Tag Archive: Phone

Contest: Win a VR for G3 — one of five, actually — and a phone to go with it!

Virtual reality once again is all the rage. We’ve got five VR for G3 visors to give away — and five phones to go along with them!

There are all sorts of flavors of VR out there. You’ve no doubt seen Google Cardboard, and LG has its own take on that with the new VR for G3. Think plastic visor that the LG G3 smartphone fits inside. Affix to your face, and you’re immersed in whatever’s on  [Read More…]

You can now quickly Google ‘find my phone’ to locate your misplaced Android device

Lose your phone? You can now simply ask Google to find it for you right from a web search.

Google’s ability to find and ring your phone or tablet has expanded outside of the Android Device Manager to regular Google search. You can now open up the main Google search page in your browser and type “find my phone” to get a top result of a map that will locate your phone, similar to the way  [Read More…]

Amazon Fire Phone $189 with 1 year of Prime starting now


Amazon Fire Phone

You might have heard about the Amazon Fire Phone which debuted are this time last year (if you didn’t, we don’t blame you). It was a mid range device that ran Amazons Fire OS, had a quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 13 MP camera and some Amazon exclusive features such as Firefly, Mayday, Dynamic Perspective. The device was supposed to help propel Amazon into  [Read More…]

This week’s sidebar poll: How is your new phone treating you?

Tell us how much you like (or dislike) your new Android phone.

It’s the time of the year when the new Android phones — like the HTC One M9 or the Samsung Galaxy S6 —you’ve seen the tech press fawn over have made their way onto store shelves and users’ hands. That means it’s a fun time for most everyone involved, with all the setting up of a new device and trying new features. New hardware  [Read More…]

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft finally makes its Android phone debut

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, the free-to-play turn-based card game from Blizzard Entertainment, is now available for Android phones.

Save $100 when you buy a Moto 360 and an Android phone from Best Buy

Best Buy will take $ 100 off the total when purchasing a Moto 360 and a new Android smartphone in-store through April 18.

We have already seen the price drop on the Moto 360, and now Best Buy is offering another in-store deal on top to make it even sweeter. Now through April 18, when purchasing a Moto 360 and a new Android smartphone, you can save an additional $ 100 on the transaction.

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Sprint to send experts to deliver your new phone anywhere you want

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There is a great news for Sprint customers who are planning to buy a new phone or upgrade their old phones. With the introduction of its Direct 2 You service, Sprint is aiming to provide the store like environment in the comfort of your home, workplace or Starbucks – whichever you happen to prefer.

All you have to do, is buy a Sprint mobile phone, tablet or a wireless device and Sprint  [Read More…]

Unnecto Air 5.5 — a dual-SIM phone for the US

Unnecto’s latest smartphone isn’t the best or the prettiest, but it serves a purpose not many other US phones bother with.

The sub-$ 200 smartphone market has never been more interesting than it is right now. We’ve seen impressive offerings from manufacturers big and small over the past year, and news that Qualcomm will be partnering with Cyanogen for the next wave of QRD offerings means the software is about to get a lot less awful  [Read More…]

BLU Advance 4.0 unlocked Dual SIM phone is $50 today only through Amazon

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Today’s Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day is a a great one for people looking to ease their way into smartphones without spending a lot of money. For the rest of the day you can score a BLU Advance 4.0 Unlocked Dual SIM smartphone for only $ 50. That’s a savings of around 44 percent and  [Read More…]

Hands on with AutoMate Beta — Android Auto for your phone

Android Auto is a great experience, but it’s not particularly easy to make a part of your life yet.

There’s no denying how cool Android Auto is. As a concept, it’s everything we’ve wanted out of car stereos since everyone figured out Google Maps was infinitely better than whatever was living on your “infotainment” system. Toss in compatibility with a healthy number of music and podcast apps, a self-imposed limit on notifications while driving and the  [Read More…]