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Although Google is said to be bringing support for WiFi on its range of Android Wear devices, some devices didn’t get it even with the latest system update, something which the owners of the LG G Watch R will complain about. However, that’s changing today with the smartwatch now getting a small maintenance update which finally enables support for pairing devices over a WiFi network. The wearable was previously limited to pairing only through Bluetooth, so this feature will be welcomed by the users. The smartwatch can alternate...

Samsung has already teased the arrival of the Iron Man Edition Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone. The company is now mentioning that it will offer the smartphone to the customers starting next week. The teaser image posted by the company also gives us a brief glimpse of the device. We can only see the back of the smartphone here, with no visibility of the front. However, this is more than enough to give us a good idea of what to expect from this special edition variant of the Galaxy S6 Edge. The body of the smartphone will be painted in red...

An update to the Facebook Messenger app now provides users with details about unknown senders. By this, we mean that the user will now get a brief information about this random sender’s hometown, place of work, college etc so that you can easily recognize a long lost friend (or stalker). Only the information that is made public by the users will be shown, so there are no privacy concerns here. The information will be popped up for people who aren’t on your list and those who have been added by you, but have never sent...

Samsung’s Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro series have always catered to the high end productivity oriented markets. It seems like the company is ready to push the envelope this year with a potential successor leaking out today. This mystery Samsung tablet is shown to be running on Intel’s Z8500 quad core SoC with a clock speed of 2.24 GHz. With a single core score of 1005 and a multi-core score of 3426, the ‘Samsung Chopin’ tablet is certainly one of the most powerful tablets to come out of the company’s sheds.   Obviously,...

Shazam has been our go to app for discovering new songs that’s playing on the radio or finding out that new show you stumbled across on the TV. The app has just gotten better with the developers adding support for Android Wear smartwatches. This essentially means that you can ID songs while on the go with a simple “Ok Google, Shazam this song” command. This has been long expected by users of Android Wear and they’ll be finally relieved to find it on their wearable. Much like any other Android Wear app, users...

The latest in the Game of Thrones series for Android is hitting the Google Play Store on the 28th of May according to the developers, Telltale Games. This particular episode will be available as an in-app purchase for the first episode of Game of Thrones (link below), which is how the developers have been adding new episodes. Obviously, Episode 4 : Sons of Winter won’t come free and you will be required to shell out $4.99 for it. But if you’re an avid fan of the series and are curious to know what happens next and where the...

The Sony SmartWatch 3 wearable is one of the better looking Android Wear devices available in the market, although its water resistance has been said to be sub-par. If you’re not worried much about that aspect of the wearable and would like to get your hands on the smartwatch anyways, you can do so on the cheap courtesy of a deal over at Amazon. The smartwatch which usually retails for about $299.99 has received a discount of $105 with Amazon offering the wearable for just $194.99. This comes across as an excellent value for a wearable...

LG and AT&T have jointly released the G Pad F tablet, which is one of the first in the market to come with a full sized USB port, letting you transfer data between an external device and the tablet seamlessly. You can get the tablet from AT&T under its $0 down payment plan where you will have to shell out $12.50 per month for a period of 20 months, translating to a price of $250. If you’re looking to get the device on contract though, you will only have to shell out $149.99 up front. The tablet will be available for purchase...