BLU has made quite the name for itself over the years by introducing plenty of low to mid-range Android devices that pack worthwhile specifications into a package that’s not too hard on the wallet. That trend continues with the company’s latest smartphone.
BLU has just introduced the Pure XL, a smartphone that boasts a Super AMOLED ... Read More »
For those that like to keep tabs on Android’s distribution, the Android Developers blog is more than happy to oblige by offering regular updates on that front. To help encapsulate the trend of Lollipop’s adoption, Google’s latest distribution numbers show Android 5.0 and 5.1′s steady growth.
The latest results show devices that checked into the ... Read More »
Information has been pretty sparse about Android Pay, especially its release date. We’ve been waiting for a while now, and it might come within two weeks. Verizon claims that the service will be launching on the 16th of September.
Other companies have had dates for the launch of Android Pay before, and they’ve been wrong, ... Read More »
Google Translate is the best translator you can find for free (or maybe in general). On Chrome for computers, you can automatically translate foreign languages without having to go to the website, which is easy and intuitive. Unfortunately, on Android you’re stuck copying and pasting text into the Translate app, which requires quite a few ... Read More »
Like another company that shall not be named, Samsung kept its last iteration of smart wearables locked to its own ecosystem. So while owners of an HTC, Motorola, or LG smartphone may have wanted to use one of Samsung’s non-Android Wear wearables, it simply wasn’t in the cards.
Hulu has had a paid subscription option for quite some time now, but for those that have paid to get their TV shows (and some movies) accessible on-demand, advertisements may have still been a point of contention for that monthly cost.
That’s changing, though, as Hulu has just announced a brand new subscription plan for ... Read More »
The second-generation Moto 360 from Motorola wasn’t the best-kept secret to date, but it also wasn’t the worst, either. We’d seen it out in the wild already, and Motorola even managed to leak a render of the wearable even before they officially announced it. But, an announcement is right around the corner.
Amazon knows how to sell a product, especially when it comes to their own, and a Prime subscription is certainly no different. Prime subscribers already have tons of extra goodies they can look forward to versus the regular shopper that peruses Amazon’s digital store shelves, like free two-day shipping and a plethora of movies and ... Read More »
A week ago, Samsung launched its “Ultimate Test Drive,” a bold attempt to try and win over iPhone owners by letting them try out Samsung’s latest flagships, including the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+, for one month just for one dollar. That’s already a nice deal, but Samsung has decided to go ahead and ... Read More »