AT&T’s no-contract subsidiary Cricket Wireless has started a new rewards program. It will offer its customers ways to earn and accumulate points that can be used later to acquire gift cards and more. The company says this is the only rewards program launched by a no-contract wireless carrier.
There’s something about sitting on a porch with a cup of coffee that leads to brain dumps. Although that could be because I’m the only one in this house silly enough to be awake on a porch at 5:30 a.m. on a Sunday. Nobody’s awake for waffles yet. (Mmmmmmmm. Waffles.)
So with that in mind, here’s what’s been on mine.
LG is bringing some of the looks and features of the G4 into two lower-end devices.
Hoping to build on the halo created by the LG G4 launch, LG has announced two lower-end devices with the same naming to come in underneath the flagship. The LG G4 Stylus and G4c are larger and smaller, respectively, than the G4 proper, but each one offers a similar design and features to the high-end device.
HTC’s latest teaser for the upcoming One M9 suggests that we may see a more powerful BoomSound stereo speaker configuration on the device. The Taiwanese manufacturer teased a video on Twitter with the tagline “Get your hands on bigger boom”, followed by a reveal date of March 1, which is when the One M9 is set to officially debut.
Microsoft has released an Android version of its Bing Rewards app for US residents, allowing those folks who are also members of that service to not just generate points but to monitor them and exchange those points for prizes.
Waze just picked up an update to version 3.9 that sees the addition of a new feature called Places, through which users will be able to add and edit information about local businesses, residences and other points of interest.
Blood Bowl, which puts a violent, and highly satirical, fantasy spin on American football, has made its way to [Android] (http://www.androidcentral.com/android-kitkat) tablets for the first time after being released first as a board game and later as a console and PC title.
Slowly but surely, Android 4.4 KitKat is on the rise. The most recent version of Android saw an increase of 4.3 percentage points, according to the latest numbers released by Google. The results include devices that have pinged the Google Play Store over the past seven days, ending July 7. Here’s how it breaks down:
Android 4.4 KitKat: 17.9 percent, up from 13.6 percent at the beginning of June. Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean: 55.5 percent, down [Read More…]
A more affordable version of the HTC One M8 may be on the way, according to a leak on a Chinese website. The device is slated for a June 3 release and could well be the rumored HTC One “M8 Ace” we’ve been covering. We’ve previously looked at what its next Android smartphone would be and this cheaper HTC One M8 would bring the company in line with what competitors are offering.