For a very limited time, you can head over to dbrand’s website, maker of custom skins for various devices, and pick up a Nexus 6 skin for just $6. This sale is to celebrate the company’s new approach to the device, with the “M” logo cut out for a more handsome look. (more…)
After months of anticipation, we now have the Venue 8 7840 from Dell in our possession. Teased back in late 2014, the tablet is purchasable by anyone on Dell’s website (or Best Buy), priced at $399 for 16GB. While the storage may seem a tad low, Dell spared no expense when it came to the design and feel of the device, giving it a 8.4″ OLED QHD display, featuring a resolution of 2560 x 1600.
Powering the 6mm thin slate is an Intel Atom Z3580 quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM. Other specs include a 2MP front-facing camera, three cameras on its backside for a combined resolution of 8MP, 802.11 ac WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0, microSD card support (up to 512GB of capacity), and runs Android 4.4.4 out of the box. (more…)
Thanks to a T-Mobile page spotted by TmoNews, we now know that a software update is coming to two flagship devices, the Nexus 6 and Sony Xperia Z3, allowing the smartphones to connect to T-Mo’s 700MHz band of LTE spectrum. Not only does the 700MHz band include better speeds, but users should also see better building penetration thanks to the lower frequency. (more…)
The Nexus Player was once only available through Google Play, but now, anyone who feels the itch to own Google’s set-top box can grab one from Best Buy (online and in-store), as well as Newegg.
You won’t find any differentiation in price, as each retailer has it marked at its list of $99. At least with Best Buy you can go in and pick it up whenever you want. (more…)
The NFL is partnering with YouTube, launching a special channel for fans to get their fill of highlights and gameplay. While the NFL won’t be streaming any games, the League intends to publish weekly content for viewers that highlight the best of what the NFL has to offer the viewing public. (more…)
Facebook released a new version of its service called Facebook Lite for Android users today, but for us here in America, who apparently have struck the data goldmine, we do not need access to anything lite. With Facebook Lite, users in countries such as Bangladesh, Nepal, Nigeria, South Africa, Sudan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Zimbabwe can all access their FB accounts, all while using extremely little data. (more…)