Posts Tagged Android

Dell Announces the Venue 10 7000


Today Dell announced the Venue 10 7000, which sports a razor-thin profile and sleek, futuristic design and the same design aesthetics as the Venue 8 7000, the tablet that was named the "Best of Innovation Honoree" at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show.

The Venue 10 7000 is designed to look …

MEGATech Reviews: Samsung Galaxy S6


Well, this is it. Even though Samsung continues to be the biggest dog in the Android smartphone yard, sales of last year's Galaxy S5 trended downwards compared to previous generations. The company knew it had to do something dramatic to turn the tides back in their favor. And that's how …

Unlocked Asus ZenFone 2 Coming to Canada Too


For a while there, the average Canadian consumer had never heard of the Asus brand. Maybe the PC DIY enthusiasts were familiar with their motherboards. With the dawn of the age of the netbook, Asus started to establish a name for itself in the consumer market. This expanded with tablets …

SongArc is Now Available on iOS and Android


While rhythm gaming is poised to make a huge comeback on consoles with the impending release of Rock Band 4, it's been alive on well on mobile devices for some time now thanks to games like SongArc. SongArc has been a popular app on Windows Phone and today it's finally …

Twitter for Android Gets In-App Browser Too


You've probably noticed a change in the Facebook app on your Android phone. It was once the case that if you clicked on a link that one of your friends shared, you'd be redirected to your phone's default browser (or to Chrome). That changed, opening those links in a mobile …

NVIDIA Announces The Shield Android TV Gaming Console


First there was the NVIDIA Shield. And then came the NVIDIA Shield. And now, at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, NVIDIA has announced their newest device: the NVIDIA Shield. That's not confusing at all.

I kid, of course, but NVIDIA's propensity to call everything The Shield is a …

Mortal Kombat X Mobile Is Free to Play


I may not be particularly good at them, but I've been a huge fan of the fighting game genre ever since Street Fighter II back in the early 1990s. I dug into Virtua Fighter, Dead or Alive, Tekken, Killer Instinct and even Clay Fighter, but one of the biggest rivals …

MEGATech Reviews - ZTE Grand X Plus (Fido)


When is good enough actually good enough? Considering that many of us upgrade our smartphones every couple of years, if not sooner, it almost feels wasteful to spend upwards of $800 on a device that practically becomes obsolete the moment we buy it. And in the case of smartphones, is …