Best Mobile Games for Android: 2015

It’s hard to believe 2015 is coming to a close in the next couple of months—it was a landmark year for mobile gaming. With Samsung Galaxies and Apples brewing up a whirlwind of innovation, some of the best mobile processors for gaming emerged and made their way into our beloved mobile devices, giving way to a huge boom in mobile gaming. The industry will have generated $30 billion in revenue by the end of the year, indicating no signs of slowing down. Therefore, if you have an Android, you may want to get in the know of the best mobile games in 2015.

1. Angry Birds
If it’s not too soon to dub a mobile game title a classic, then Angry Birds would be it. It’s been here from the start when mobile games on smartphones really began to emerge. The mobile game staple, one that’s entertaining for all walks of humankind, now has so many different iterations you’ll want to play them all. Get after the original theme, sling-shot-ing the Angry Birds into various fortresses or spice it up even more with the newer Star Wars edition, light sabers included.

2. Modern Combat 5: Blackout
For the gamers that aren’t fully ready to let go over the old-school console life, Modern Combat 5 will quench their thirst on the mobile devices. Players shoot each other on screen in 3D, which gives users one of the most immersive experiences. This is one of the top games to get that real in-action feel virtually, without adding to the real-life gun control debate in the outside world.

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3. Tiki Taka Soccer
With Android mobile screens getting bigger and gaining more accuracy in touch functionality, it’s time to play the game made for today’s latest and greatest tablets, phablets and smartphones. Tiki Taka Soccer is the first mobile soccer game with a control system designed to perfectly fit touchscreen control. You can use your finger to guide clutch goals and make the ball flow with ease. So if American football doesn’t interest you this fall, you have a go-to alternative option to play a game of the other fútbol.

4. Two Dots
Two Dots is one of the best game choices for those looking to pick up an addicting hobby during the work commute on the train. There’s something about connecting colorful dots that is so simple yet so appealing, it just makes sense—and that’s what this game does. Even the minimalistic design seems to still engage players for endless periods of time, stimulating the brain, but not to a point where it feels like work, because you can save that brain power, for well, when you get to actual work.

5. You Must Build A Boat
When was the last time you actually built something? Can’t remember? No worries, because now you can build a boat right on your Android screen. You Must Build A Boat lets you take charge by building a boat, gathering a crew and battling random monsters at sea. Sounds pretty entertaining right? You’ll be playing for hours, on a boat!

What would 2015 be without mobile games in it? It’s hard to imagine life without vivid visual and engaging entertainment right in the palm of your hand. These top picks for the year will keep you mobile gaming for the win, for two thousand fifteen... and beyond!

[Rumor] Samsung might use Magnesium alloy to make Galaxy S7 lighter and stronger

A new rumor out of Samsung's home country of South Korea claims to give us an idea of the material that will be used in the upcoming Galaxy S7. This is based on samples that are already in development. Unlike the Galaxy S6, which uses an aluminum frame, the company's next flagship will allegedly be coming with a magnesium alloy construction. More importantly this will be a unibody design, marking a departure from the Galaxy S6, in which only the frame is metallic, with the back being made of glass. The S7 would thus be Samsung's first fully metal flagship device ever.

Samsung Galaxy S7 design and battery life

The magnesium alloy was apparently chosen because of how light it is while still remaining strong and durable. Magnesium is said to be 2.8 times stronger than aluminum while weighing 65% less. Magnesium also gets less hot than aluminum, which is a feature that's of great use in the mobile world, where chipsets and displays generate quite a lot of heat. For instance, the iPhone 6s unveiled last week is manufactured from 7000-series aluminum, which is the same material Apple used in the creation of the Watch Sport. This type of aluminum is much more resilient and less vulnerable to bending.

Stay tuned as we expect to learn more about the Samsung Galaxy S7 in the coming months ahead. Speculators believe the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 release date could be as early as Feb. 2016, coinciding with the World Mobile Congress, which takes place Feb. 22 to 25, 2016.

Hello Apple: Huawei is ahead with Force Touch in Mate S

Focusing on touch technologies, the now-third largest smartphone supplier Huawei has unveiled its new 5.5-inch handset at IFA in Berlin. With a design similar to last year's Mate 7, the Mate S introduces a sleeker design with a diamond-cut metal unibody and "2.5D" Gorilla Glass with curved edges. The phone packs a 5.5-inch 1080p display with 1.8M:1 contrast ratio. What's more, Huawei has beaten Apple to the punch by implementing Force Touch technology in the screen, allowing the phone to know how hard you're pressing on the glass.

Huawei announces a new Android phone with a Force Touch-inspired pressure-sensitive screen

Along with the Force Touch-like screen, buyers can expect a Kirin 935 chipset with a quad-core 2.2GHz and quad-core 1.5GHz processor, a Mali-T628 MP4 GPU, 13 Megapixel shooter, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of on board flash storage, and two SIM slots. The Mate S also features an all metal design with chamfered edges and a slim profile. At the bottom of the device surrounding the microUSB port are dual speakers. Android 5.1.1 Lollipop comes pre-installed on this device with Huawei’s Emotion UI 3.1 on top of it. The Huawei Mate S measures 149.8 x 75.3 x 7.2mm, while it weighs 156 grams.

One of the major features of the Huawei Mate S is how well it manages data. The handset has two SIM slots, allowing the device to seamlessly transition between LTE connections. It supports up to 13 major LTE bands in the United States, Europe, and Asia.

Pre-orders begin on September 15 and will cost consumers €649 for the 32GB model or €699 for the 64GB handset. There will also be a force-touch enabled 128GB model, but similar to Samsung’s tendencies, it will be announced at a later date.

Moto X Style release is near, competition is roaring around

The Moto X series is one the sweetest Android phones over the year for its features packed price conscious nature. Building on the success of last two generation of Moto X handset his year Motorola's doing something a little different for its top-end Moto X series. Instead of releasing one handset, Motorola's launching two models dubbed the Moto X Play and Moto X Style, and it's hoping these two smartphones will offer the same premium features as the 2nd Gen Moto X at a price that's much kinder to your wallet.

Following the trend of larger screen sizes, it seems Motorola has taken this trend to its logical conclusion by cramming a 5.7” display into the phone, which really places this squarely in the phablet space rather than smartphone space despite the 76% screen to body ratio. The design has also been refreshed for this year to distinguish this device from the previous Moto X if size wasn’t enough of a differentiator.

Where can i buy unlocked Moto X Style?

This new Moto smartphone has a 21-megapixel image sensor and comes with the best in class camera. It has a 1.8GHz hexa-core Snapdragon processor, 3GB of RAM, 3,000mAh battery, up to 64GB of built-in storage as well as microSD expansion, and a new water-repellent coating.

The Moto X Style will be available in September, and will be offered on Motomaker. A Pure Edition that works on all 4 US carriers will be offered for sale unlocked in the US as well. The standard colors will be white and black, with options for customization via Motomaker for leather, wood, and silicone finishes. The price will start $400 for the Pure Edition.

Sony unveils world's first 4K display phone, Xperia Z5 Premium

At IFA 2015 in Berlin, Sony revealed another addition to the Xperia Z5 lineup, the Z5 Premium. The most notable feature of the Z5 Premium is its display; Sony claims it is the very first 4K display on a smartphone. With size of 5.5 inches a resolution of 3840 x 2160, this is the highest resolution seen on a smartphone so far. The pixel density is over 800 ppi as well, unprecedented for a smartphone. The Z5 Premium has some other nice features, including a fingerprint scanner, waterproof coating, and front facing speakers. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 processor powers the device, along with 3GB of RAM, and the smartphone will come with Android 5.1 Lollipop as well.

The Sony Xperia Z5 Premium boasts a new fingerprint sensor built into a redesigned power button on the side of the device. There's a Snapdragon 810 64-bit processor and 3GB of RAM powering the device. The 4K phone also has a powerful 3,430 mAh battery that can support up to two days of usage on a single charge. It also packs in a fingerprint sensor.

Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Feature and specifications

The Xperia Z5 Premium also houses a 23MP primary camera with 1/2.3 Exmor RS, which is leaps ahead those of rival handsets such as the Galaxy S6, iPhone 6 and LG G4. Not only is the sensor powerful. The device's camera also has incredible focusing prowess—only 0.03 seconds of autofocus, which is faster than the blink of a human eye. The device also has a 5MP camera for selfie lovers.The smartphone also supports 4K video recording, clear image zoom, and digital zoom, Pulse LED Flash, and SteadyShot with Intelligent Active Mode instead of OIS, which is better for videos.

The Xperia Z5 Premium will be available in three hues—chrome, gold and black—and will hit shelves in November this year. The pricing of the smartphone is not known currently but it will retail in both single SIM and dual SIM variants. While having the world's first 4K smartphone display sounds great, many have been left wondering if users can even tell a difference in display quality at around ten inches, and it seems as though it is a hard distinction to make for most.

Sony Xperia Z5 Premium battery life too poor?

Samsung unveils Galaxy Note 5 in Bangladesh for 69,900 taka

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 is one heck of a smartphone, but buying it outright will cost you a pretty penny. And since it just recently came to market, it might be some time before we see the phone get a reasonable price tag. But if your are not worried about the price than i have some good news for you. People in Bangladesh can now pre order Galaxy note 5 for a hefty price of 69,900 taka or $905. For the Grameenphone users, Samsung is offering many exclusive gifts and discounts with every pre-order. Check out the pre order page from here.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 release date, price, specification: How to buy the Note 5

If you know nothing about the Galaxy Note 5 then the next few lines is for you., the Galaxy Note 5 comes with a big 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, an Exynos 7420 processor, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of on-board storage. It also boasts one of the best cameras available on a smartphone to date, and is absolutely great for multitasking, gaming and much more. It runs Android Lollipop 5.1, and features LTE Cat 6 connectivity. There's also the latest dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi with MIMO, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC and a fingerprint scanner.

A non-removable battery is rated at 3000mAh, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 supports sat charging through both wired and wireless chargers. For wireless it supports WPC and PMA.

For photography you'll find 16Mp with optical image stabilisation at the rear, and 5Mp at the front. As with the S6, a double-press of the home button will instantly launch the main camera.

Back-to-School Must Haves for College Students

That old summertime standard "No more pencils, no more books" can just as easily be applied to back-to-school these days, when school shopping lists are packed with gadgets. Tech is now part of almost every student's toolkit, all the way from pre-K to MBA. iPads and Kindles are at the top of the list, as are flash drives and things like the Amazon Fire TV Stick. What else does today's uber connected college student need? Here are just some of the must-haves making the rounds:

A Smarter Notebook
Taking notes by hand is smart. Being able to jot them down with a ballpoint pen and having them appear in your Evernote account is brilliant. The Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebook is a classic Moleskine with a twist. Transfer notes from paper to pixels with Evernote's page camera, then organize, share and access notes from anywhere. Alternatively try Livescribe's Echo smartpen, which records lectures as you write and sends those notes to your phone or tablet.

A Backpack and Battery in One
The Tylt Energi Backpack + Battery has more than 1,450 cubic inches of space divided into dedicated laptop and tablet compartments plus two 1Amp USB ports and a 2.1Amp USB port so your stuff never dies on the fly. How? A rechargeable 10,400mAh battery that packs enough juice to let you charge your devices four times over. Going green and want long walks across the quad to count for something? Try the Bellino G- Tech Solar Backpack instead.

A Little Peace and Quiet
The dorm floor is loud. As is – surprisingly – the library. Cozy cafes have all the ambiance and all the distractions, too. QuietComfort noise cancelling headphones from BOSE can cut through all the noise to make study sessions more productive but the price tag is pretty hefty. Audio-Technica QuietPoint ATH-ANC1 cans, on the other hand, are less than a hundred bucks and almost as effective.

A Workhorse Tablet
As laptops transformed the college experience once upon a time, tablets like the iPad Mini 3 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S are making textbooks obsolete. With one device, it's possible to bang out homework, do research, take notes, read the texts and then chill out after a hard day of making the grade. Considering the huge price difference between some textbooks and their ebook counterparts, the money spent on a new tablet can actually be money saved.

A Modern Traditional Interface
Tablets are everywhere at universities, particularly now that carriers like T-Mobile are giving away free wifi and other freebies like candy. But as easy as it is to Swype, sometimes it just makes more sense to type. That's where add-ons like the Epic Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard come into play. Thiss particular portable keyboard is extra portable because it's nothing more than light projected by a device that's about the size of a match box.

A Backup Plan
Dead gadgets don't have to mean D grades when you take out an insurance policy in the form of an external hard drive. Backing up homework, notes and projects is a no-brainer, and the Seagate Backup Plus Slim is a solid choice because it can be used with your mobile devices. On the other hand, if durability is something you need then check out the LaCie Rugged Mini USB 3.0 – rumor has it that even driving over it with a car won't decimate your data.

A Little Personality
From a MIMOCO character flash drive to Jabra’s Solemate speakers, there are so many ways to personalize a dorm room with tech. Maybe the HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset is just what you need to unwind after class. Or could be that Blue Goldie, the charger cord conquering fish friend for your iPhone, is making your dorm room neater.

Chances are that gadgets are on every college student's back-to-school shopping list, and the first day of class is approaching fast. The suggestions above are guaranteed to make it a great year.

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