New apps need lovin’ too, right? Every day there are thousands of additions to the Google Play Store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve. We’ve shown in the past that this community can discover great apps and propel them to new heights. Our weekly Fresh Meat column highlights new apps ... Read More »
Verizon, the carrier who has long worked to put an end to unlimited data, has just made the decision to cancel its network “optimization” plans that would include throttling for heavy unlimited 4G LTE data users when the network is congested. Read More »
One of Google’s most important announcements for all of 2014 has been the introduction of Android One. Android One is Google’s attempt at reaching the next billion consumers to go mobile. To do this, Google is choosing the hardware for Android One devices, taking care of the software and giving carriers just enough ... Read More »
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Google seems to always have some trouble with releasing factory images for devices. Quite a few images have been delayed for weeks or even months, while others get them immediately. Luckily, most people will have no need for them, but those who do were out of luck.
This was the situation with the Read More »
Late last week AT&T announced that it would be offering double the normal data allowance on its Mobile Share plans for customers who sign up before October 31. Today, both Sprint and Verizon are fighting back with similar offers of their own.
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LG’s new G3 may not be the newest or oldest flagship device on the market, but that’s not slowing them down any. The manufacturer has just announced a brand new mid-range device that shares quite a few similarities with its high-end cousin.
Announced on Wednesday, October 1, the F60 is LG’s newest mid-range device that’s ... Read More »
We already know that Android L will include new app user interfaces and fresh navigation buttons, but it looks like it’ll offer some refreshed status bar icons as well.
Some new Android L status bar icons and navigation buttons have been discovered by Read More »
The Moto 360 has been quite popular, and as a result, it’s been hard to find in stock anywhere. Luckily, Motorola sent a tweet today to inform everyone that the Moto 360 is back in stock on its website! Of course, with demand being high, they might disappear at any time, so get ... Read More »
Students that use Google Apps for Education are in for a treat. Google is now rolling out a new set of features for Google Apps for Education that includes a new unlimited storage plan for Google Drive. Yes, the only limit you’ll have to deal with is a 5TB size limit per file.
All students that ... Read More »