Find the best Android apps and games, as well as tutorials about how to best customize and use your Android smartphone, tablet, or other device.
If you still haven’t played the mobile game Duet, you should. It’s a rare gem – simultaneously easy to learn and infuriatingly difficult to complete.
Wouldn’t it be easier to play a first person shooter if you were actually holding the gun? Or are such enhancements largely redundant in an age when mobile gaming can stand on its own.
Want a safe way to use your Android smartphone while driving? These car mode apps make it easy.
iPhone and iPad
You may have heard the terms GSM and CDMA thrown around before in a conversation about cell phones, but what do they really mean?
Rumors are swirling that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could have a retina or iris scanner built-in. Sounds like a science fiction movie, but these kinds of personalized locking mechanisms aren’t always perfect.
Disneyland is huge, and you’re most likely going to be walking all day. Make your life a little bit easier with these free apps.
There are a whole host of Android utilities that can be used by Raspberry Pi owners to make life easier, including a couple that are custom designed.
Whether you want to respond to texts using your computer’s keyboard or use your tablet as a second screen for research, this setup feels like magic when it’s working.
There are plenty of Mario copycat games on Android for platformer fans, but are they any good? Let’s find out.
You may have heard about Android L and Material Design, but what exactly is this new design philosophy and how will it affect Android and other Google products?
Unlocking your cellphone is now legal in the United States thanks to a bipartisan bill signed into law by President Obama, but it only lasts until 2015. Care to learn more about the legality of unlocking?
Need to find the time to exercise? These apps can help you with only a few minutes of your day.