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Mobile Nations Community Update, November 2015

Mobile Nations Community Update

Hope you had a great November! It’s time again for our Community Update – wherein we take a look at some of the best stuff happening around Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Central.

AT&T to bump price of grandfathered unlimited data plans to $35

According to a new support page on its website, AT&T plans to increase the price of grandfathered unlimited data plans from $ 30 to $ 35 starting in February 2016.

Quick Comparison: BlackBerry Priv versus Nexus 6P

There is no shortage of high-end Android phones in 2015. The BlackBerry Priv and the Nexus 6P are two of them, and they also happen to be the two phones I’ve been using for a little while. We’re going to compare them, and hopefully help you decide which would be better for you.

These two look wildly different, and have completely different ways to deliver the same base experience to us users. They are both also pretty  [Read More…]

LG Urbane 2nd Edition Watch: One of the best Android Wear watches you may never get to own (Review)

The LG Urbane 2nd Edition Watch was an Android Wear watch that sold on the market for less than one week and was pulled off the shelves due to a manufacturing issue with the watch. LG representatives have been rather ambiguous as to what the exact problem is, but nonetheless, I am one of the fortunate/unfortunate few to get my hands on one. And I can tell you AT&T has come calling for me to return this 2nd Edition Urbane  [Read More…]

Google hires engineering manager behind Tesla’s Autopilot feature

Robert Rose, who was previously the engineering manager behind Tesla’s Autopilot feature, has joined Google.

The CardNinja replaces your wallet with your phone (Review)

Our smartphones seem to be slowly and surely replacing our wallets, and with tap-to-pay options like Android Pay becoming more widely used and accepted, carrying a wallet around is becoming less necessary. If you are like me, you love the idea of using your phone to pay for everything, but you are still not comfortable leaving all of your cards and cash at home. For me, there are not enough places where I live that accept wireless payments so I  [Read More…]

Save an extra 15 percent on the Huawei Watch at Target

Target has the Huawei Watch starting at $ 299, a $ 50 savings, and with coupon code CYBER15 you can save an extra 15 percent on the watch. The retailer is selling a number of configurations for the watch, from the basic stainless steel face and leather band to the black stainless with black stainless link band.

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Sign up now for an instant Project Fi invite and $80 off the Nexus 5X

Today is the last day you can sign up to receive an instant Project Fi invite and save $ 80 on the Nexus 5x. That’s right, if you’ve been wanting to try out Project Fi, Google’s invite-only cellular service, you won’t want to miss out on this chance to skip the line.

Nyrius Smart Bulb review: The best value for a smart bulb

If you’re looking for a way to make your home “smarter” this holiday season, look no further than Nyrius’s smart bulb option, the Wireless Smart LED Multicolor Light Bulb. Unlike most of its competitors, this smart bulb sells for $ 29.99, and does everything you need it to


The Nyrius smart bulb allows for Bluetooth connection between the bulb itself and any Android device 4.3 and up (except Android 6.0, I’ll mention this later) and iOS devices. Upon twisting  [Read More…]

Apple Music coming to Sonos in beta on December 15

Sonos has announced that Apple Music will arrive for the speaker system on December 15, 2015, which is just over two weeks from now. However, Apple Music will still be in beta on Sonos at that time, so there will still be fine-tuning taking place once the service rolls out.