In a community post, Nextbit has published a quick post on what the future holds for the Robin and how Nextbit will place a focus on ... Read More »
In light of graduations taking place all over the United States, a deal recently cropped up that would allow people to get a 64GB Moto X Pure Edition and a Moto 360 Sport for only $399, a savings of $350. That deal took the use of a couple coupon codes, but Motorola ... Read More »
The Nextbit Robin has been the focus of quite a few sales recently, dropping the price by as much as $100 in most instances. Now Nextbit itself is getting in on the fun.
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The Honor 5C was officially revealed in China not too long ago, but now the metal smartphone is finally making the jump over to Europe.
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Just a few days ago, OnePlus officially announced the OnePlus 3, the latest flagship to enter the market. On that day the company confirmed that the handset would be available in two colors: Soft Gold and Graphite.
However, those who went to buy the OnePlus 3 later in the day quickly discovered ... Read More »
In the early part of May, Verizon launched the 2016 Galaxy J3, but only for its prepaid customers. For anyone wants a relatively cheap entry point to Android 6.0.1 and is a postpaid Verizon subscriber, there’s a new variant to choose from.
Verizon and Samsung have officially launched the J3 V, which is set with ... Read More »
Ever since Google on Tap made its debut, updates with new additions to the software have been few-and-far-between, but it looks like Android 6.0 users should start to expect some new elements.
An updated version of the service is now beginning to roll out, which features a few key changes. First and foremost, there is ... Read More »