A new LG tablet has been spotted at the FCC sporting Category 4 or Cat.4 LTE support. Interestingly, this mystery tablet also seems to be carrying Sprint’s network frequencies, indicating that the device could launch through the carrier subsequently. LTE bands 25, 26 and 41 are supported by Sprint, so it’s pretty easy to connect the dots from there. The tablet is revealed to be packing the model number LK430, which doesn’t ring a bell unfortunately. This is pretty much all we know about the tablet, but we hope to stumble...

The Adobe Lightroom mobile app is now available on the Google Play Store. Lightroom mobile was previously limited to iOS devices, but has finally made its way to Android as well. The app brings most of the features from the desktop version of Lightroom, but designed specifically to work on Android. You can edit images directly from the Camera Roll or Gallery, so you can practically edit almost any picture on your device. You can also edit or modify content in RAW format, but since this feature is hardware driven, not everybody will...

Google Maps on Android has finally received a new update which lets you share navigation details with friends or family, which is a very nifty addition to the application. The feature makes its way to Android devices with the version 9.3 update, so keep an eye out for an update notification. The feature is very simple to access and users can send directions in text form (probably via email) which will contain a link to open on a web browser. Apart from this neat feature, Maps for Android also enables the ability to permanently ignore...

Along with the Mi Note, Xiaomi has also taken the wraps off the Mi Note Pro smartphone packing a high end specs sheet which could take on even the most powerful devices in the market today. The smartphone isn’t expected to break cover until later this year though, so for the time being the focus will be on the Mi Note. The Mi Note Pro is Xiaomi’s first handset to pack a Quad HD 2K resolution display, which in a 5.7 inch panel produces a pixel density of 515 ppi. It also comes with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 810 64-bit...

Xiaomi has just taken the wraps off its flagship phablet, the Mi Note. This will directly compete with the Apple iPhone 6 Plus as the company repeatedly hinted during the announcement. It is important to understand that the Mi Note is in no way related to the Redmi Note, which is Xiaomi’s midrange offering. The smartphone comes with a 5.7 inch 1080p display, a 13-megapixel camera on the back with an f/2.0 aperture size and a 4-megapixel front camera with a 2-micron pixel size for great self shot pictures. The Mi Note also packs...

Welcome to the 58th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Even if this phone was released in the early part of 2013 running on Jelly Bean it is still a very capable and popular model. Early this year Samsung plans to release the Lollipop update for this phone which should breathe new life to it. Despite having great specs this phone is just like any other model in the market in a way that it also has its fair share of issues. This is where we come in as we try to provide helpful tips on how...

A new leak has revealed the existence of the HTC Hima Ace Plus flagship. The smartphone is supposedly a larger version of the Hima, probably sharing most of the internals barring the display. If the rumors are true, the HTC Hima Ace Plus should be packing a 5.5 inch 2K resolution display, a Snapdragon 810 SoC, 20-megapixel camera on the back, a 4-megapixel front facing Ultrapixel camera, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a 3,000 mAh battery and Android 5.0 Lollipop with Sense 7.0 UI. The original HTC Hima is expected to pack most...

Google has just brought the Google Classroom app to the Play Store, letting Android users get in on the fun. The app basically allows teachers and students to interact with each other similar to how an actual classroom works, but directly through the app. Teachers and students are marked with their Google account and can share or submit important content like homework or assignments right through the app. Schools can use Google Classroom for free and the app isn’t marred with ads either, which is a commendable move by Google. Teachers...