Taking place on the DL Deals Store, you can grab the Hot Java Android Coding Bundle, and no, it’s not a course on brewing the best coffee in town. Sorry. Priced at $29, this coding bundle features five courses, ranging in topics from Android Lollipop (and Marshmallow) development, to re-skinning games for various app stores. (more…)
An update for the Swype Keyboard application brings additional premium themes to users, as well as a dedicated emoji keyboard – something everyone in 2015 needs apparently.
A few of the themes now usable should make the Star Trek fans in here extremely happy, as dedicated themes for predominant characters are available, such as ones for Captain Kirk, Captain Picard, and blueprint-like layouts for the USS Enterprise. (more…)
Set to be unveiled at IFA next month, LG announced a new rollable keyboard called Rolly today, labeling it as an “industry first.” The keyboard is rather unique, featuring an extremely compact, yet somewhat long design when rolled up. However, when unrolled and out for use, it has a solid full QWERTY keyboard, able to be connected directly to a smartphone and tablet via LG’s software. (more…)
The August 11 release date of the OnePlus 2 has come and gone, but it seems many on the 4.3 million+ waitlist for an invite to purchase the device have been left wanting. Today on Twitter, OnePlus’ co-founder Carl Pei, announced that the company’s “aggressive invite rollout” will begin next weekend. (more…)
Samsung Pay, Samsung’s mobile payments solution, has entered private beta here in the US. With Samsung Pay, users load up their credit card and debit card information, and can then use these cards via their Samsung smartphone at virtually any terminal thanks to the Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology. MST allows your phone to emulate a typical card swipe at credit card readers, instead of relying on NFC to transmit secure data. (more…)
Once updated, when a user receives an email containing information such as flight, movie, and hotel confirmations, the information will automatically be loaded into your Google Calendar as an event. That means no more copy and pasting information yourself from one app to the other. Google Calendar will even automatically update information for you if it happens to change. (more…)