NBC is giving Android users another way to watch the Super Bowl this year, cable subscription or not. On February 1, the day of the Super Bowl, NBC will be hosting Super Stream Sunday with 11 hours of Super Bowl coverage — including the game itself — through the tablet version of the Read More »
The most recent rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S6 peg the device as being powered by an Exynos 7420 processor, not a Snapdragon 810 like similar high-end devices slated for unveiling or release around the same time as Samsung’s latest flagship. According to a report out of Bloomberg today, that’s because Samsung can’t ... Read More »
If you prefer doing away with contracts and doing the whole prepaid wireless plan thing, MetroPCS is one of your best bets in the U.S. Operating on T-Mobile‘s networks, MetroPCS offers simple plans without any strings attached. And starting today, those plans are getting even better.
MetroPCS has announced today that all ... Read More »
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The highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S6 will reportedly launch on March 2 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The news comes as part of a report from Korean site, The Chosun Ilbo, and lines up with past release dates of Galaxy S phones. In 2014, Samsung Read More »
Acer is launching two new Chromebooks aimed at educational settings, particularly high schools. The Chromebook C910 is a 15.6-inch Chromebook with a display resolution of 1920×1080 or 1366×768, depending on the configuration. Two Intel processor options are available, including a 5th-gen Intel Core i3-50005U processor or next-gen Intel Celeron 3205U Broadwell processor. Customers ... Read More »
“What did we ever do before we had these around?” my wife asked.
Well, a while ago we used to be Samsung people. My wife and I were huge fans of the Samsung Galaxy series of phones and took full advantage of the replaceable batteries. We had spare batteries with external chargers, and it was great. ... Read More »
If you’re sharing photos online, there’s a good chance you’re using Instagram at least part of the time to do so. If you are, and you like being at the forefront of updates and features, then we’ve got some good news for you. Starting today, Instagram is opening a beta program for Android users ... Read More »
Wearables are quickly becoming popular, and a large draw of these new devices is health. Not only do they track the basics like heart rate and walking distance, but they now suggest ways to better yourself and create plans for you. You can even input caloric intake and a lot more. Health apps are ... Read More »
Ever since Facebook killed off the messaging portion of the mobile app (at least for the most part), people have been forced to move to Facebook Messenger. And I never understood why that was a bad thing, as the Messenger app is pretty decent. Yeah, it’s just another app cluttering your phone, but ... Read More »
If a Twitter account known as @leaksfly is right, we now have some interesting information on what Qualcomm has in the works for the next year. According to a post from the @leaksfly Twitter account, which was just started earlier this year, Qualcomm has six new processors in the making, including the flagship Read More »