Looking to snag a deal on an Android-powered set-top box? Best Buy is the place to be today. The company has put Google’s Nexus Player on sale for just $49.99, 50% off of the regular asking price of $99. As one of the first devices to run Android TV, the Nexus ... Read More »
Phone lease programs are all the rage in the US market nowadays, with every major carrier offering its own version of the leasing program. Now it looks like Samsung may get in on the action, too.
Samsung is prepping a leasing program for its Galaxy phones in the US, says an “industry executive with knowledge ... Read More »
After months of rumors and speculation, we finally know the date on which we’ll get to see Google’s new Nexus smartphones. Google is sending invitations for an event that’s taking place at 9:00 am PT on September 29. Google says that it’ll show “some new treats” at ... Read More »
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Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ... Read More »
Blackberry has spent a lot of time searching for a new strategy to revive the company. If the flood of recent leaks is to be believed, the company has settled on making an Android device, dubbed the Blackberry Venice. As the star of a huge amount of recent leaks and rumors, the Blackberry ... Read More »
Google has a big event coming up on September 29, and as we draw nearer to the day, more and more rumors have cropped up showing that the Chromecast will have a major role in the announcements. Not only will Read More »
If you’re unfamiliar with the program, Android One is Google’s initiative to bring low-cost smartphones with high quality to select markets. Thus far, the company has mainly focused on developing countries such as India, Thailand and a handful of African countries, as well as others. Now, Android One is expanding into Spain and ... Read More »
In a world with Google, where our searches and Google Docs can be transcribed from our speech, the necessity of typing or physically writing things down is diminishing rapidly. But there are countless situations where writing is still absolutely necessary. We can’t vocally take notes on our phones or computers during a lecture. We can’t always ... Read More »
Google’s rumored September 29 event could be even bigger than originally anticipated.
Sprint is taking T-Mobile head on with Open World, which gives you free or discounted use of your phone when abroad. The service has now added 33 new countries to the list, which give you free texting and discounted phone calls and data.
There are 14 countries with free texting, calling, and 1GB data, including ... Read More »