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E3 Games Coming To Android

With E3, the ever-popular gaming convention where all the big names in games entertainment announce their upcoming games and hardware, finally over – it’s time to go back and look at the upcoming titles for the Android platform. There was a surprising amount of focus on mobile platforms at this year’s E3, and that translates…

Android M Revealed, New Features + Details

As everyone expected, the new version of Android was revealed at last week’s Google I/O developer conference. While the final release is still a few months away, expecting a release before the third quarter, the details and new features of the upcoming Android update are already known, and it’s fair to say that there are…

Apple Music Coming To Android

It had been suspected for quite some time now that Apple was working on some sort of music streaming service for its platform. It all started with the purchase of Beats, the ever-popular audio products company, which had its own streaming service already up and running. Now, Apple has unveiled their new service, Apple Music,…

Cortana is Coming to Android

Microsoft has revealed that they are working on getting their Cortana voice assistant to work on Android and iOS. Cortana is basically Microsoft’s version of the Google Now voice assistant, and it has already been a feature on Windows Phone devices for a while now. Reviewers have singled out the Cortana voice service as one…

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

Samsung has for a very long time placed their bets on a diversified device strategy: along with their main devices such as the Galaxy S line, which are all-purpose consumer devices, Samsung has also traditionally offered the Note line, for businesses and power-users, and the Active line, for fans of the outdoors that need a…

Google Introduces Handwriting Input for Android

With the recent trend of decoupling the native Google apps away from the Android OS and into the Play Store, Google has given access to a bevy of apps to regular users, that were previously¬†exclusive to the Nexus line or required a particular device. Now, most apps are found and updated through the Play Store,…

Cyanogen Announces Partnership With Microsoft

Cyanogen, the amazing grass-roots effort that went from a single individual modding the venerable HTC Dream all the way back in 2009 to the corporation that we have nowadays, maintaining hundreds of Android devices with customized and up-to-date versions of Android, has announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft. What does this mean for CyanogenMod users,…