Verizon’s crusade to get you to give up your existing data plan for its More Everything shared plans continues with a new deal, promoted today through its official Twitter account. If you have a tablet that can be activated on a wireless network, plus are currently on a More Everything plan, Verizon has the perfect combination waiting for you. (more…)
Since its launch, the Chromecast dongle from Google has treated users to gorgeous, high-resolution pictures of locations from around the world whenever it wasn’t being used. Through some digging in the Chromecast’s homescreen HTML, a few hints point towards those screens becoming a little less for show, and a bit more like Google Now. (more…)
Sure, we have heard NASA complain about space debris making missions hard, but what about the space cat epidemic? To protect our precious satellites, and help to find these abandoned space cats forever homes, Galactikitties lets you take a trusty ball of yarn into space and collect them. (more…)
Lost in the wave of app updates that we received yesterday, Google pushed out an update to the Play Movies and TV application. The changelog for this update might not be the flashiest, but it is full of solid features that will make watching your TV shows and movies on your Android device even better. (more…)
Were you intrigued by the launch of Google’s Opinion Rewards app, but unable to get in on the action due to your location? The small, yet awesome survey app that Google launched a few months ago has gone through more testing, and is now ready to branch out farther into the world.
When it was first introduced, Google was apparently only interested in the survey answers from the U.S. Today, however, the app expands to 3 more countries; Canada, Australia, and the UK. Once signing up and giving Google a few bits of information about yourself (age, sex, and occupation), you can start taking surveys that will get you credit to use on Google Play. (more…)
The startup OEM manufacturer, OnePlus, continues to drum up some grassroots excitement about its upcoming device, the One. We have heard hints towards the phone’s specs and accessory options, and we even have a launch date, but up until today nothing as far as pricing goes. OnePlus took to Twitter to change that. (more…)
April 1 is a weird day. Everyone is hesitant to believe in anything they see or hear, but we can guarantee you that this sale from Google is legit. If you absolutely need a case or sleeve for your handy Nexus device, today is the day to buy. (more…)
Another edition of the Humble Bundle is upon us. The 9th edition of the Bundle for PC and Android brings us 6 new games at a price that you choose. Want your money to go to charity? Or more to go to the developers? You get to choose who gets the cut and how much you want to pay. Everyone wins.
Out of the six games that are being offered in this Bundle, you get 4 of them no matter what you pay. Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror, Bridge Constructor, Ravensword: Shadowlands and Type:Rider are all yours for whatever cost you choose. (more…)