Heads up, Pushbullet-ers, because everyone’s favorite pushing app has been updated today with a major new feature.
The newest Pushbullet update adds Universal Copy & Paste, a feature that’s exactly what it sounds like. The Pushbullet folks explain that UC&P lets users copy a link or text from one device and paste ... Read More »
When people compare between devices, too often they only look at the hardware specs. Processor speeds, megapixel counts and all the rest become the stars of the show and the software is entirely forgotten. While the hardware of a device is important, the software is just as big a deal. On any phone or tablet, ... Read More »
According to SamMobile, Samsung is developing an ultrasonic cover for use with the Galaxy Note 4. It appears that the ultrasonic sensor is not in the phone itself, but rather in a case for the phone. Ultrasonic sensors are a way to help the blind or vision-impaired navigate their ... Read More »
ZTE just announced it’s bringing its nubia 5S mini LTE phone to the US. We first learned about this phone at CES in January of this year and haven’t seen it since. When I first saw the spec list for the nubia 5S mini, I immediately ... Read More »
The LG G Watch was launched at Google I/O of this year back in June, wich was less than two months ago. However, rumors are stating that there might be an LG G Watch 2 announced at IFA Berlin in under a month. An announcement of a new product only three months ... Read More »
Verizon HTC One max users, today’s your lucky day. Available now as an over the air (OTA) update, Big Red’s HTC One max variant is finally being updated to the latest version of HTC’s good looking third-party firmware, Sense 6.0.
The update, which weighs in at 613.5MB and brings your device ... Read More »
Samsung’s “Level” series of audio products is getting a new member today with the introduction of the Level Box mini. Supplementing some headphones and the standard Level Box, the mini is 30 percent slimmer than the standard model and is focused on portability. To achieve this, it’s armed with a 1,600 mAh ... Read More »
As the mid and low-ends of the smartphone market become saturated with well-performing, well-designed and impressively affordable handsets, manufacturers are going to need something to set their products apart from the competition. Sony is taking the durability route with the mid-range, waterproof Xperia M2 Aqua.
Coming with a quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400, ... Read More »
ASUS was named as one of the first partners of Android Wear, yet was not part of the launch. Even Motorola got in on the fun, despite not releasing any hardware until much later. We knew ASUS has something up its sleeve, and today we finally get to see a ... Read More »
Motorola seems really eager to get rid of its remaining stock of the Moto X. We know the phone hasn’t sold all that well, but the constant sales this summer have really given people the chance to pick one up cheap. And we’re not complaining; it’s an absolutely wonderful device and ... Read More »