Android, Games, Mobile Phones, Robots, Smartphones, Software, Windows

Mech Arena: Robot Showdown

Mech Arena is a fast-paced PvP mech shooter with competitive mayhem for everyone. Choose from dozens of weapons and mechs with special abilities for endless combinations. Fight with friends or compete in a global arena of players, maps, and modes. Take on the world in the most explosive, fun, and chaotic sport the future has… Continue reading Mech Arena: Robot Showdown


Pulse Scroller for LG G Watch R | FaceRepo

Pulse Scroller for LG G Watch R | FaceRepo.

Smartphones, Technology

Why You Don’t Need the iPhone 5, by an iPhone Owner

Can you feel it yet? The slow, subtle build-up in peer pressure. The smug, self-satisfied looks from that guy in the office who pre-ordered the iPhone 5 at midnight. The questions from friends who assume that, because you like tech, you’re probably getting one. The calculations you catch yourself making, wondering if you could actually… Continue reading Why You Don’t Need the iPhone 5, by an iPhone Owner

Smartphones, Technology

Now It’s Leaked, I Don’t Want The iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 is set to sell like gangbusters. Every analyst on the planet has already voiced his or her opinion on the phone’s expected sales during the first month, heck, even during the life of the product. That’s great; I hope consumers dive all over it and get what they want. But I don’t want the iPhone 5.… Continue reading Now It’s Leaked, I Don’t Want The iPhone 5

Android, Apps, Smartphones

Google Sound Search

Android Jelly Bean comes with a Google widget that lets you find the name of a song you're listening to. Just like Shazam or SoundHound, except that the widget links to Google Play, so you can quickly buy the song if you're in the US... See it in action at this link: Google Sound Search.

Android, Apps, Mobile Phones, Smartphones, Software

Google introduces “My Android Apps”

  Google has just introduced “My Android Apps” to their Google Play Store, where this particular segment lets you check out an entire list of smartphones, tablets, and other devices that are connected to your account. Basically, whenever you tap on any one of those icons, you will be able to pull up a list… Continue reading Google introduces “My Android Apps”