Dead Zebra has posted up its latest Android Mini collectible for sale in time for Halloween, this one being Frank Patches. Priced at $10, Frank is an IT specialist, said to be ready to handle your “monstrous IT problems.” (more…)
Verizon announced earlier this week that online availability of the LG V20 begins tomorrow (Thursday, October 20), while in-store availability starts up on October 27. However, Verizon failed to deliver pricing, until now.
Verizon states that the full retail price of the V20 will be $672, or $28 a month on a payment plan with approved credit. To compare, full retail of the V20 at AT&T is listed at $829.99, while T-Mobile has it for $769.99. As you can see, that’s quite the range in pricing. (more…)
LeEco announced its entrance into the US market this morning in San Francisco, providing an extremely comprehensive look into its “eui” ecosystem and connected devices. While there was plenty of stuff announced, we will focus on the two smartphones LeEco unveiled, both of which will be available starting November 2 through LeMall, LeEco’s e-commerce web store. (more…)
This morning, LeEco, formerly known as LeTV, is bringing its brand to the US. To do so, the company will be showcasing its strategy for a worldwide connected ecosystem, complete with connected devices, cars, TVs, and even bikes.
The event is taking place in San Francisco, CA at 10am Pacific, but is being livestreamed across the world via multiple social channels. To let you get in on the action, a livestream has been embedded below. (more…)
When the Pixel Launcher was first leaked, a wallpaper picker was leaked right alongside it. This morning, that wallpaper app is officially available for all Android devices straight from Google Play. Titled a very simple Wallpapers, this app features Google’s own creations, plus a mix of photos and designs from the 500px community. (more…)
When you are a business attempting to sell products and services, you may find yourself becoming a master of optics. When it comes to US carriers and throwing around the word “unlimited,” you can’t help but meddle with how the public may perceive an idea, versus what is actually taking place.
Take Sprint’s latest promo for example. For $20 a month, folks can purchase an “unlimited” data plan for a supported tablet device. With that data, users can stream movies, listen to music, play games, or even tether. We, being the consumer, hear this and think, “Wow, that’s a great deal for unlimited data, sign me up!”
It’s at this point that you have to adjust your reading glasses and dive into Sprint’s fine print. (more…)