Oct 9th - LastPass users may be worried about a potential price hike, but folks on the Netflix train have to actually deal with one in the here and now. Netflix has announced that they’ll be raising the price of their most popular plan by $1.
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The Samsung Galaxy S6 is the company's follow-up to 2014's Galaxy S5. The device is Samsung's first flagship handset that adopts a new metal-focused design language akin to the Galaxy A series. It...Read More
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is the 2015 rendition of Samsung's Note series. It features a 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 display, S-Pen, a 16 megapixel camera on the rear, 5 megapixel camera on the front, 4GB...Read More
Oppo might not be a well-known name outside of it’s home market of China, but that doesn’t mean that the company’s mobile products should be overlooked. Oppo continuously pushes smartphone design boundaries along with new innovative features across their product line every year and the Oppo R5 is no exception.Read More
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge offers everything we love about the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with the addition of curved AMOLED technology that creates a unique secondary display. It takes some getting used to, but the phone’s Edge display offers a novel experience that subtly enhances usability without sacrificing performance.Read More
Nexus devices represent Android as a whole and in theory pack everything that Google has to offer, acting as somewhat as a reference device for the Android ecosystem. With the launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop the device set to tackle the daunting task of showcasing Google’s ‘sweetest’ update to date is none other than Motorola made Nexus 6.Read More
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Oct 9th - If you’re an LG G4 owner, you’ve no doubt come across your fair share of issues with the device. We’re not saying the phone is bad, because it’s not. It’s our daily driver. But there are weird little issues like the touch screen missing the occasional tap or other general weirdness.
Oct 9th - Whether stores have taken initiative to introduce NFC payments on their own or they need Apple’s influence to convince them, it’s always nice to see more hopping on board. Apple today announced that they’ve signed deals with KFC, Chili’s and Starbucks to bring Apple Pay to their stores, which means Android Pay will be supported, as well.
Oct 9th - LastPass fans, sit down. We have something to tell you: LogMeIn has purchased LastPass. The former gets you into your computer from remote connections. The latter helps generate and store secure passwords for easy logins at your favorite sites and services.
Oct 9th - Getflix allows users from all over the world to easily access global video and music streaming services. The massive list of supported services include Netflix, HBO GO, hulu, Amazon, Crackle, and many more.
Oct 9th - It’s almost a given that Samsung will look to load their best devices up with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but the company hasn’t come out with exact plans to make that happen. Well, we won’t have to wait for their word to get an idea as SamMobile has uncovered a full list of devices which will receive the update.
Oct 9th - Buckle up. This week we’ve got a lot of Microsoft stuff to talk about. We also talk about the Marshmallow OTA roll-out, Facebook’s new “reactions,” Verizon’s stupid “go90” app, and much more.
Oct 9th - We’re not sure what it is, but Motorola’s sending out a soak test to this year’s Moto X Pure Edition. They’re currently sending out surveys to test participants who want to opt-in to receive the soak test update.
Oct 9th - OnePlus promised we’d get a 1 hour sales event after they were slow to get invites for the phone rolling out, and they’ve followed through with details on that. We now know it’ll happen October 12th. We might even hear about the OnePlus X on that date.
Oct 8th - We only just barely left the honeymoon stage with our Samsung Galaxy S6 and already rumors of a Samsung Galaxy S7 are looming. Turns out, we could be seeing 3 variants of the phone launching early next year, each featuring a different processor.
Oct 8th - It’s not like they’re going to run out, but if you hurry, you can download a handful of popular Chillingo/EA games for only 10¢ on the Google Play Store