Stepping back from all of the Galaxy S6 and One M9 rumors and news, it’s time to focus a little more on what’s “hot” out there. Today, we have a new icon pack to share called Juyo, priced at $1.56 on Google Play.
Unlike many other icon packs, Juyo is not a round or squared icon pack, but goes for more of a color (or lack thereof) theme than anything. Each icon in the pack, which features over 2000 icons, is all white, perfect for standing out on darker wallpapers. However, the icons also have thin black outlines, allowing for the viewing of icons on white backgrounds too. (more…)
A new deal is up on the DL Deals Store, featuring a Power Vault 18000mAh portable battery pack, priced at $29.99. Regularly priced at over $100, owners can charge up to two USB charging compatible devices simultaneously, while still carry the hardware around in a small bag thanks to its lightweight design. (more…)
Sprint and LG announced availability for the G Pad F 7.0 tablet this afternoon, launching onto Sprint’s 4G LTE network on March 17, free on contract. Beyond the tablet, Sprint is marketing the device alongside the G Flex 2, being the only carrier in the US with an open pre-order for the device currently. (more…)
Samsung has posted its live stream onto YouTube, with a timer now counting down to the event. Taking place March 1 – this Sunday – at 6:30 pm CET, which is 9:30 am Pacific and 12:30 pm Eastern, Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S6. (more…)
If you watch The DL Show or read the site periodically when we discuss Samsung’s software, it is that TouchWiz needs a radical revision before we would ever want to use it full time on a device over stock Android. According to a report from SamMobile, Samsung might be giving us what we want, removing nearly all possible bloatware from the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, leaving them nearly squeaky clean phones at the time of launch. (more…)
Google has confirmed to TechCrunch that the company is currently testing a new chat service for business listings right inside of Google Search results. As an example, if you were to search for a restaurant, you could ask an employee at the restaurant if they were busy or featured a vegan menu, then receive an answer in real time. (more…)
If the photos you were uploading to Facebook are not already cute enough, the Social Network has introduced an update for its Android application, bringing sets of sticker packs for you to deck out your photos with funny props. (more…)
In a recent interview between Forbes and Google’s Sundar Pichai, the Google+ service as we know it today may change drastically in the near future. According to Sundar, who currently oversees everything in relation to Android, Chrome, Google Apps, Maps, Google+, and other sectors at Google, Google+ is currently seen as a single area, but the company hopes to break it down into three in the future.
Sundar stated in the interview, “I think increasingly you’ll see us focus on communications [Hangouts], photos, and the Google+ stream as three important areas, rather than being thought of as one area.” (more…)