Tag Archive: Mobile

This LeEco mountain bike fuses exercise and your favorite mobile operating system

One of the more exotic products we had chance to look over at the recent CE China show out in Shenzhen was this smart bicycle from LeEco. A company with a broad range of connected hardware, this pretty outrageous looking mountain bike isn’t something we come across every day.

Oh, and it runs Android.

The Le Syvrac isn’t your average pedaller by any means. Besides the built in computer that runs software based on Android,  [Read More…]

Mobile Nations Weekly: The power of 10

All the tens in all the places.

The subject of many leaks and speculation is here — no, not the iPhone 7 — it’s the HTC 10!. But it’s going up against some strong competition in the Galaxy S7 and the LG G5.

The Apple front was rather quiet, with ongoing speculation about an update and renaming of Mac OS X and the much-anticipated iPhone 7 — though neither will be here exactly soon.

Microsoft was  [Read More…]

Best over-ear headphones: As chosen by Mobile Nations editors

In-ear headphones are good, but sometimes you just need something more substantial

On and over-ear headphones aren’t the most convenient things in the world, and as such many will turn to in-ear options for things like the daily commute or hitting the gym. But if you want that all-encompassing experience and the best sound quality possible, you’re likely going to want a good set of cans.

To help get you started if you’re in the market  [Read More…]

Snag an entire mobile app developer bundle for $50

Are you an aspiring or novice developer looking for an edge or some additional help? You might want to look into our current deal, a full-on bundle of all sorts of mobile app development goodies. For a limited time you can purchase the kit, which is valued at more than $ 1,300, for only $ 50. That’s right, fifty bucks. Not

Satechi’s Bluetooth Gamepad makes mobile gaming fun for a console gamer (Review)

I have a shocking confession. I don’t play mobile games. I think it’s mostly for the same reasons I play very few games on my desktop. I grew up playing games on a console with a controller sitting on my couch. It’s what I’m used to. I don’t like tapping a screen repeatedly or using

New phones are coming to Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile

With the release of premium smartphones like the recent HTC 10, it’s putting pressure on consumers who are looking for wallet-friendly phones. Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile have announced three new phones for budget-conscious consumers, and all of them are under $ 230. Hydro REACH by Kyocera Available this Friday, April 13 the Hydro REACH will

Samsung Galaxy J7, LG G Stylo 2 and Kyocera Hydro REACH head to Boost and Virgin Mobile on April 15

On April 15, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile will begin carrying three new budget smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy J7, LG G Stylo 2 and Kyocera Hydro REACH will all be available on April 15, and all priced under $ 230. Each phone offers something a bit different than the others. For example, Kyocera’s Hydro REACH has a 5-inch QHD display and is both dust and waterproof, with Wet Touchscreen Operation. It runs Android 5.1 and comes with 1GB of RAM  [Read More…]

Mobile Nations Weekly: HoloMazing

Double the cameras, double the tours, double the holograms.

This week in tech: Huawei goes double with the P9 phone with dual Leica cameras and BlackBerry starts up their Priv Marshmallow beta.

Things were relatively quiet in the Apple space, sans more rumors about the iPhone 7 and fancy new Apple Watch Hermes bands.

But the really cool stuff is happening in, of all places, Windows land. Yes, we have a HoloLens and even though we’re  [Read More…]

T-Mobile to shutter Mobile Money prepaid debit card program on July 27

T-Mobile is set to kill Mobile Money, the prepaid debit card program that the Un-carrier launched in early 2014. According to Fierce Wireless, T-Mobile has begun alerting Mobile Money users that the service will shut down on July 27. Additionally, users won;t be able to add money to their accounts or use the mobile app after June 27.

If you’re unfamiliar with Mobile Money, it was a quasi-banking effort introduced in January 2014 that very much stood  [Read More…]

Shadow Quest: a step above other mobile RPG’s [Review]

Overview – Shadow Quest RPG sets itself apart from other mobile RPG’s by making character positioning relevant. It also has a new take on dungeon crawling that I have not seen employed on mobile devices. Author: Magicindie Price: Free to download (In-App Purchases) Highlights Attacks based on unit position Turn based gameplay On par graphics high power