New apps need lovin’ too, right? Every day there are thousands of additions to the Google Play store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve. We’ve shown in the past that this community can discover great apps and propel them to new heights. Our weekly Fresh Meat column highlights new apps with ... Read More »
The Sprint countdown has run down, revealing a new promotion that promises to cut your bill in half and give you up to $650 to cover your termination fees if you switch to Sprint from AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile. Sprint’s new promotion starts on November 20 and runs through January 6 of ... Read More »
After successfully testing out lower paid app minimums in India earlier this year, Google has informed developers that they can now lower the price of paid apps in 17 additional markets. While it sounds a bit crazy, app developers have been asking Google to lower paid app minimums for quite some time. The lower app ... Read More »
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While Motorola already offers a series of options in terms of customization for its Moto-branded devices, for those that might want to get their hands on a “limited design” from a noteworthy designer, an option is finally arriving in the near future.
Motorola has just announced a trio of new designs for the Moto X ... Read More »
Not digging the look of the HTC One A9? If you live in Taiwan, you’ll soon have the option of buying a phone that looks identical to HTC’s flagship One M9, but is equipped with the same 13-megapixel sensor and OIS setup as the HTC One A9. The new HTC One M9(s) ... Read More »
Google+ is now getting a full redesign across the web, Android, and iOS. The redesign looks pretty much the same across all platforms and is meant to put the two main features of the service at the front: Communities and Collections.
It seems that Google realizes that people don’t use Google+ as a regular social ... Read More »
If you’re into Android at all, there’s no doubt you’ve heard of Pushbullet. It’s a program that connects your phone to your computer to your tablet, whatever you like. You can use it to send texts from your computer via your phone, check notifications, and a lot more.
Pushbullet has now announced a Pro version, ... Read More »
Wireless charging is a great technology (that I miss so much ever since I switched to the Moto X Pure Edition), allowing you to charge without dealing with cables or worn out USB ports. Just place your phone on a wireless charging surface and you’re good to go. Unfortunately, using your phone means stopping wireless ... Read More »
One of the strengths of Google Photos is the ability to access unlimited cloud storage for “high quality” photos, and videos as well. Unfortunately, devices don’t have unlimited storage, so Google is hoping to make it easier to free up some space on devices that might be running low.
With the new “Free Up Space” ... Read More »
A few weeks back, we reviewed Lumoid, a try-before-you-buy service for wearables, drones and photography equipment. We came out of it impressed with the excellent experience and the opportunity that Lumoid provided. Today, Lumoid is launching a new branch of service, Lumoid Listen. ... Read More »