Need a great Bluetooth headset? The LG Tone+ features enhances bass response and audio quality with built-in Apt-X technology. A battery life of over 15 hours talk time ensures you’re able to stay wireless all day. Comfortable and convenient, at just $ 48.50 (Prime eligible), the LG Tone is a wise choice for anybody in the market for a Bluetooth headset.
If the HTC One M8 is too rich for your blood on Sprint, its plastic-bodied sibling with half the storage is now available from the pin drop network. Meant for Asia and Eastern Europe, the HTC One E8 is now available in the USA, but just through Sprint. The E8 brings nearly the same specs and experience as the M8, though in a less expensive form.
AT&T has announced a new promotion, offering a $ 100 bill credit to customers when they activate a live with a smartphone on AT&T Next. The offer has been run before, and is extended to both new and current customers. The promotion runs through September 30, 2014.
Samsung took to the streets of New York City to see who favors the Samsung Galaxy Tab S over Apple’s iPad Air. Since this is an advertisement from Samsung, for Samsung, it comes as no surprise that everyone in New York appears to be a huge Galaxy Tab S fan. But one can’t help but think Samsung fell short with its latest attempt to draw consumers aware from Apple’s stronghold.
If you missed the news last night, the LG G Watch R is official, and we’ve got everything you need to know on the look, the specs, the price and … well, everything we know! Which mainly is specs and pictures, because pricing and exact availability is on the down low for a little while still. But, damn, this thing’s a looker.
Part of the “One account, all of Google” thing we wrote about recently is that it brings all of your services and data together on your android device once you log in.
But sometimes, you don’t need all of your accounts on all of your apps. Such as Google+. I have a professional account (well, professional-looking account, anyway), and all I do with it is apply for jobs. I don’t need it in [Read More...]
Nokia today announced that the company had partnered with Samsung to bring its maps and location platform services to Tizen-powered wearables and Android smartphones. It marks a significant step forward for HERE, moving on from its exclusivity period on Windows-based platforms, though only those with Samsung hardware will be able to enjoy the Android editions of HERE services (for the time being). The two companies have also entered into a licensing agreement to provide consumers mapping [Read More...]
On the heels of LG announcing the G Watch R, a German press release for the new smartwatch may have let slip as to just how much you can expect to shell out this fall should you want to get your hands on one. According to the release, the G Watch R will retail for a “recommended” price of 299 euros — a full 100 euros over the cost of the G Watch. As always with [Read More...]
Qualcomm used its Twitter account today to issue a teaser message, stating that next week’s IFA trade show in Berlin will feature “a Snapdragon powered multi-core 64-bit smartphone.”
Google Opinion Rewards, the app that lets you answer surveys of varying lengths for small amounts of Google Play credit, has just expanded to the Netherlands. Today’s expansion builds on a somewhat small list of countries that now have access to the app, which is a handy way to build up a few dollars (or your equivalent currency) here and there for a few minutes of your time.