Tag Archive: Mobile

Get a $15 Amazon.com Gift Card courtesy of Mobile Nations when you sign up for Amazon Prime

Mobile Nations Exclusive for Members now through midnight PST 18th July 2016!

For a limited time, receive a complimentary $ 15 Amazon.com Gift Card* from Mobile Nations when you sign up for one year of Amazon Prime ($ 99). All you need to do is sign up Prime using the link at the bottom — that’s all there is to it! With Prime you get amazing benefits like free two-day shipping, access to Amazon Prime Video and Music, early  [Read More…]

Today’s best tech deals: 6 pack USB C cables, mobile accessories, LG G3 and Moto G4

  I hope you had a wonderful weekend and welcome back to the work week. We’ve got a bunch of new discounts for you courtesy of our friends who want to hook you up with big time savings. From phones to accessories, there is a wide selection of tech to pick from in today’s deals

Slither.io: Brings back memories of early mobile games (Review)

I remember my first phone. It was 1999, I was 17 and it was the Nokia 3210. It was pretty sweet at the time. It had a heck of a battery life, an excellent signal, and the original phone game…Snake. My friends and I competed constantly to see who could get the highest score. It

Mobile Nations Weekly: Pokéworld

It’s a Pokémon Go world and we’re just living in it.

The Pokémon Go craze continues. There’s no denying the game’s popularity. It’s become one of the most popular mobile games in the world, if not the most popular. Ever. People are going nuts for it. You probably know somebody who has. Maybe you are that somebody. It’s okay, we’re here to help.

But… there are things other than Pokémon happening in the mobile tech world.

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This weekend’s best tech deals: Axon 7 Android smartphone, mobile accessories

I hope all of you are having a wonderful weekend. Newegg is offering up a pretty sweet deal on the Axon 7 preorder where you can pick up a free set of Monster headphones with the phone. At $ 400 the Axon 7 is a great deal if you’re looking for a powerhouse at a midrange

Why do you need a mobile anti-virus?

When mobile devices first flooded the market and it became evident that more users were accessing the internet via a mobile device than through their home PCs, there suddenly came a surge of concern that malware would become a predominant threat. Luckily, that hasn’t yet become a problem but that is not to say that

Pokémon Go already the biggest mobile game in U.S. history

Barely a week into its debut, Pokémon Go has clocked 21 million daily active users, edging past Candy Crush Saga’s 20 million users recorded in 2013. The data comes from online survey company SurveyMonkey, which pegs Pokémon Go as the biggest mobile game in U.S. history. The game already surpassed Tinder and Twitter when it comes to daily active users, and it isn’t even available globally yet, with Niantic pausing its international rollout to deal with the massive influx of  [Read More…]

Mobile Nations Weekly: Pokémon Going

If you’re reading this you’re not catching ’em all.

I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but there’s this new game called Pokémon Go and well, everyone is playing it. Everyone. Including you.

Out now for Android and iPhone, Pokémon Go brings the classic Pokémon into the modern smartphone world. Not only do you capture and train your Pokémon to fight others, but you can actually go out into the world and capture Pokémon — it is  [Read More…]

110 Ultra luxurious HD wallpapers for your mobile devices

Access to Gallery: Click here For today’s wallpaper collection we have gathered 110 HD images of luxury for your smartphones and tablets. There was just a lottery drawing for over half a billion dollars, so whoever that lucky winner is can make these wallpapers a reality. For the rest of us, we can at least

LG reporting big loss in Q2 2016 for its mobile division

LG is doing well overall, which is expected as the company makes just about anything you could imagine. In fact, its earnings are at a two-year high. But the mobile division is bleeding money, as the business has reported an $ 82 million loss in Q2 2016.

The LG G5 isn’t as popular as LG hoped it would be, selling only 2.2 million units. I guess a modular feature with only a few accessories that requires removal of the battery isn’t taking off.

LG predicts that its mobile  [Read More…]