Amit Kalra

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50+ Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Tips & Tricks

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is a beast of a phone. It can do a ton of amazing things, but most of the best features aren’t obvious on the surface. We …

Apps

LG Rolly wireless keyboard folds into a stick you can fit in any pocket

The mobile accessory market is booming and LG sure doesn’t want to stay at the bench. The Korean manufacturer has been hard at work and today they are announcing one of the most interesting wireless keyboards we have seen in a while. The LG Rolly is a pretty awesome contraption with a mechanism …

Gear & Gadgets

Nexus 5 review

In this review of the Nexus 5, I will attempt to answer one simple question: is Google capable of making a flagship, best-in-class smartphone it can sell for $349 off-contract? And I don't just mean a nice, okay, swell, good, decent, better-than-the-last-one phone. I mean a phone that stacks up …

Quickly organize your storage space with Redirect File Organizer

Prolonged usage can turn the storage space of any Android device into a hodgepodge of folders and subfolders, making it hard to keep track of your files and wasting precious space.<p>A new app called Redirect File Organizer can help. The app lets you redirect files based on criteria you define. For …

Tizen takes aim at Android’s open-source heart, signs on 36 new partners

Samsung may be the top Android device manufacturer in the world, with the South Korean conglomerate being the only Android OEM to boast incredible sales and profit numbers, year after year, quarter after quarter. Even with this level of success, it has become increasingly evident over the the past …

Google Play

Android 4.4 KitKat review: designed by Google, for Google

In 2011, Google introduced Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich," which took some of the design direction it had begun on tablets and moved it to phones. In the intervening two years, we've only seen "point" updates for the platform: some subtle refinements and a few big new features, but never a big …

The 40 Must-Have Android Apps for the Power User

For the longest time, Android was an operating system that eschewed visual flair in favour of giving flexibility and power to the user, and since third party developers took their cues from the OS itself, their apps tended to be complex and unabashedly ugly.<p>Somewhere along the way, right around the …