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Google Drive Storage offers

1TB of Google Drive storage promo up and running with new Chromebook Purchases

Have you recently purchased a new Chromebook? Maybe you have one on your Christmas wish list. There is some stellar news from Google today that will give you a very large boost to your Google Drive storage limits for 2 whole years. Right...
Filed in: News, Software
Bluetooth Beanie

[Deal Alert] Bluetooth Audio Beanie brings music and calls to your head, in a Beanie

Technology is all about convenience, right? What is more convenient than a set of speakers built into your beanie? I couldn’t make this stuff up even if I tried, and I have tried before. A beanie with a spec sheet is pretty cool...
Filed in: Accessories, Hardware
Motorola Gallery Material Design

Motorola Camera and Gallery apps update with Material Design makeovers and new features

A new update is rolling out  for the Motorola Camera and the associated Motorola Gallery apps today. Both updates bring in some new Material Design elements to the UI that are sure to please many die-hard Android fans out there. The...
T-Mobile boston

T-Mobile wideband LTE data pipes open up in Boston

T-Mobile announced today that customers in Boston Massachusetts are the proud new owners of wideband LTE data pipelines that are bringing near 50% speed improvements to consumers. Wideband LTE doubles the bandwidth and increases the capacity...
Filed in: Networks, News
Need for Speed No Limits

Need for Speed: No Limits coming to Android in 2015

EA has a new mobile racing title on the way for Android and iOS owners. They don’t go into a ton of detail, but they do tease us with the title, Need for Speed: No Limits, and a game trailer featuring Ken Block. The image above looks...
Filed in: Games, News
SwiftKey update

SwiftKey pushes out update that gives it a 30-50% speed boost and includes more Languages

The Google Play Store has a huge selection of on-screen keyboard apps for users to install at their leisure. Many stick with whatever is pre-installed on their device, others gravitate towards the Google Keyboard and plenty more grab head...
Chromecast in Google Drive suport Chrome OS

Chrome OS update rolling out, brings Chromecast support in Google Drive plus More

Looks like a new Chrome OS build update is rolling out through the stable channel today. The update bring the stable build up to version 39.0.2171.85 (Platform version: 6310.48.0). In typical fashion the update brings along a number of...
Filed in: News, Software, Update
Nexus 6

Contract price drops on Nexus 6 to $249 for Sprint customers, $50 credits Incoming

The saga of the Nexus 6 has been nothing short of frustrating for many Android enthusiasts. Limited stock on the Play Store keeps you checking every Wednesday morning in hopes you can sneak your purchase in. For other, the carrier route...
Filed in: Hardware, News, Phones
Galaxy S5

Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 update rolling out Now

A new update is on its way out to current Samsung Galaxy S5 owners on Sprint’s network. The update will move your device to Android 4.4.4. While not everyone will see it immediately, users should pick it up over the next few days....
Filed in: News, Software, Update

Verizon launches LG G Pad 7.0 and 10.1 LTE tablets with limited time promo price starting at $49.99

Verizon has announced a pair of new tablets to grace the networks ever-growing device offerings list. Today big red is introducing the LG G Pad 7.0 and 10.1. Both tablets are LTE enabled giving you the ability to surf, stream and video...
Filed in: Hardware, News, Tablets
Nexus 6 T-Mobile

Nexus 6 makes it debut on T-Mobile in 32GB and 64GB Variants

The Nexus 6 is one hard device to get your hands on. Google has been making more available for purchase on the Play Store every Wednesday morning, but they aren’t lasting very long. In my humble opinion this is all a marketing strategy...
Filed in: Hardware, News, Phones
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