Nikon’s new $350 camera runs Android, doubles as a media

Nikon is giving Android-powered cameras a second go, only this time they have added a slightly more modern version of Android and a 3.5mm jack to create an all-in-one experience. For the average […] View post: Nikon’s new $350 camera runs Android,... 

Samsung Galaxy S5 Download Booster stripped from Verizon,

US carriers are back to doing what they do best – removing features from phones that might actually use the data you pay for. In previous versions of Android, several US carriers saw […] See the original post:  Samsung Galaxy S5 Download... 

The Ubuntu smartphone actually looks pretty great

It has been a long time since Canonical announced the Ubuntu Edge smartphone campaign on Indiegogo. It raised an incredible $12 million dollars, but — equally incredible — it still fell around $20 […] View post: The Ubuntu smartphone... 

Twitter acquires maker of the Android lock-screen app Cove

The popular lock-screen replacement app for Android Cover has been acquired by Twitter. We’re not sure what they’ll do with the app, and can only hope it won’t be cancelled along the way. Heck, I would imagine Twitter would want to... 

T-Mobile BlackBerry Customers: Upgrade to A Samsung Device

T-Mobile is now offering existing customers who own a BlackBerry device up to $200 back when they upgrade to a Samsung device. It’s a pretty enticing deal, and one that could net you some saving if you want to grab that shiny new Samsung Galaxy... 

iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 all destroyed for

Now that HTC released the HTC One M8 and the Galaxy S5 is only a handful of days away, a full generation of top-notch phones will be available to the market. They’ll be […] More here: iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 all destroyed... 

Netflix vs. Hulu Plus: Who best fits your video streaming

Among all of the streaming services out there, Netflix and Hulu are among the best. But how to choose between them? Geek.com is here to help. Original post:  Netflix vs. Hulu Plus: Who best fits your video streaming needs?  Read More →

Moto X sequel on the way, replacing wood back with leather

It’s just about time for Motorola to release a successor to its incredibly cool but not particularly successful flagship smartphone. It’s apparently going to be called the Moto X+1, and like its predecessor […] Read the original post: Moto... 

Huey app creates ambient lighting with Philips Hue bulbs

Microsoft may not be ready to sell us an Illumiroom setup, but the team at Rockaway Labs has made it possible to enjoy some fun ambient lighting with just a Hue bulb and […] See more here: Huey app creates ambient lighting with Philips Hue bulbs  Read More →

How the Galaxy S5 Ultra Power Saving mode works

Update 4/8/14: We’ve got our hands on a Galaxy S5 now so we’ve been testing the device and trying out Ultra Power Saving mode. The video below explains all the basics you need to […] Excerpt from: How the Galaxy S5 Ultra Power Saving... 

5 upcoming Android phones that are worth waiting for

Maybe you aren’t smitten with today’s superphones or you have a suspicion that the perfect phone is just around the corner. Here’s a list of the most intriguing upcoming Android phones. Read the original here: 5 upcoming Android phones that... 

Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch torn down, found to be repairabl

Samsung moved on from the original Galaxy Gear smart watch rather quickly, announcing the Gear 2 at Mobile World Congress in February. The Gear 2 doesn’t run Android, but it’s based on similar […] Go here to read the rest:  Samsung... 

Nikon’s new $350 camera runs Android, doubles as a media

Nikon is giving Android-powered cameras a second go, only this time they have added a slightly more modern version of Android and a 3.5mm jack to create an all-in-one experience. For the average […] See the rest here: Nikon’s new $350 camera runs... 

New French law forbids reading work emails after 6pm

Update: Looks as though The Guardian’s reporting of this new law was more than a little off, as is nicely summarized over on BuzzFeed. The agreement (not law) is only actually targeted at […] See the original post here:  New French law forbids... 

Google’s Glass Explorer program might open up to the who

While still miles away from a consumer release, it looks like Google is planning to open the doors to anyone in the US who would like to be a part of the Glass […] Read the original: Google’s Glass Explorer program might open up to the whole US...