Tag Archive: Program

It’s time to say goodbye to the Nexus program for good

We don’t know what the P stands for just yet, but it means goodbye to the last Nexus phones.

We got our first look at Android P this past week. As expected, it’s an evolution of the formula Google is happy with and we won’t have our socks rocked off or anything when it shows in its final form because that’s what happens with all software; once it gets to the place the creators wanted it to  [Read More…]

Own an Honor 7X? You can now sign up for the Android 8.0 Oreo beta testing program

The Honor 7X is a great mid-range phone, which will soon get a lot better, as the producing company prepares to unleash the Oreo update.

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Samsung Pay’s rewards program just got a lot less awesome

Now it takes twice as long to get the goodies you want.

Along with supporting older MST terminals, another area where Samsung Pay has an advantage over Android Pay (well, now Google Pay) is with its rewards program. Samsung Pay gives its users points they can redeem for gift cards, raffles, and more as they continually use the app, but in an unexpected move, Samsung’s making this rewards system not nearly as fun.

According to multiple users,  [Read More…]

ZTE opens up Android 8.0 Oreo beta program for the Axon 7 users in the US

Back in December, ZTE announced it was working on the Android 8.0 Oreo update for its highly acclaimed Axon 7 smartphone. Fast forward a few months later and the Chinese company today announced it has opened the Android 8.0 Oreo beta program for Axon 7 users in the US. You can join the beta program […]

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Learn to build apps, program for the web, and more with Python for $44!

The wild world of app develop keeps getting wilder and there’s almost always work in the field, whether it’s for various organizations or as an independent consultant. Some apps sell to larger companies for tons of money. On the other hand, some folks just like to build apps for the fun of it. Maybe there’s an app you wish existed, but it doesn’t — you could build that app yourself. Or at least, you could with the right training.

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Instagram alpha program for Android users is now available

Want to try out the latest Instagram features ahead of everyone else? Then you’re in luck because the Facebook-owned app just opened up an alpha program for its Android app. An Instagram employee – who was subsequently verified by a Reddit mod – started a thread inviting people to join the new alpha program. The […]

Google starts using more secure packaging for trade-in program

Who’d of thought cardboard was better than a plastic sleeve?

Leading up to the launch of the Pixel 2, Google started a trade-in program to help drastically lower the cost of its shiny, new phone. Quotes for the trade-in program are more than reasonable, but it hasn’t been without its fair share of hiccups. One of the main complaints we’ve heard is that the trade-in kit Google sends out is pretty flimsy, but it looks like this is now  [Read More…]

Here are November’s winners of the Honor/Huawei incentive program!

These are the lucky November winners of some cool Huawei/Honor swag.

There’s nothing like being a cool person on the internet and winning great gadgets while doing so. But with our Huawei/Honor Community Incentive Program, you can do just that! The basis is pretty simple: be an active, engaged and friendly member of the Huawei or Honor communities in our forums to win great stuff.

Here are the winners from November:

br77494 — Congrats, you’ve won a  [Read More…]

Republic Wireless adds Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL to its Bring Your Own Phone Program

Raleigh, NC-based Republic Wireless declared its independence from Bandwidth a little less than a year ago, and the first year of independence can prove to be a make-it-or-break-it experiment for any company. With the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL having been announced a day ago, Republic isn’t wasting any time working hard to […]

Google intros Android Wear Oreo beta program, available only on the LG Watch Sport

In almost two years of existence, Google’s Android Wear platform has seen only two major releases – one of which (version 2.0) was subject to a very slow roll out. Now it appears a third Android Wear version might be just around the corner. Google just introduced a beta program for Android Wear meant to […]