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[Labor Day Deal] Take an additional 10% off the already low prices on StackSocial

We have been watching StackSocial like a hawk lately. Mainly because they seem to have some of the best deals happening constantly. It also doesn’t hurt that the deals last more than 24 hours. While we do love the flash sales, sometimes people miss out for a number of reasons. This...
Filed in: General
Limefuel Lite 15000 mAh battery

[Deal Alert] Limefuel Lite 15,000 mAh external battery pack for $34.99

Just last week we saw the Limefuel Lite battery banks floating about on Stack Social and we tossed out a link on G+. A good number of people picked one up. At that time the sale was ending. Now it would seem they are back on the list of items you can save a little cash and pick up. The...
Filed in: Accessories
Uncarrier 7.0 T-Mobile

T-Mobile getting personal with September 10th event invites for Uncarrier 7.0

Looks like something has gotten under T-Mobile‘s John Legere’s skin again. the bad boy of the wireless industry just keeps pushing, and I like it. Invites to an event to announce Uncarrier 7.0 have started to make appearances with a very interesting message on them, “This...
Filed in: General, Networks
Sony teases the Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact and Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact

Talk on the town pegs a flagship Sony device slated for Sprint in time for the Holidays

Pigs might just fly and hell just might freeze over. At least in respects to a Sony device coming to Sprints network. Apparently people are talking and sources are legitimate. We aren’t talking about a vendor in Hong Kong talking to some forum site in Indonesia either. No, instead...
Filed in: Rumor
HTC One E8 Sprint

Sprint announces the HTC One E8 in Polar White or Misty Gray

The lesser expensive brother of the HTC One M8, the HTC One E8, is now officially available from Sprint with Sprint Spark accessibility. The E8 is very similar to the M8 with the exception that the body is plastic instead of metal. Basic Specs: 5-inch super LCD display Android...
Filed in: Hardware, Phones
Zombie City Defense

[New Game] Zombie City Defense brings holographic tower defense to Android

Tower Defense games are a dime a dozen any more. The basic principal is to defend your base of home or what have you, using a variety of weapons, upgrades and tactics. Some are better than others both in gameplay and visual looks. I have spent many hours playing Sentinel 3: Homeworld,...
Filed in: Games, Software

$100 credits being handed out by AT&T with new line activations

AT&T has started a new promotion today for would be and current customers who wish to start  new line of service with the carrier. No doubt this is primarily aimed at the ‘back to school’ crowd and parent, but that doesn’t make it any less attractive of an offer....
Filed in: News
4G LTE Nvidia Shield Tablet

4G LTE enabled NVIDIA Shield Tablet hits the FCC

The NVIDIA Shield Tablet is probably one of these best, if not the best, Android based gaming devices on the market. You get the best of a multitude of worlds. You get your Android fix on a 8-inch tablet, you get impressive hardware for gaming and multi-tasking, you get a dedicated kickass...
Filed in: News
Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5 on AT&T gets a new OTA update

  Looks like there is a new update on the way out for Samsung Galaxy S5 owners on AT&T‘s network. The update rolls in at a smaller sized 142.8MB’s, but brings a few fixes and improvements that you might like. Assuming you are stock. Here is the list according...
Filed in: Software, Update
Motorola Luge

Motorola Luge available for Verizon prepaid, its just a rebranded Razr M for $100 less

Verizon apparently started selling a ‘new’ device for the prepaid sector of the company, the Motorola Luge. It features a 4.3″ Super AMOLED qHD 960 x 540 screen, with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8MP rear camera and a 0.3 MP front shooter. It lands with 8GB...
Filed in: Hardware, Phones
Google+ Authorship

Google gives the axe to Google Authorship

As a Google products user we often see various projects and changes start as an idea, mature to implementation, scramble to use it and then watch it die. Over the years there have been a few that we have seen, like Google Currents, now another project is falling by the way side, Google...
Filed in: News
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