Forge TV, Razer’s Android TV-powered set-top box, is now up for pre-order on Amazon. Priced at $150, your Forge TV should ship on or by May 1. Introduced at this year’s CES a few months ago, the Forge TV features a Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor, Adreno 420 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, Bluetooth 4.1 + HS, USB 3.0, HDMI output, and gigabit ethernet. (more…)
A new Humble Bundle has been posted, allowing you the opportunity to pay what you want for a few awesome titles. The first section of Humble Bundle 11 includes the games Bounden, Auro, and Avernum: Escape From the Pit.
The way Bundles work is, you can choose which portion of the proceeds goes to the developers, and what goes to charity. This Bundle’s charities include Electronic Frontier Foundation and World Land Trust. (more…)
Not even 6 months after its release onto T-Mobile, the carrier has decided to pull the Sony-made Xperia Z3 from its smartphone lineup. Originally going up for sale on October 29, there is no explanation from T-Mobile as to why this move was made, but it is entirely possible they just weren’t selling enough. (more…)
This week was a busy one here at DL, as we now have the HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy S6, and Galaxy S6 Edge in our possession. We did unboxing and hands-on tours for each phone, and will be working very hard over the weekend and early next week to get our full reviews up before the official April 10 launch dates.
Beyond new phones, which we always love, news this week centered around Lollipop updates for various phones, HTC’s announcement of the One M8s, LG’s announcement of a new 5.5″ QHD panel that will come in the G4, the Metallica discography hitting Google Play, and plenty more.
To catch up on the best Android news of the past week, we have a collection of stories for you below. (more…)
On Monday, we asked you to send in questions for Volume 28 of the DL Q&A Sessions. We received a ton of great questions, but have narrowed them down to just a few which our team has tackled.
This week, it seems that our readers want to know if any OEM can catch up to Samsung’s Galaxy S6 lineup, and if Motorola will ever step up their camera game. In addition, we answer what our favorite streaming device is, which budget tablet shoppers should consider, and what artist we find ourselves listening to the most lately.
Let’s get to it. (more…)
Folks who utilize Google Photo’s auto backup will begin to see new Stories pop up directly through Google Now. To explain, if you take enough photos at any given time, Google will throw those photos into a Story, then put music and effects to it. Moving forward, these Stories will appear in Google Now for easy access, where as before, you would receive a notification through the Google Photos app. (more…)