Microsoft Wants You To Store And Manage Your Photos On OneDrive

 When Dropbox introduced Carousel, it made a bid to be the home for all your photos. Microsoft wants to make a similar pitch. Today, the company outlined new ways to import, manage and share your photos on OneDrive, its cloud storage platform. Aga…


TC Droidcast Episode 34: HTC One M9 – More Of The Same?

droidcast-banner-34 This week we look at the rumoured new HTC One M9 (or whatever it’ll be called, HTC’s newest flagship) which we’ll get our first look at on March 1. These first spy shots seem to indicate it’ll be similar to last year’s M8, but is that good enough to make it one of the best Android phones of 2015? In other news, we take another look at the Amazon Fire Phone, six… Read More


YotaPhone 2 Review: Two Screens Are Indeed Better Than One

yotaphone-2-1 Yota Devices is a Russian company that entered the mental space of tech enthusiasts everywhere with the debut of the original YotaPhone a couple of years ago. In 2014, it launched the YotaPhone 2, a second-generation smartphone that greatly improved on the original concept. The YotaPhone 2 is a surprisingly capable, well-equipped Android smartphone – which happens to also have the… Read More


Google To Launch Project Ara Market Pilot In Puerto Rico Later This Year

 Today Google announced that it will launch its modular smartphone, known as Project Ara, with a limited market pilot in the US territory of Puerto Rico later this year. Read More


Imint Wants To Bring Real-Time Video Stabilization To Android

Screenshot 2015-01-09 at 16.48.55 We saw a number of companies launch apps for video stabilization in the last year — including Instagram’s Hyperlapse for iOS — and Apple brought stabilized video to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus camera. Now,  Imint wants to do something similar for Android phones with the launch of Vidhance Mobile. Before you get too excited, though, it’s worth noting that Imint… Read More


Razer Unveils Its $100 Android-Powered Gaming Console, Razer Forge TV

Gadgets_Razer_Forge_TV_Pic Earlier this year, high-end gaming tech company Razer announced at Google I/O that it would be soon be making its first foray into Android-based gaming consoles. Today at CES, that device made its public debut. The Razer Forge TV is a micro-console, 4×4 inches and selling for $100, and Razer hopes it will give the company three new routes into your living room: as a platform for… Read More


OnePlus Joins The Forked Android Club With Its Own Version Of Google’s Mobile OS

 Smartphone maker OnePlus pledged to develop its own software after partner Cyanogen did the dirty on it with an exclusive distribution with Micromax in India, and it began the year releasing its own forked version of Android. Read More


TC Droidcast Episode 32: Year In Review… Chickichuuu!

droidcast-banner-32 This week’s all about 2014, the year that was. We’re on the way into the holidays, but we wanted to take one last look at the hits of the past year in Android, including Lollipop, the HTC One M8, the OnePlus One and the LG G3, to name just a few. We also highlight our favorite apps, and identify some of the broader trends that impacted Google’s mobile OS in 2014. Apps we call… Read More