If you’re in the market for a Samsung Galaxy S5 and just couldn’t decide where to get it, or you happen to need to pick up some toner at the same time, might we suggest Staples? Starting next week, you’ll be able to purchase the latest and greatest from Samsung from the office supplies and more store, specifically on April 20th (as that’s Easter day, we hope this also entails getting a chocolate Galaxy S5).
The Google Glass XE16 update that started rolling out earlier this week is now available as a factory image, for those interested in tinkering with the software on their Glass (or had been tinkering and broke it back enough that you need to start fresh). Photo replies in Hangouts and Bluetooth 4.0 LE are the biggest additions in the XE16 update, which also upped the base OS to Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
Sony has moved its Xperia keyboard into the Google Play Store, but you still won’t be able to get it if you’re not using a Sony device. Sony‘s move echoes the actions of Google, who has been steadily moving more and more core app elements of Android — from the Google Keyboard to yesterday’s Google Camera — into Google Play. Sony’s likely done so for the some of the same reason as well: they can update [Read More...]
UK supermarket Tesco has a sweet deal for anyone looking for a brand new Android tablet. The white LG G-Pad is now available for just £119, part of the supermarket’s Easter Deals. That’s a massive saving of £130 for an 8-inch tablet with a quad-core chip and 16GB internal storage. While it’s the Wi-Fi model, we’re still filing this under “awesome deals”. Be quick though, it only runs until Tuesday.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is available practically everywhere now, and from the major carriers in the U.S., but is also now making its way to prepaid carrier Ting. You’ll be getting the same phone that’s available everywhere else — this model’s obviously similar to the Sprint one as Ting runs on that network — but with a bit lower bill than your standard postpaid carrier.
Ting is offering the Galaxy S5 for $ 597 without a [Read More...]
If you’ve been anxious to get your hands on Google Glass but haven’t been fortunate enough to scoop up an invitation, today’s your lucky day. Literally, today (April 15, 2014) is the day you’ve been waiting on.
Google is selling Google Glass to anyone and everyone willing to put down the $ 1,500 on a pair of the next-level wearable technology. It’s a sale that only [Read More...]
The popular iOS calendar enters Beta on your favorite mobile platform
Sometimes the stock apps on your phone can get tiresome. Though the update to Google’s Calendar app is imminent, you still have some other viable options. You may want to take a look at Sunrise Calendar, the app that iOS users have been loving since it’s release.
Before we tell you to go out [Read More...]
The new HTC One is available today in stores and online at T-Mobile. The phone will run you $ 26.50 a month for 24 months or out right $ 636 not including tax. Currently the One is only available in Gunmetal Grey, but hopefully we will see some new colors as well, even though the grey is pretty sweet!
The post [Read More...]
Verizon had the retail store lock down on the new HTC One M8 since the initial release, but now those of you with AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint can get in on the brick-and-mortar sales fun as well. T-Mobile’s availability kicks off tomorrow. The HTC One M8 is now available for purchase in carriers stores that aren’t sporting a big red checkmark.
Zero down and $ 26.50 a month plus a T-Mobile plan
April 11 sees another big new Android smartphone hit T-Mobile, with the official availability of the HTC One M8 on the carrier. Picking one up will cost you nothing up front, with a $ 26.50 a month payment for the phone over 24-months.
Plans start at $ 50 a month for 1GB of data, rising to $ 80 if you want to go unlimited. It’s [Read More...]