The Motorola Droid Turbo from Verizon is expected to break cover sometime soon. And as we prepare to welcome the latest Droid offering in the U.S., we’re getting access to some juicy details about the smartphone. If a new leaked image is to be believed, the battery on this device (EQ40) will be a whopping 3,900 mAh unit, bigger than any smartphone in the market today. Living true to its Turbo name, it seems like Motorola finally has a real successor to the Droid Maxx from last year. This could be accompanied by the 5.2 inch Quad...

The Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone will finally hit Boost Mobile starting today. Sprint customers will have to wait until next Friday on the 17th of October to get this unique smartphone from Sharp. Interested customers can get it through Boost Mobile directly starting today for $149.99 off contract or head over to the nearest Best Buy outlet and purchase it via Sprint Prepaid for the same amount. Postpaid customers on Sprint can only get it after October 17 and can opt to buy the smartphone in 24 monthly installments of $10 each. But...

We don’t have to wait long to get a glimpse of the HTC Nexus 9, as we all know by now. A new report is now indicating that the tablet could be unveiled as soon as October 15 which is this coming Wednesday. The price of the tablet is pegged at $399, which is not unexpected given the hardware it is expected to pack. This makes complete sense given Google’s transition from budget tablets to premium line of tablets so as to aggressively take on the Apple iPads. However as with any rumor, we have to take this report with a pinch...

As we near the launch of Android L, we’re seeing Google update most of its core apps with Material Design elements. One of Android’s most important apps, the Play Store is now getting this all important update. Although the current iteration of Play Store already has plenty of Material Design features, Google has bumped it up with this new version 5.0.31 update. Users can expect an all-round change in the UI, with the app icon getting a lot flatter as well. The coloring has been changed which are now visibly bright and striking....

Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 4, is now available for purchase in the U.S. courtesy of Amazon. This is the imported version of the smartphone, which means it’s unlocked and lacks warranty. So be prepared to shell out big should your device get damaged sometime. Pricing has been set at $854.88, which is understandable for an unlocked smartphone of this caliber. This particular variant of the Galaxy Note 4 comes with the Exynos 5433 octa core chipset, so there’s no Snapdragon 805 goodness on board here. But...

Welcome to the 8th installment in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the HTC One M8. It has been more than a week since we published the last part and since then we have received several emails from our readers concerning this device.  In this part we will be troubleshooting the latest issues that have been sent to us. If you own an M8 or any other Android device for that matter and have questions or issues regarding your device then feel free to send us an email at [email protected] We will be more than happy...

It was barely a secret that Verizon plans to launch the Sony Xperia Z3 on its retail shelves. Today, the Japanese manufacturer has officially confirmed its intentions to bring the smartphone to Verizon Wireless under the Xperia Z3v moniker. The smartphone will be exclusive to the carrier in the region. Customers will be able to buy the newest Sony flagship from Verizon outlets starting October 23. Pricing has been set at $199.99 with a two year contract, which is fairly decent for a flagship offering. Verizon is also offering a $200...

Samsung has just announced its very own extended warranty plan for its flagship smartphones and phablets, calling it the Samsung Protection Plus Mobile Elite. This warranty plan includes a one time fee and will replace cracked screens or devices with water damages for a maximum of three times during the warranty period. This plan essentially increases the warranty period from one year to two, giving users double the coverage at a nominal cost. Currently, it is applicable to the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5 as well as the Galaxy Note 3 and...