their own version in the form of Google Now (developed by Google) and S Voice (developed by Samsung). As what any average Android user should know by now, these two voice recognition apps come pre-installed on Android phones starting May 2012. Each of these intelligent personal assistants has since then attracted their own legion of users. And like any other app, problems apparently caused by one of them started to surface as...

The first time you turn on and set up your HTC One M9, you will see the Home screen with the so-called HTC Sense Home widget you can set up according to your preference. With the HTC Sense Home widget, you can get access to apps, folders, and shortcuts you frequently used based on where you are, as it is schemed to change depending on whether you’re at work, home, or somewhere else. For example, applications you use often for work will display when you’re at your office. Here are the things you can do with the HTC One M9 Home...

Google has just announced the all new Photos app for Android, iOS and web which brings unlimited image and video storage to the table. Images of up to 16-megapixel in size can be stored, while videos of up to 1080p can be saved to the cloud. These images can be accessed from a wide range of devices including the web, Android and iOS devices. Your photos will be synced seamlessly on the cloud and you’ll have access to them practically anywhere, and all you have to do is sign up with your Google account. The web version will be accessible...

Android M has finally gone official at the Google I/O earlier today and there are a couple of interesting additions to talk about. The announcement of the latest update to Android was barely a surprise as its existence was leaked out a couple of weeks ago and a Google executive even confirmed it recently. So what’s exactly new with Android M? Google is focusing on the user experience aspect of the handset and it’s quite evident from the announcement of the features. Fingerprint scanning: will now officially support fingerprint...

A few hours ago, we spoke about how Google could potentially show off Android Pay later today. And the company has now officially unveiled the service, while also confirming that it will break cover with Android M later this year. With Android Pay, users can pay for items in retail outlets using NFC based machines and even payments for items bought through your mobile device. Further, you can even hook up your debit or credit card to Android Pay account and make payments that way. Overall, it’s essentially Android’s version...

With most Motorola handsets already receiving the Android 5.1 update, the company has now started sending out the update to its Pure Edition model of the Moto X (2014). The update will bring changes related to stock Android, so if it’s already on Lollipop, there won’t be any notable differences, at least in terms of the general UI. Although it’s said to be running a “pure” version of Android, the update brings the popular chop gesture to toggle the flashlight on or off. There are some other updates to Motorola...

Lenovo is at the forefront of innovation as we very well know. The company only today announced a new virtual reality headset known as the VR Goggles. In the same event, the company also revealed its new concept smartwatch, known as Magic View. The name stems from the fact that the wearable has two displays, one which is the primary watch face and the other located right below it on the strap, which will be visible only to the user. This is also being touted as a private display where you can view photos, videos and even get Maps access....