While the LG G3 is yet to officially launch around the world, we’re already hearing of a possible successor to the smartphone or perhaps a slightly upgraded variant. Bluetooth SIG has revealed the existence of a device bearing the model number LG-F460S. Considering a previous leak with the model number LG-F460L, it goes without saying that this is a carrier variant of the same device. What’s interesting about the previously leaked smartphone however is the fact that it was shown to be featuring a Snapdragon 805 chipset...

Mad Cats is releasing a software update to its M.O.J.O. Android gaming console that brings in several new features such as 4K UHD support, Ouya app, and root access. It also brings in improved compatibility with the Google Play Store as well as other app stores making consumers access a wide variety of apps and games. Ouya App Just recently Ouya and Mad Catz partnered together to bring Ouya games to the M.O.J.O. Consumers will be able to access a library of more than a hundred games that works perfectly with the M.O.J.O. gamepad. Some...

The recently launched camera oriented Samsung Galaxy K Zoom is now available via eBay for a meager $449.99, which is easily the best price for this camera-smartphone hybrid. The retailer specifies that the device is available in limited stocks and might run out soon, so we suggest you hurry if you’re considering a purchase. Although the device is known for its powerful 20.7-megapixel camera sensor, the rest of the specs sheet isn’t all that bad either. The handset packs a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED 720p display, a six core Exynos...

We don’t often see devices get a jump to a software version four times higher than what they were launched with, but with the PadFone 2, we might be seeing a welcome exception. ASUS has started rolling out an update to Android 4.4 for its second-generation PadFone, bumping its software from Android 4.1 to the latest currently available (not counting the Android L developer preview out for Nexus devices.)  ...

Update 1 At 5 PM EDT T-Mobile has responded to the FTC’s claims on their website, saying they see the report as “unfounded and without merit.” T-Mobile CEO John Legere says that of T-Mobile, “we believe that customers should only pay for what they want and what they sign up for.” John Legere does say that “not all of these third party providers acted responsibly — an issue the entire industry faced”, but continues to say that “the FTC’s lawsuit seeking to hold T-Mobile responsible...

The Google Play Music All Access service is quite a neat offering as it provides users unlimited access to music across various devices. However, the naming has been short of innovative and struggles to roll off our tongues well. And it is now believed that Google is looking to make a change by simply calling it Google Play unlimited music subscription. We’re not sure if that’s making it less complicated, but it’s certainly getting the point across much better. By removing the All Access moniker and calling it the...

There has been talk about the Google Play Edition Galaxy S5 launching soon, although we haven’t seen it materialize yet. However, it seems like the device might not be far away with a new leak giving us a glimpse of the smartphone yet again. This new revelation is made by Evleaks, which has always been a reliable source with leaks. The smartphone passed through Bluetooth certification and also made a brief appearance on the Play Store a few months ago before eventually being taken down. So we know that the smartphone exists, although...

Although quite late in the day, the T-Mobile version of the LG G2 is now getting the much awaited Knock Code update. This is LG’s security feature which allows users to unlock their device with a series of taps. The AT&T model of the smartphone received the update not too long ago, so it was only a matter of time until the T-Mobile model got it too. Since this is Android 4.4.2, users will be able to see performance improvements and some bug fixes on board as well. In addition to waiting for the OTA update to arrive on your device,...