Yes, what you have heard is true: Taco Bell has launched a streamlined app that lets you order your Volcano Nachos and XXL Beefy 5-Layer Burrito ahead of time and pick them up in-restaurant or via drive-through. (more…)
With the unboxing and hands-on gallery out of the way, we wanted to put the brand new DROID Turbo up against last year’s DROID MAXX, to see how far we have come, but also against the still-mostly-new Moto X (2nd gen), to see the leap Motorola made in just a couple of months.
As you may recall, Motorola took some flack last year with the new DROID line and original Moto X for using what most considered to be sub-standard specs. That is not the case at all this year. The Turbo tops almost every other phone on the market in terms of specs, from its Quad HD display to its Snapdragon 805 processor to its 3GB RAM and 21MP camera. The Turbo is a beast on paper. (more…)
Verizon has a new phone to market this morning, thanks to the announcement of the DROID Turbo. While Kellen is producing his own videos for the unit, Verizon decided to post a few of their own, highlighting the Turbo’s top of the line features, including the 48 hour battery life, 21MP rear-facing camera, and the Snapdragon 805 processor. (more…)
In case you were wondering, yes, we have a DROID Turbo in hand and are ready to start testing the hell out of it, so that we can get into one of the most anticipated reviews of the year. With the device launching this Thursday online and in Verizon stores, I can imagine that plenty of you will want to know all there is to know before then should the Turbo be on your short list of potential new phones. Trust me when I say that we are going to tell you as much as we can before Thursday. Our review won’t be out then, since we like to actually test phones fully, but there are all sorts of things we can do to help you make an informed decision.
To start off our coverage, we have gone ahead and unboxed this DROID beast, walked through specs, made sure to show off the Turbo Charger, talked about in-hand feel, and even jumped into the mostly-stock-Android experience to show you what to expect when you first boot.
I will have some initial impressions shortly, comparisons too, but for now, check out the device in-hand and in action. (more…)
The official Google Fit app is now available for Android devices through Google Play, allowing Android users to track all of their activity, tying all of the info directly to your Google account. With Google Fit, users can reach personal goals, which are specified by you within the app. These can be running, walking, or even biking goals. (more…)
While Android has become much more secure over the years, thanks to two-step authentication options and plenty of different lock screens for users to choose from, Google continues to push the boundaries of security for our mobile devices. Starting with Android 5.0, upon a device’s first boot, a unique key is created which never leaves your device, with full device data encryption taking place. (more…)
As you are well aware, thanks to countless leaks over the past few months, this is indeed a powerful phone. It sports a next-level Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor clocked at 2.7GHz, 5.2-inch Quad HD display (2560×1440), 3GB RAM, 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, 21MP camera, and a 3,900mAh battery that could last you up to two full days.
If you were looking for a DROID to help reignite the brand, this would be it.
The rest of the specs can be found below. (more…)