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Why The LG G Flex 2 Should Be Your Next Smartphone

Despite the unflattering comparisons with a banana, LG is sticking with the curve. The original LG G flex, for all of its problems, built up a bit of a cult following. And the soon-to-be released LG G Flex 2 is, well, what the original should’ve been – the updated speed, design and display will be …

Phones

Rovio’s new puzzler Jolly Jam makes its way to the Play Store

Rovio, the creators of the popular Angry Birds series, have just released a new puzzle game called Jolly Jam to the Google Play Store. The premise is similar to that of Candy Crush, where you’re given a grid of candies, or in this case ‘jellies’, to connect together to eliminate them from the …

Google Play

Samsung Releases Galaxy S6 Teasers That Appear To Confirm Metal Design And Curved Displays

Samsung has recently posted two teasers for its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6. One teaser is a 45-second video on YouTube and the other is a profile photo on Instagram. Both of the teasers appear to confirm some of the rumored Galaxy S6 specifications.<p>The profile photo of the Samsung …

Phones

New 'Pokkén Tournament' Trailer Covers The Combat System

At the recent Japan Amusement Expo I was able to have a good play of the upcoming arcade game, Pokkén Tournament. It was surprisingly good, mainly due to its varied and involved game system. Now you can see for yourself how the game works, as Bandai Namco have released a game system trailer.<p>The …

Pokémon

YouTube to release kids app next week

(Reuters) - YouTube is releasing a new app for children next week, called YouTube Kids, which will run on smartphones and tablets and focus on kid-appropriate content.<p>People are silhouetted as they pose with mobile devices in front of a screen projected with a Youtube logo, in this picture …

Wall Street