As a smartphone user, it's likely you've stressed over the size of your data plan. The fear of using too much data and incurring overage charges (or even worse, your parents getting those charges) is probably all too real. When it comes to data plans, size really does matter. Luckily, T-Mobile's latest offer, Smart Fit, has a solution to...

Since its official release on Oct. 15, 2015, more than one in 10 Android lovers have started using the new Android 6.0 operating system known as Marshmallow. Most users are familiar with new features such as Google Now on Tap and Doze, but other sweet additions exist that you might not know. Check out the following five awesome tricks to make...

Google has announced the end of its Nexus line of smartphones and is replacing it with the Pixel line. Many a Nexus lover gasped in shock and horror as the news reached them. After all, the Nexus line is much beloved by Android purists who want to avoid the whole manufacturer overlay experience. Will Pixel have an overlay? Is...

It’s the proverbial question, one that’s plagued couples over the centuries. It’s caused many fights, has led to breakups, and even inspired YouTube videos and memes. The question: “What do you want to eat?” If you find yourself stumped, whether you’re craving everything or nothing at all, pick up your phone and check out the following apps before the...

The Android market is full of cheap tablets. It's enough to make anyone's head spin as they try to navigate the options. While the fact that people have an incredible variety of tablets to select from, and cheap to boot, it's not always the best thing. Android is designed to work with a minimum of processing power, but that...

Android took the smartphone market by storm, and now it's taking over the smartwatch market with AndroidWear. Even watch manufacturers are getting in on the action by putting quality timepieces out that use AndroidWear. What makes an AndroidWear watch so special is the fact that it's more than an extension to the Android phone. It functions on its own and...
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