Localphone – Cheap International Calls & Texts – $5 Free Credit – Voucher Code LPCDEL14
A Couple of month ago, I was looking for a solution to reduce my international calls and came across a company called Localphone. I had been using SkypeOut and Google Voice which were already really cheap but Localphone to my surprise managed to go even lower and really beats their prices hands down!
Localphone is also offering discounts on a regular basis and [Read More...]
Both the shell and holster in this combo feature a unique texture that enhances grip and adds style to your Samsung Galaxy S5. There’s even a retractable kickstand on the back and access to the camera, ports and buttons. Swivel the holster’s belt clip in any direction that’s most comfortable for you!
The Amzer Shellster with Kickstand is available today for just $ 10.95; 45% off the list price!
There’s been a bit of confusion over the Pure Edition of the new Moto X and the LTE bands it supports. The original specs as supplied by Motorola at the launch event are different what current is listed on Motorola’s product page, and the XT1095 (Pure Edition) and XT1097 (AT&T) models no longer match up on banding.
Here’s how the bands line up, as Motorola lists them today:
XT1095 (Pure Edition): Bands 02, 04, 17 XT1097 [Read More...]
Alcatel Onetouch has announced a trio of budget devices coming to Straight Talk next month: the OneTouch Pop Icon, Pop Mega LTE, and Pop Star LTE. The Mega will go for under $ 250, while the Star and Icon will be available for under $ 150.
LG’s well-loved G3 will be gracing U.S. Cellular shelves next month for as low as $ 0 down on an installment plan. Specifics on pricing beyond that or any set dates aren’t available just yet. Those who go in on the G3 will be eligible for U.S. Cellular’s rewards program, where you earn points towards devices, accessories, events, and other goodies.
Alcatel OneTouch will have three devices heading to Straight Talk soon. The Pop Mega LTE is one of them and we played with it for a bit last night in New York. It features a 6-inch qHD display, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, a long-lasting 3400mAh battery, 8-megapixel camera, and supports 4G LTE. Go watch our hands-on video!
Cat Phones has announced their S50 model earlier this month. It’s a rugged LTE smartphone designed specifically to be used outdoors and in challenging environments. It’s waterproof, scratch-resistant, dustproof and can withstand more than just a few bumps and scrapes. We first played with the Cat S50 at IFA, but we met with them again last night to have a closer look. Watch our hands-on video.
The good folks at Pebble today are kicking things up a notch with a new software update that allows for full activity tracking and sleep monitoring for all Pebble watches. No longer will you need your Pebble on one wrist and a fitness band on the other — Pebble now does it all. Today, Pebble is announcing new health and fitness apps from Misfit, Jawbone, and Swim.com that allow you to take advantage of the new [Read More...]
A new feature has just launched for Google’s social networking service Google+ that allows you to restrict your posts based on your audience’s age or location. This way, you can set filters for the content you create to make sure it’s not viewable by children, or that you can share your Google+ posts to your peers without the peering eyes of parents. Businesses can also use the new feature to restrict content based on where they [Read More...]
The internet is hungry for new information and leaked photos of Google’s upcoming Motorola-made Nexus smartphone. Because of this, it’s very likely that someone would have the unfortunate dishonesty to put up fake photos of said phone. Be that as it may, it’s not like we haven’t seen leaked photo’s of smartphones before, even Google’s. So, take this new information with [Read More...]
At Google I/O 2014, one of the things announced was Android Auto, coming to various cars by the end of this year. It looks great, allowing users to access functions from their smartphones through a sort of portal on their car dashboards. Almost like Android Wear, where the “apps” are actually extensions of functions from the actual app on your smartphone, but stretched out and [Read More...]