BlackBerry’s Motion phone with a full touchscreen

After the Blackberry’s recent launch of the keypad supporting KEYone, the all-touchscreen BlackBerry Motion-leaks thanks to the always reliable Evan Blass. BlackBerry was struggling with its own operating system and since then Android has driven their devices, last device featuring BlackBerry OS was Priv in 2015. Can the Motion continue BlackBerry’s momentum after the KEYone? The … Read more

A phone with a Mosquito Repellent attachment

LG introduced its new Asia-exclusive K7i smartphone. It’s a fairly standard budget phone with a 5-inch HD display, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and an unspecified quad-core processor. It’s even running Android Marshmallow with no public plans of updating to Nougat or Oreo. The new device does have one unique feature, though: built-in, mosquito-repelling ultrasonic … Read more

Gmail got a very important feature

Every so often, Google will add a clever, exciting new feature to one of its apps or services that we wonder how we ever lived without. Google introduced a feature so essential that it should have been there from the beginning. In this new feature, Google made it so that phone numbers, physical addresses, and … Read more

How Oreo is better than Nougat

Any new software or OS update should be “better” than its older version. And while sadly this isn’t always the case it is generally true. So, as you would expect, Android 8.0 Oreo is better than Android 7.0 Nougat, but how exactly is it better? The improvements come in two categories: new features and changes. In both of these categories … Read more

Google reportedly investing in or buying HTC

Bye Bye HTC !! Thanks to a weakest monthly revenue report in 13 years have left HTC’s stock reeling. August earnings came in at just over US$100 million, an annual decline of 54 percent. Markets weren’t expecting such a collapse.  HTC is in a position of exasperation as there’s been talk of the potential sale of its Vive VR … Read more


Is your Android device suddenly slow, using too much data, or showing corrupted data? You could have downloaded an infected app that came along with malware. Suspect apps (often promising free work software, cheat codes, new games, porn, or money) are an increasingly common method of getting viruses onto your mobile devices, where they wreak … Read more