The Galaxy S8 unveiling is hours away, yet LG still has a few days to go before the G6 arrives in US carrier shops. To get out in front of the ridiculous wave of coverage and focus that is about to be laid upon Samsung, LG has dropped its first G6 TV commercial. It’s a 30-second TV spot, and no, it doesn’t contain Jason Statham.
I know you haven’t forgotten, but Samsung will announce the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ tomorrow at events in New York City and London. The happenings go down at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) and will be live streamed for the world to see. We’ll also be on hand for the fun, bringing you that hands-on, in-person experience you so crave. (more…)
Google Home received support for a handful of new smart products (up to 11 new ones) today, something we hope they continue to do as quickly as possible. After all, a smart home control hub is only as good as the products it can control, right? (more…)
The above header image is from an accidental spill of information that took place in September, 2016. Now, after what feels like forever, more information has come forth regarding the phone codenamed Ocean, aka HTC U. (more…)
The Facebook app on Android and iOS is getting a new in-app camera that will give you all of the effects and filter fun you could ever ask for outside of Snapchat. Alongside the new camera, which begins rolling out this week, Facebook is getting Stories and Direct, two similar features to Instagram Stories that represent video and photo collages of your day that can be shared broadly or with select users. (more…)
T-Mobile is offering customers a free season of MLB.TV Premium again this year, easily one of the best perks of being a customer. With this free season-long pass, you can stream all of your team’s games via mobile or Android TV app, and even watch the 2017 Playoffs down the road. (more…)
Even though Motorola switched up the system last year with the release of the Moto Z as their new flagship line, we were told that the Moto X line could live on in some form. According to a leak from the folks at +hellmotoHK, we may have our first look at that reality. (more…)
T-Mobile is switching up its prepaid plans this week, introducing two Simply Prepaid options with set amounts of high-speed data, plus a single T-Mobile ONE Prepaid plan for those in need of unlimited data. (more…)