Tag Archive: Mobile


Enjoy a lifetime of iDrive’s unlimited mobile backups for only $19.99

Not only does iDrive keep your devices’ data backed up in case your phone comes to a sudden death, but it keeps your data safe from hackers’ eyes with 256-bit AES encryption. Back up your contacts, photos, videos, calendar events, and more — and sync it all to a new device.

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Fixd review: Your own mobile grease monkey

Gone are the days of taking your vehicle in for a checkup or to identify a “check engine” light. The Fixd is part hardware and part app, and is cheaper than a mechanic. Not only that, but it can also help with preventative maintenance.

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Verizon gives you a second chance to enroll in its Total Mobile Protection insurance program

Bought a smartphone from Verizon, but you didn’t get insurance? Not to worry, the carrier is giving you a second chance to enroll with its Total Mobile Protection insurance.

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ROK Mobile debuts $10 WiFi-based TALK 360 plan with medical benefits

ROK TALK 360 is a new plan from ROK Mobile that doesn’t include data. Instead you get unlimited calling and texting over wifi, discounts at multiple pharmacies, retailers, and restaurants, and 24/7 telemedicine support. All for only $ 10 a month.

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The first mobile phone call was made 45 years ago, Motorola celebrates with deals

Did you know that today 45 years ago, the first mobile phone call was made? Well you can celebrate with Motorola and get discounts on some awesome products.

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Google no longer dev-centric, has become a consumer hardware and mobile brand

Over the last few years we have seen Google transition away from developer-centric devices and experiences into a company that loves general consumers. Much like we’ve seen in the iteration of Android and Chrome, today’s Google has evolved into a polished and refined endeavor.

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Deal: BYOD to Boost Mobile and get a free month of unlimited data!

If you’re in the market for a new phone plan, Boost Mobile may have just the thing.

There’s a deal on a great BYOD plan at Boost Mobile! For just $ 50 a month, you’ll get unlimited talk, text & data along with streaming (in standard definition) and 8GB of mobile hotspots. Act now and you’ll get a full month of unlimited data free. Offer ends April 5, 2018

How this deal works:

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Westworld mobile game first look

You may not be able to be a guest in Westworld, but you can be something better: an employee!

I would have a difficult time finding someone that hasn’t at least heard of the HBO series Westworld, which takes place in a dystopian universe where a giant amusement park filled with truly humanistic androids are the play things of the truly inhuman humans. I don’t know about you, but before the first episode ended, I wanted to  [Read More…]

What’s an eSIM and why is it important for the future of mobile?

eSIM is becoming more common, and you should know how it differs from traditional SIM.

Pretty much ever since modern smartphones have been available to us, we’ve been dealing with the small piece of plastic inside known as a subscriber identification module (SIM). When you get a new phone, your service provider likely pops in a SIM and you go on your way, or you switch it over yourself from your old device. While SIM cards are  [Read More…]

PUBG Mobile is now available across the globe

Available for Android and iOS.

After launching in China late last year, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile is finally coming to additional markets. This news comes just a few short days after developer Tencent Games began running a beta in Canada on March 15, and I don’t imagine anyone will be complaining about the rapid expansion.

Tencent and PUBG Corp. note that the game is “now available in many regions around the world” and that it’ll be added to  [Read More…]