After going on sale in November, selling out within minutes, and then disappearing from Motorola’s site for months, the Keylink is now back and available for purchase. I’ve got to admit that I’m surprised, even with Motorola confirming to us that it would be back at some point.
As a reminder, the Keylink is Motorola’s little keyfob, key finder, dongle thingy. It attaches to your phone via Bluetooth and the Motorola Connect app, allowing you to find either your keys or your lost phone as long as they are within 100 feet of each other. Not only that, but the Keylink can be used as Bluetooth trusted device for password skipping when it is near your phone.
Go get ’em while they are here. Who knows how many Motorola produced this time around.
Motorola Link ($25) (more…)
A sequel to the original Earn to Die is now available on Google Play, titled Earn to Die 2. In the game, which is rather simplistic, you customize vehicles to get you through a zombie apocalypse. These vehicles can be equipped with weapons, all of which should help you get through countless numbers of the undead. (more…)
As a friendly reminder, this is your last chance to pick up a 3-year subscription to VPN Unlimited through the DL Deals Store, regularly priced at $65, for just $19. With a VPN, Internet users can browse and download files without fear over security concerns, with dedicated servers encrypting and hiding all of your sensitive data. (more…)
And just like we said they would, Google has posted factory images of the Android 5.0.2 “LRX22L” update that is rolling out today to the Nexus 9.
Both LTE and WiFi models have files available, so be sure to grab the correct set. You can find them at the source link below. (more…)
According to at least one user over at reddit, Project Fi invites are starting to arrive in inboxes. We have yet to receive an invite ourselves and haven’t heard from anyone else who has, but this user posted up a walk-through of the setup process, all of which would take quite a bit of effort in order to fake. After looking through the images on display, I would tend to believe him, so let’s take a look at what we can expect when invites show up. (more…)
The latest flagship devices from Samsung, LG, and HTC have been unveiled. With that, it’s time for consumers to begin researching which one will be best for them, as each device offers something quite different.
Without question, the G4, One M9, and Galaxy S6 Edge differ greatly not only on paper, but in design as well. The G4 is similar to previous high-end devices from LG and other OEMs, featuring a primarily plastic body, with exception to the leather-backed models. The One M9 continues HTC’s tradition of using metal throughout its design, while Samsung took a completely different route, utilizing a ton of glass and metal siding as its materials of choice.
Each device runs a different processor clocked at varying speeds, and each also features very different cameras. For your average consumer, the use of a QHD display may not be on the list of deal breaker attributes, but more importantly, buyers will want a good camera, good battery life, and a phone that is not confusing to use. (more…)
Motorola seems to be gearing up to unleash a wave of Android 5.1 updates onto its entire line-up of devices. We first saw Android 5.1 release notes show up for the Moto X (1st gen) in Brazil a couple of weeks back, but we are now seeing sets for the AT&T Moto X (2nd gen), “T-Mobile” Moto X (2nd gen), and Moto X (1st gen) in the US. We have yet to find info for the DROID Turbo, though I can’t imagine it won’t also arrive very soon. (more…)
In case you are scrambling to find a neat Mother’s Day gift, or possibly even an early Father’s Day gift, HTC has cut the price of the RE Camera, dropping it by $50 to just $149.99. (more…)