The LG G Watch R is rolling out globally with the North American markets still waiting to get it. Although we don’t have a precise launch date for the smartwatch yet, American carrier AT&T has already promised to offer the smartwatch when it is made available. With the European launch commencing shortly, the U.S. shouldn’t be far away. The G Watch R is essentially a better looking and improved version of the G Watch which was only launched back in June. Sporting a circular design, the smartwatch will compete directly...

About a year ago, Samsung launched the second iteration of the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet sporting a meaty Quad HD display and flagship level hardware. The company’s website has now revealed the existence of a 2015 model of the tablet in descriptions for Samsung WatchON and a couple of other pages. Although the tablet hasn’t exactly been officially shown anywhere, it’s safe to assume that a successor to last year’s Galaxy Note 10.1 is on its way. Hardware wise, we can expect the company to make the switch to the Snapdragon...

We’re all quite aware of T-Mobile’s aggressive Uncarrier promotions which have been very favorable towards the consumers. And testament to its success, is the carrier’s third quarter earnings report which has revealed the addition of a record number of customers. The carrier claims to have added 1.4 million branded postpaid customers and 411,000 prepaid subscribers during the third quarter, marking the biggest growth in company history. Needless to say, the carrier is expecting to finish 2014 on a high with the holiday...

The excitement around the Galaxy Note 4 is yet to die down, but as we’ve known for some time, Samsung has been preparing to launch three new metallic smartphones sometime later this year. One of those devices is the Galaxy A5, and while we’ve already seen quite a few leaked details, we’re getting an even clearer look at the A5’s specifications, images and pricing thanks to a Kazakhistani retailer. ...

Welcome to the 32nd part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. We have already answered more than a hundred questions sent to us by our readers regarding this particular model and it looks like we will be answering hundreds more as more and more emails arrive. For those who don’t know yet we are offering a service where we try to help our readers resolve the most common issues that they are facing with their mobile devices. If you own a Galaxy Note 2 or any other Android device for that matter...

The rumored Motorola Droid Turbo has appeared again. This time, it’s in what appears to be a viral ad with actor James Franco. He’s being recorded by fans while riding a bike, before pulling out a red variant of the device. The device is only there for a quick second, but since James Franco himself tweeted out the ad with the hashtags “ad” and “droid”, the Turbo has to be close to a launch date. Me on a bike … even their camera can’t keep up #ad #Droid #FrancoFast http://t.co/SzQzWw1YFX —...

With some manufacturers like HTC now having dedicated update pages, Motorola has launched one of their own for Lollipop. Many devices from the past two years are going to get updates, according to the website. This list includes: The 1st gen Moto X The 2nd gen Moto X The 1st gen Moto G, Including the LTE variant The 2nd gen Moto G The Moto E The Droid Ultra The Droid Mini The Droid Maxx   Once you select where you got your device from, that’s unfortunately it for now. But hopefully, as Motorola starts soak tests with...

Welcome to the 43rd part of our longest running series that tackles with Samsung Galaxy S3 problems, error messages, glitches and questions sent by our readers. We’ve addressed more than 500 problems in this site so if you have issues with your phone, it is more likely we’ve already written something about them. Browse through our Samsung Galaxy S3 Troubleshooting page to find issues related to yours. Try the troubleshooting procedures and solutions we provided first and if they didn’t work, do not hesitate to email...