The Droid Life Show: Episode 56

Ready for episode 56 of the Droid Life Show? We don’t have a ton of topics on hand for the evening, but there are a couple really important ones. First of all, Tim and I have spent the last two weeks with the Galaxy S5, so we’ll have plenty of thoughts to share while we finish up that review. The OnePlus One is also now official, with an insanely low price tag, but no real way to purchase one. We will take reader Q&A as well, plus run through some of our favorite apps of the moment.

We’ll be live at 5:00PM Pacific (8:00PM Eastern). Join us live through the embeds below! (more…)

Samsung’s Gear 2 Neo Smartwatch on Sale Through eBay, Just $185 Compared to List Price of $199

You might have already read our review and know how much we dislike despise the Samsung Gear Fit smartband, but what about the Gear 2 Neo? It is Samsung’s cheaper counterpart to the Gear 2 smartwatch they unveiled alongside the Galaxy S5. The device is cheaper because it does not feature as much hardware (metal front plate and camera) as the fully loaded Gear 2, but it still looks nice.  (more…)

Recap: Motorola’s Software Hangout With Executive Punit Soni

A lot of us have been skeptical about what is to become of Motorola Mobility when Lenovo finishes up acquiring them from Google. Motorola’s Punit Soni sat down to clear some things up and field software-related questions from a live audience recently, and a couple noteworthy details emerged. In case you were not able to join in the festivities live, we have compiled the main points down below. (more…)

Pokémon TV Comes to Kindle Fire Devices Through Amazon Appstore Starting Today

Astute Kindle Fire users have probably realized this, but an indispensable app has long been absent from the Amazon Appstore. I’m referring, of course, to Pokémon TV, which saw an iOS and Android release last February. Thankfully, Kindle Fire users can finally catch up (‘em?) with Ash and the gang starting today.

Pokémon TV features an impressive library of Pokémon anime. It is updated weekly from a collection 700 episodes spanning 16 seasons, which is probably equivalent to at least 5 or 6 complete games of Pokémon Blue. (more…)