This week flew by, with news coming at us from all angles. The big news, to HTC’s dismay, is that thanks to more leaks than the Titanic had after hitting the iceberg, we pretty much know exactly what to expect from the HTC One (2014). While the young man handling the camera and the device probably had little idea that a team of lawyers were on their way to his house after he hit “publish,” he gave the world its first true look at what HTC will more-than-likely unveil on March 25. Wherever you are, kid, we hope you hear our appreciation.
Besides all of the hype regarding the upcoming flagship from HTC, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is still in the headlines, as it just went through the FCC on its way to Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T. Not only did the FCC give us juicy details, but Samsung themselves also posted up a highly detailed feature video earlier in the week.
To top off the madness, the big juicy rumor floating around is that Google has selected LG to make a “Nexus 6″ smartphone, as well as the upcoming Nexus smartwatch. How’s that for a hypebeast?
To catch yourself up on all of the hotness, check below. (more…)
Earlier today, Samsung announced a new streaming music service called Milk Music. All lactation jokes aside, the service turned out to be something all Galaxy owners should probably take a look at. It’s free. There is no registration or setup. And you can be listening to its over 200 genres (stations) and 13 million songs in a matter of seconds upon first launch. Of course, you have to have a Galaxy device to access it legitimately, but that shouldn’t be a problem since there are millions upon millions of you out there. (more…)
T-Mobile announced big news for current Simple Choice customers on the $50 plan, throwing in 100% more 4G LTE data at no extra cost, bringing the total amount of data to 1GB. To access the new amount of LTE data, customers don’t have to do anything, as the change takes place automatically on your data plan.
If you were on the hunt for a nice new game to entertain you this weekend, Deadlings is definitely a good candidate. The plot is quite simple, with the main character (Death) going online, only to realize that he has no friends on his FaceTome account. He then has a realization — why not make himself feel better by putting zombies in a factory to work for him? The story is quite pathetic, but the gameplay sure isn’t.
Nyko, an accessories maker geared towards mobile gaming, announced three new accessories for the SHIELD mobile gaming console from NVIDIA. The accessories include a new Shell Case, perfect for absolute protection of your SHIELD. While NVIDIA sells their own cases, a few folks might call them overpriced at $39.99, but Nyko’s are just $12.99. (more…)
It’s that time of the week again, when we scrape together the best deals on Google Play for you all to enjoy. This week we have a wealth of quality apps with price chops, including Deus Ex: The Fall and Square Enix’s Final Fantasy V. We also have two great apps, Rayman Jungle Run and InstaWeather Pro, available to us for a discount.
And for you parents out there, plenty of Dr. Seuss apps have been made 99¢ to commemorate the franchise’s birthday.
Check the full list out down below. (more…)
Usually priced at around $150 on Amazon and other e-retailers, the Jawbone Jambox is today’s deal of the day. Priced at just $57.99 on 1sale.com, this is a pretty good deal, even if it’s factory refurbished. Both Kellen and myself rock Jambox speakers in the house, as they are quite the little package from Jawbone. (more…)
On schedule for an April arrival, all sorts of Samsung Galaxy S5 variants have cruised through the FCC this week. The Verizon (SM-G900V), AT&T (SM-G900A), and T-Mobile (SM-G900T) models are confirmed, however, the FCC shows that numerous others stopped by as well. (more…)