Taco Bell introduces mobile ordering from new Android app
Taco Bell’s marketing department should be proud of itself. It’s not easy to establish your company as authentically cool, but it sure seems like Taco Bell is pulling it off. One of the ways Taco Bell is staying ahead of the curve is by utilizing technology in fun and convenient ways. It has some of ... Read More »Read more
OnePlus set to hold second pre-order event on November 17
OnePlus‘ recent pre-order event for the OnePlus One didn’t quite go as the company had planned. While OnePlus was able to sell “tens of thousands” of devices during the pre-order event, it could have sold more if it weren’t for site errors that plagued users attempting to order ... Read More »Read more
Tylt VU SOLO wireless charger review
Wireless charging, and more specifically the Qi standard, is finally gaining steam. Tylt has released the VU SOLO wireless charger, which sports a more traditional design compared to the standard VU but has some innovative features of its own. With wireless chargers like the Nexus Wireless Charger on ... Read More »Read more
The FTC is suing AT&T over data throttling, AT&T is fighting back
Data throttling is an undeniably frustrating tool in network management, especially when implemented with “unlimited” data plans. Carriers can promise you unlimited data and keep that promise but control your data intake only making the first 1-10GBs of that data anywhere near usable. After that, throttling kicks in and you’re stuck sub-Edge speeds. The Read More »Read more
Google Fit app arrives in the Play Store
Remember Google Fit? Google officially announced Fit at its I/O developer conference in June, detailing the APIs that developers could use to track a user’s fitness. Fast forward four months and we can finally give Fit a try for ourselves.
Google Fit is now available for download in Google Play. The ... Read More »Read more
Android 5.0 Lollipop is “the biggest (security) update for Android to date”
The Android team took to their blog today to highlight new security features found in Android 5.0 Lollipop and as the headline says to tout the leaps and bounds taken with security in Lollipop.
Keep it on lock down
Their first recommendation, and one that we heartily agree with, is that everyone should ... Read More »Read more
Motorola Droid Turbo hands-on impressions
The Motorola Droid Turbo is an impressive device. Its spec sheet puts the Turbo on the same playing field at the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, LG G3, Sony Xperia Z3 and the upcoming Motorola Nexus 6. However, the phone’s design and choice of construction materials are questionable ... Read More »Read more
Verizon’s Motorola Droid Turbo unveiled
It turns out that the rumors about the Motorola Droid Turbo were true. The Droid Turbo has been unveiled, featuring an impressive spec sheet that puts many of this year’s flagship Android smartphones to shame.
The phone comes with two different material finishes (ballistic nylon and metalized fiber), a 5.2-inch 1440 x 2560 QHD ... Read More »Read more
Fleksy getting version 3.3 update, going on sale to celebrate
Verizon enlists James Franco to promote DROID Turbo in strange teaser