Invites for LG’s press conference at MWC are rolling out, providing us a date and time to mark down when we’ll likely be introduced to the G6. (more…)
A reliable source has informed us that AT&T intends to raise its upgrade and activation fee from $20, to $25 on January 20. This move follows news that Verizon is doing the same, but its fee costs customers $30. (more…)
With unveiling reported to be scheduled for MWC, we are getting mighty close to the G6 from LG. As we get closer to major device launches, we tend to see all sorts of content, such as spec leaks and CAD renders, with the G6 being spared from none of this. In a video posted to YouTube by DBS Designing, a concept artist provides their take on what we should expect to see from LG in 2017. (more…)
Today’s best deal is over at Amazon where you can pick-up an Anker Quick Charge 2.0 dual-port charger for just $13.99. This charge is a no-brainer because unlike most car chargers, this offers QC 2.0 charging out of both ports. We often see QC 2.0 or QC 3.0 chargers with multiple ports, except they often only allow for one quick charge port. Not this guy.
The deal includes Prime shipping, for those with Amazon Prime accounts.
Users of Microsoft’s Cortana on Android, get ready for even easier access to the personal assistant. According to MSPowerUser, Microsoft has begun beta testing a version of Cortana that allows for access directly from a phone’s lock screen. (more…)
Google understands that not everyone has a data connection at all times, and when those times come, it can be pretty hard to get the answers you need from the search giant. However, with the company’s latest announcement of device caching for search results, your queries will become available as soon as connection is reestablished. (more…)
Announced during CES, the ZTE-made Blade V8 Pro goes on sale today, with pre-orders shipping out to those who bought one early. The Blade V8 Pro is a not-so-typical mid-range device with “flagship features,” being the first Blade device to ever officially come to the US. (more…)
According to a report out of The Information, Google will bring its ultra-budget Android One line to the US later this year. That would mean pure Android phones, approved by Google but made by others, here in the US, likely sold through your favorite electronics dealers. (more…)