Pictures so delicious you can almost taste them.
Whether it was just a slow week or this prompt didn’t spark the interest of many people, we’re a little light on entries this week. That’s not to take anything away from the folks who did enter — we still had a full three pages in the forums of great entries of food and cooking. This week we had the chance to [Read More...]
When Samsung first took the wraps off of its new Galaxy Note 3 last year, one of the more notable features of the device was its back cover, which ditched the glossy plastic of its predecessors for a faux leather look. Samsung then used the same leather-like texture on its recently-announced Galaxy S 4 Black Edition, and now a new leak has shown that the South Korean firm has another leather-bound product in its pipeline.
An image shared by @evleaks [Read More...]
HTC have just announced that as of March 31st 2014, HTC will be ceasing their HTC Watch movie sales and rental store.
The service had been slowly closing across a variety of countries including Spain, Italy, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, and Denmark, and now the United States of America, and the UK are set to follow suite.
As a user of the HTC Watch service we would like to notify you that from March 31st 2014 the store will no [Read More...]
Made from shock absorbent and scratch resistant TPU, the LLOYD Flex Case provides great protection for the HTC One from day to day use and drops. The back features our very own LLOYD mascot surrounded by a glossy exterior.
The LLOYD Flex Case is available for just $ 4.65, 77% off today only. Take your pick of black, clear, smoke or green!
If you are one of the users who are still using BBM then there’s a big update coming your way which will offer larger file sharing and new features for group chats.
Bringing BBM in line with most other cross-platform messaging services, users will now be able to share photos in group chats and to assist with this the file limit for sharing files has been increased from 6MB to 16MB.
Blackberry have said that they are planning on making [Read More...]
Android Central faithful — stand up and be counted! Starting this year (right now, actually), we’re going to check in every months with a dozen quick questions to see where things stand in the state of the nation.
The idea is to keep this quick, fun and relatively unscientific — just a snapshot of how we use Android. Maybe we’ll change the questions up next time around, maybe we won’t. We’ll see [Read More...]
With the recent announcement of the Galaxy S5, many carriers have already offered up their intentions to carry Samsung’s new flagship. If you’re looking for a no-contract option for your next phone, you may want to head to Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile to pick it up.
Both Boost and Virgin Mobile will offer the phone in Q2 of this year, and pricing information is yet to be released for either carrier.
Since Q1 ends at the end of March, [Read More...]
Not too many people know this about the Moto X, but Motorola has preinstalled an app called Spotlight on the device. It stayed hidden, until one day, you see a little red hat playfully float down your screen. Personally, I was confused as hell. But pressing that little red hat opened an interactive animation called Windy Day, where you follow the mouse protagonist by moving your phone around to move the camera.
The animation was adorable and well done, the [Read More...]
In case you missed our initial coverage of the Muzei Live Wallpaper, it is a live wallpaper that sets pieces of art as your wallpaper, rotating every day. Created by the developer of the popular Dashclock Widget, Muzei allows you to download extensions to replace the featured art with wallpapers of your choosing. One of the best extensions we’ve found is called Muzei HD Landscapes.
The app is simple – [Read More...]
All the numbers for those who love numbers
Regular readers know how we feel about benchmarks. A quick refresher — we don’t think they tell a significant part of the story, and are just a bunch of numbers that are easy to manipulate and even easier to get caught up in. A better (to us) method is to do the things we do with a new phone, and see how [Read More...]