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  1. Fortnite Android Beta Coming Today Only Exclusive To Samsung Devices

    Epic Games' wildly popular battle royale title, Fortnite, is getting a beta release on Android on August 9, however, this will initially be exclusive to Samsung devices. As detailed by CNET, Fortnite will be available to download on Samsung Galaxy S7 phones and above, which means the S7, S7 Edge, S8, S8 Plus, Note 8, S9, S9 Plus.
  2. Fortnite Ditches Android’s Google Play Store

    Fortnite’s upcoming launch on Android devices will bypass the Google Play store and will instead be offered directly to players through Epic Games’ own website and app.
  3. Samsung’s amazing Gear 3 smartwatch now has an official iOS app

    It’s been a long-time coming, and long rumored, but it’s finally here: Today Samsung pushed live its iOS app for the company’s high-end Gear S2 and S3 smartwatches. The Samsung Gear S app delivers support, tracking for the watch as well as the ability to download and install watch faces and apps directly from the Gear store.
  4. 10 Million Android Devices Infected with New Malware

    2016 has been a crazy year for malware. Our devices have been plagued with viruses ranging from little colds such as adware all the way to the influenza-like ransomware. The flavor of choice over the past few months for android users has been an aggressive form of malware nicknamed "Hummingbad".
  5. OnePlus 3 Released

    Yesterday, smartphone company OnePlus released their new flagship device, the OnePlus 3. OnePlus is known for striving towards making affordable and easy to use smartphone devices that include all of the typical features you would find on any other flagship smartphone, but at a lower price, so let's take a look at what they have for us this time.
  6. Rumor OnePlus 3 Listed Online

    OnePlus is back at it again with another alleged flagship killer for 2016. A listing went up online that showed off some of the alleged specs that the OnePlus 3 will be boasting when/if it is released. Continue reading to learn more.
  7. 2 New Mid-Range Blackberry Smartphones Set to Launch in 2016

    BlackBerry continues to make moves in the Smartphone industry following the moderate success of the BlackBerry Priv, the first BlackBerry device to be running Android. This time however, they plan on launching a few mid tier phones. Continue reading to learn more.
  8. BlueStacks 2 Announced

    BlueStacks 2 has been released! Experience all of your Android gaming needs on your PC by using the BlueStacks to emulate Android. If you would like to learn more about the different changes, features and improvements that BlueStacks 2 brings then feel free to read more.
  9. OnePlus 2 Going Invite-Free

    Are you in the market for a new phone? Would you like a solid phone but you'd rather avoid paying hefty amounts of cash? Well if that's the case then the OnePlus 2 may just be the phone for you! Continue reading to learn more.
  10. Google Play Games Receiving Recording Feature Update

    With the introduction of "on-device live streaming" in the YouTube Gaming mobile application, Google has proved that they want to get more involved with mobile gaming.
  11. BlackBerry's First Android-based Phone Goes Up for Pre-Order

    As of today, BlackBerry has officially started taking orders for the BlackBerry Priv; an Android based phone with a physical keyboard. Named as the "make or break device" for BlackBerry, the unit starts shipping on November the 6th in the US and Canada, with the United Kingdom reviving the phone at the slightly later date of November 9th.
  12. Next Line of Google Smartphones Leaked

    Google will be holding a special event on the 29th of September to release more information on their next line of smartphones. However, some information on the upcoming devices was leaked and details the hardware specs of phones, as well as some of the upcoming features and even prices. The two smartphones will be quite different from each other and will demonstrate just how far Google's phones have come since their inception.
  13. Certifi-Gate Android Security Vulnerability

    With the number of smartphone purchases and usage increasing every year, hackers are constantly given opportunities to access backdoors into our handheld devices. Recently, there's been a new flaw discovered among Android software that's being dubbed 'Certifi-Gate'. This blemish in the system allows hackers to gain full access of a mobile device completely unbeknownst to the owner.
  14. Samsung Announces the Galaxy S6 & S6 edge

    The wait is finally over. Samsung has finally, officially announced its two new smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge to the world, which are here to replace the Galaxy S5, Samsung’s previous flagship phone. Shown to the public at Mobile World Congress in Spain, the S6 and the S6 Edge certainly have a lot to bring to the table, certainly, more so than the S5. However, while Samsung’s newest offering seems promising, is it enough to atone for the S5’s mistakes? The Samsung Galaxy...
  15. Android 5.0 "Lollipop"

    Earlier this year at Google's I/O conference, developers were able to test out the next version of Google's colorful new UI. Everyone was impressed with how sleek and elegant it was with it's redesigned typography, bright colors, and easy navigation. But after the conference there hadn't been any word on what else to expect from the OS or even given a hint as to what the name might be, until now. Several months have passed and we are finally getting a full introduction into Google's...