Tag Archive: Third


BlackBerry KEY2, third opinion review: Keyboard at all costs

You better really love that hardware keyboard, because you’re giving up a lot to get it.

With our own Daniel Bader taking on the canonical KEY2 review for Android Central, and Jerry Hildenbrand following it up with his own thoughts, I’m in the privileged position of using the phone far longer before putting my conclusive thoughts down. I’ve been using the KEY2 for over three weeks now, which was essential for me to get over the stumbles  [Read More…]

3 Great Third Party Wireless Charging Docks for Samsung Gear S3

Keep your Gear S3 charged at home, at the office, and wherever your travels take you!

The Samsung Gear S3 is still one of the best smartwatches you can buy in 2018.

If you own one you may have bought a couple of stylish bands to swap out your style. Another important accessory you should consider is an extra charging dock or two so you can keep your watch topped up while you’re working at your desk,  [Read More…]

Verizon announces its third unlimited plan that costs $95/month

You can also mix and match unlimited plans on a family account.

On June 18, Verizon’s going to be shaking up its wireless plans once again. In addition to its Go Unlimited and Beyond Unlimited plans that are already available, June 18 will see the launch of the carrier’s third unlimited plan — Above Unlimited.

Above Unlimited will be Verizon’s most expensive yet at $ 95/month for one line, and for that price, you get “Premium Unlimited  [Read More…]

All major U.S. carriers give your real-time location info to third parties

The tech is provided by LocationSmart and seamlessly works in the background.

It’s hard to believe that much of anything is truly private these days. Between smartphones, the internet, and everything else, so much of our data and lives are on full display for various businesses to see. Recently, it was discovered that all four of the major United States carriers provide your real-time location info to third-parties thanks to a loophole in the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

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“Ultra Pixel” could be the third Google Pixel smartphone in store for October 4

We’ve seen that Google has the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL in store for the company’s October 4th unveiling, and these phone monikers match their first-gen. counterparts from last Fall. Rumors about a third smartphone swirled earlier this year, particularly about a device codenamed “Taimen” that would sport a larger display than either the […]

Google Pixel 2 will start at $649, offer ‘Kinda Blue’ third color option

How many more leaks will we see? This about wraps it up.

The Google hardware leaks are coming hard and fast, and the latest of the group reveals fresh information about the forthcoming Pixel 2 — the smaller sibling to the Pixel 2 XL. According to Droid-Life, the Google Pixel 2 will launch at the same starting price as last year’s Pixel, $ 649, which will put it well below the purported $ 849 price of the Pixel 2  [Read More…]

Here are all the deals from Xiaomi’s third anniversary sale in India

Xiaomi is celebrating its third anniversary in India by rolling out offers on accessories.

Xiaomi’s journey in India began three years ago with the Mi 3, and the company is rolling out a series of offers to commemorate its three-year anniversary. Products like the Redmi Note 4, Redmi 4 and 4A are going up for sale later today, and there are lucrative discounts on accessories.

There’s also an hourly flash sale that will allow you to pick  [Read More…]

Google might be prepping a third phone this year, codenamed “taimen”

A few days ago we told you that the next-generation Pixel phones are probably codenamed “muskie” and “walleye”. Like in 2016, Google is expected to unveil not one, but two flagship smartphones this year. However, according to the sources talking to The Droid Life it appears the search giant has another phone codenamed “taimen” in […]

Sprint makes third, fourth, fifth lines on its new Unlimited plan free

You get a free line, and you get a free line, and you get a free line!!

In Sprint’s latest push to haul in new customers, the yellow carrier announced a new Unlimited talk, text, and data plan that was $ 50 for one person, $ 40 for the second line, and $ 30 for each line after that. Well, lines three, four, and five just got a lot cheaper for a limited time. 100% cheaper, to be exact.

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Android and Chill: We need a third mobile platform

Google and Apple offer a great experience and everything we could want in our phones. While that’s a great recipe for success and happy customers, it also means they can afford to get a little lazy.

Now I’m not saying the people working there aren’t busting their butts and worth their salaries, I’m talking about the company — and their mobile ecosystem (God I hate that phrase) — becoming complacent and less willing to try new  [Read More…]