Welcome to the 17th part in our series of troubleshooting articles that deal with the HTC One M8. This model is one of the best Android smartphones out in the market today however that does not mean that it does not have its fair share of issues. Although this device is quite stable there are instances when problems do occur. This is where we come in as we provide solutions that would lead to the resolution of these issues. If you own an HTC One M8 or any other Android device for that matter then feel free to send us an email at [email protected]..

It’s the holiday season and quite naturally most of you are looking to do some last minute shopping. Well if you’re looking to get something on the cheap, then this might be worth a quick look. Users can now get the 2014 Moto X for just $49.99 on contract, which is a decent price for a flagship product. The deal will last until the 31st of December and users can only get the 16GB model under the promo. You can also add custom back panels and accents to the device according to your liking. Adding wooden back panels however...

Sony has just confirmed to its fans that the Android 5.0 update for its Xperia Z2 and the Z3 series of smartphones/tablets will begin rolling out in early 2015. The comment was made in response to a user query on Twitter, although Sony is yet to share information on which devices are first to get the update. Sony specifies that “core” devices in the aforementioned device lineup will get the update first, which could mean that the likes of the Xperia M2, T2 etc will probably have to wait slightly longer to see the update on...

Amazon is sending out a new update for the Fire Phone with some decent additions in tow. The device is receiving some UI improvements and a new call blocking feature. For those keeping note, the software version of Fire OS changes to 3.6.8 with the new update. Interestingly, the update is only rolling out to the unlocked model and AT&T’s variant is still running Fire OS 3.6.5. Amazon mentions that there are some interface improvements along with the update, so it’s quite massive keeping that in mind. There’s also...

Welcome to the 46th part in our series of troubleshooting articled dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. In this latest installment we will tackle some of the latest emails that we have been receiving since the last part was published. There are some issues that are quite unique while others are similar to what w have already tackled in previous posts. Most issues that concern this device can be resolved by a reboot. Other cases require certain troubleshooting steps to be conducted though which is the reason why this series exists. If...

Dear readers, welcome to the first part of our Verizon Galaxy S5 problems troubleshooter series. We’ve already started publishing support articles for the S5 and as of this writing, we already have 11 parts posted on our site, which means that more than a hundred problems have already been addressed. You can find them in our Galaxy S5 Troubleshooting page. This post, however, is for Verizon subscribers who emailed us. The company has its own technical support team to answer your questions and fix your problems. We don’t intend...

A new rumor has spilled the beans on what could possibly be one of the most powerful tablets we’ve ever seen. Known as the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet Ultra, the tablet will apparently break cover next year sporting a gargantuan hardware specs sheet. If this report from a Chinese site is to be believed, the tablet will pack a whopping 12.9 inch display sporting an insane resolution of 3840 x 2400 pixels, which is more than what we’ve seen on any device this size. The tablet is also expected to be packing an octa core Snapdragon...

With Google Glass yet to go mainstream, Sony has decided to show something of its own. Known as the Single Lens Display Module, the device looks pretty identical to Glass in terms of design. The hardware underneath isn’t too different from Google’s offering either, so there are barely any surprises here. One crucial difference with the device however is its ability to fit into just about any pair of lenses or shades, meaning that it can be used over your current set of lenses rather than being used as a standalone device. It is...