Popular matchmaking app, Tinder has just announced a new variant of its app called Tinder Plus. This is a paid version of the app and allows users to like as many people as they please. This comes at a cost of $9.99 per month, which is quite a lot considering the fact that there are several other apps out there that serve the same purpose for a lot less. The only thing Tinder has going for itself is the user base that it has generated since its inception. The premium in-app purchase gives you the ability to undo dislikes with a dedicated...

Sony is known for using the Walkman app for its music player. The company has now decided to ditch the branding altogether and is using the solitary music app instead of Walkman. The reasoning behind this is not known at the moment, but it was first spotted on the Xperia Z4 Tablet and the Xperia M4 Aqua which were unveiled yesterday. We should see the exclusion in all future Xperia devices going forward. Sony hasn’t shared more details on this, but it seems to be a simple cosmetic change and the functionality of the music player...

SanDisk has just unveiled a new 200GB microSD XC card just before the MWC event kicks off in Barcelona. There aren’t a lot of phones in the market today that can support 200GB microSD XC cards, so compatibility should be limited to devices like cameras. SanDisk mentions that this tiny 200GB microSD card will go up for sale starting Q2 2015 with an asking price of $399.99. With the likes of the Galaxy S6 not supporting microSD cards henceforth, SanDisk’s only option will be other devices. SanDisk’s largest microSD XC...

Welcome to the 50th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. This phone which was released in the 4th quarter of 2012 initially ran on Android Jelly Bean but is expected to get the Android Lollipop update. Owners of this model who are still using this as their primary phone should expect new features to be made available on their device when the new software update arrives. In this latest installment of the series we will tackle some of the emails our readers sent us. These emails are about...

Samsung has finally ended the mystery and unveiled the Galaxy S6 smartphone accompanied by the curved display Galaxy S6 Edge. The company touts the two devices as the most powerful handsets available in the market today. The highlight of the Galaxy S6 announcement was the new design which the company is touting. Thanks to this new design philosophy and lack of a plastic casing on the back, the smartphone will allow wireless charging by default. This is a much needed addition on the device and will certainly peg things in favor of the...

Just before HTC took the wraps off the One M9 smartphone, Huawei took the stage in Barcelona to unveil the Huawei Watch, which is its official entry in the smartwatch segment. The wearable is based on the Android Wear platform, which makes it the seventh smartwatch to be running on Google’s smartwatch OS. The smartwatch has a circular display, much like the Moto 360 and the LG G Watch R. It is easily the best looking wearable available today, at least among Android Wear offerings. Inside the sturdy looking body is a 4GB storage...

The time has come for HTC to officially unveil the One M9 smartphone. And right on cue, the company has done so at Barcelona. Unfortunately, not much of it was a surprise as most of the hardware has been in the public domain for quite some time now. So let’s get right to it without wasting much of your time. The smartphone packs a 5 inch 1080p display and packs ultra slim bezels, making it quite a looker. Unfortunately ,the familiarity with the previous two One smartphones is still there as the front facing speakers look almost...

Normally when you buy a device from a carrier, you only have a limited time to get insurance. But for a limited time, AT&T is giving customers insurance no matter when they bought their devices. Until March 31st, AT&T will cover any devices you bring to them, as long as you have at least one device on the network. The most expensive $29.99 per month plan covers tablets and even laptops, as long as one device is on the network. The difference between the $6.99 per month plan and the $9.99 per month plan is that the most expensive...