AT&T announced a new device for its network this afternoon, the G3 Vigor from LG. The G3 Vigor is much likes its big brother, minus a few of the top-tier specs. If you will recall, LG announced the G3 Beat not too long ago, and basically, the G3 Vigor is simply a rebranded Beat. (more…)
Moto Voice, the rebranded Touchless Control that arrived with the new Moto X, updated today for the original Moto X and last year’s DROID family. The changelog simply states that Moto Voice is now “supported” on the DROID ULTRA, Mini, MAXX, and Moto X (1st generation). The update also supposedly brings support for the Moto 360, though we are showing that as having been included last week.
The update should be live – go grab it! (more…)
A flag for Chrome, recently showcased by OMG! Chrome, should have many quiz and trivia fanatics praising Google once enabled. When the flag is turned on, users can receive answers to many basic inquiries right through the auto search results, which are the auto-fill results you see when typing in a question. (more…)
Upset that Shazam only interfaced with Rdio, Beats, and Spotify for the longest time? Being an Android fan, you are probably an avid fan of Google Play, and rest assured you weren’t the only one peeved. But rant and rave no longer, fellow users, because Shazam has finally integrated Google Play. (more…)
Over the weekend, Motorola announced that the new Moto X would go up for pre-order on Tuesday, along with their Turbo Charger, a device that utilizes Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 technology to give the new X up to 8 hours of battery power within 15 minutes. If you plan to buy the new Moto X, fork out the extra $35 for the Turbo Charger. Just do. And I don’t say that because I think it’s a cool accessory (even if it is). No, I say that because the battery life on this phone is average, and you never know when you are going to need another 8 hours of juice in a day.
I hate to bring semi-bad news like this on a Monday, but after testing the new Moto X for over a week now, I don’t have any other word to bring on a battery life front. (more…)
A new free download is available through our Deals store, an app called TowerMadness. For fans of tower defense titles, who also enjoy a bit of 3D graphics, it’s a must have.
In the game, you build up your defenses to stop evil aliens from kidnapping your adorable 3D sheep. You have blasters, flamethrowers, and plenty of other weapons to help you stop the never ending horde of aliens. (more…)
Verizon officially launched Advanced Calling 1.0 this morning, which is an odd way of saying that their VoLTE and HD Voice services are now live. Talk about over-branding. Anyways, Advanced Calling 1.0 is Verizon’s suite of calling features for Voice over LTE (VoLTE) that includes HD Voice calls and Video Calling. The software suite comes as a part of an over-the-air (OTA) update for devices, with the Galaxy S5 and LG G2 currently sitting as the only two supported. You can find all of the launch details at this report.
Advanced Calling 1.0 is a free add-on for your line of service, as can be seen in the opt-in screen below. Once added, nothing else on your account changes, so no, Verizon won’t be using Advancing Calling to try and squeeze you out of your unlimited data. (more…)