Welcome to the second part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the LG G2. We are only getting a couple of emails regarding this device so we seldom feature it.  Right now we have collected a couple of questions sent by our readers which we will be answering in this post. Most of the problems are minor in nature while others require some troubleshooting steps to be done. If you own an LG G2 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to send us an email at [email protected] We will be more than happy...

Leaks about the upcoming Nexus 9 tablet have become commonplace these days, especially the ones coming via benchmark listings. But this new revelation from AnTuTu suggests something we didn’t know before - the availability of a cellular variant. This particular benchmark listing seems to have an IMEI number for the device, which is only given to devices with cellular connectivity. While it’s not really a surprise that the Nexus 9 would have an LTE model, we are learning this for the very first time. The 2013 Nexus 7 had...

In the midst of all the flagships that are preparing to break cover over the next week, midrange devices are not given much love. But Verizon has managed to grab our attention by announcing a rare midrange offering from Motorola known as the Luge. The smartphone is essentially a re-branded version of the Droid Razr M from 2012, but for prepaid customers of Verizon. The price tag is quite decent at $199.99 without no contractual obligations, so Verizon is clearly going to attract a lot of attention from this new offering. The Motorola...

With the LG G Watch R going official earlier today, we already know quite a lot about it by now. But LG conveniently kept the pricing and availability a mystery, by only mentioning a tentative Q4 2014 release date. However, the company’s German wing has now revealed the pricing as well as the availability details in its latest press release and we don’t have much good news. The press release states that the smartwatch will be priced at €299 or $394 with availability slated to commence in October. We’ve often seen...

The Castle of Illusion game from Disney is now selling for just $0.99 on the Google Play Store. This is a 90% off on the regular asking price of $9.99, so it’s quite a big discount coming from a developer such as Disney. Unfortunately, the deal only seems to be available in the U.S. and Canada as of now, so you’re not in luck if you don’t belong to these regions. Castle of Illusion was originally launched on the Sega Genesis console back in the 90s which has since been remade in 1080p resolution for consoles as well...

The LG G Watch was originally launched in early July through the Google Play Store across the world. And with LG announcing a vastly improved version of the smartwatch today, some users of the G Watch aren’t quite too amused. A user has decided to raise a petition on change.org asking LG to allow G Watch owners to trade in their smartwatches in return for the newly launched G Watch R. This is what the petition reads: To: LG Electronics, CEO Please Give LG G watch Buyers an optional upgrade to the LG G watch round for free it...

Huawei’s upcoming flagship, the Ascend Mate 7 has made an appearance on Chinese microblogging site Weibo, giving us a look at the metal exterior. Although the display is not completely on, we can ascertain from this image that the smartphone will feature slim side bezels, much to our joy. Moreover, the date shown on the phone is from over two months ago, so it might not be the most recent picture of the device. The design is quite similar to the HTC One Max, especially on the back where a fingerprint scanner is placed right under the...

This is the 27th part of our Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Problems series and there are ten problems addressed in this post. Posts like this serves as our response to emails we’ve received. We want that our suggestions, solutions and recommendations will be accessible to all so that owners who may also have problems can just browse through our posts to find answers. We are still open to your questions so if you have some, feel free to send them at [email protected] This is a free service so you don’t have to worry about any...