Galaxy Note 3 owners on AT&T, your moment is finally here: your Lollipop update should be just a few clicks away.
You may have already been prompted to update your device, in which case just hit the notification and it should guide you through the download and install process quickly and easily. As the update is ... Read More »
Amazon is sending out a fairly major update for the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. The update includes multiple new features, not the least of which is USB storage support. This allows a user to expand the storage on the Fire TV (not the Fire TV Stick) by ... Read More »
Most of you are probably familiar with OpenTable, the service that allows you to book reservations at restaurants without the hassle of calling or dealing with questionable restaurant websites. A little more than a year ago they added the ability to pay for your meal and avoid waiting for the bill or taking out your credit ... Read More »
Android 5.0 Lollipop continues its rollout, and another Samsung-branded smartphone is the latest addition to the ranks.
On Tuesday, March 24, AT&T confirmed that its variant of the Galaxy Note 4 will begin receiving the over the air (OTA) update of Android 5.0 today. The update itself weighs in at just over 1GB, so Galaxy ... Read More »
MetroPCS has launched a brand new unlimited plan that aims to offer as much as possible for its subscribers, while still undercutting the competition’s prices.
On Tuesday, March 24, MetroPCS unveiled its brand new $30 unlimited plan that includes unlimited talk, text and data every month. The new plan also includes 1GB of 4G data ... Read More »
Following Sharp’s release of the slim-bezeled Aquos Crystal last year, it looks like another Android device maker is going to try its hand at making a nearly bezel-free phone.
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If you registered for the annual developer event for all things Google last week then you should check your inbox to see if you’ve already gotten the green light as some developers have already received their invites.
Fear not if your inbox is still lacking in Google I/O invites, they are ... Read More »
T-Mobile has quietly added three new services to Music Freedom. Music Freedom has been one of T-Mobile’s most popular (and controversial) Uncarrier moves, allowing customers to stream music without impacting their monthly data allotment through select services. Over ... Read More »
The first gen Moto X launched with an innovative way to quickly open the camera: rotate the phone in your hand twice, no matter what state the phone is in, and the camera turns on. I loved this feature when I had a Moto X, and now Motorola is bringing another gesture to its second ... Read More »
When Google shut down the Glass Explorer program back in January, many speculated that it was the end of the face-mounted wearable. Glass gained fame quickly, with many wanting to drop serious money to own it. But the fame also sparked controversy and privacy concerns from those worried about being recorded ... Read More »