[Download] Google Now Launcher from Android 6.0 Marshmallow

We’re all pretty excited for #Android #Marshmallow and the suite of features that it’s supposed to bring to the table. Some developers have now managed to snatch the Google Now launcher from this yet to be commercially released operating system, giving us early access to the launcher. Unfortunately, the vertical scrolling app drawer isn’t available with this

QHD wallpaper from the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 up for grabs

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 expected to be announced next week, a new leak has uncovered the stock wallpaper from the phablet ahead of schedule. As is usually the case with Samsung wallpapers, this one too is filled with colors to properly illustrate the gorgeous 2K resolution display that’s on offer with the phablet.

URL Shortener

Unofficial Google URL Shortener app hits the Play Store

Google’s URL shortening site known as goo.gl is quite a nifty tool to shorten massive links within the web. This URL shortener has now made its way to Android thanks to developer Thomas Devaux. The app is available as a free download in the Google Play Store now with a very nifty user interface and the ability

Android 4.4 launcher

Android 4.4 launcher now available for download

After the launch of Android 4.4 last afternoon, it was only a matter of time until developers made their way inside the ROM and made it public for all. As a result of that, we now have the full launcher of Android 4.4 leaking out as an APK file along with Google Now and Google Play

Apple releases iOS 7 beta 2, adds iPad support

Apple, as expected, has just released iOS 7 beta 2 to developers. This comes exactly two weeks after the initial iOS 7 beta 1 release at WWDC. The new beta update also brings iPad support, something that wasn’t initially released with the first iOS 7 beta. The update is available via an OTA update if

Feds Shut Down Mega Upload

Despite the mass protest by the collective internet on Wednesday, feds moved in and shut down mega upload one of the largest file sharing websites in the world on Thursday. The indictment unsealed this morning accuses Megaupload.com of costing copyright holders over $500 million dollars in lost revenue. More after the break