Amazon introduced new storage options for Cloud Drive users this morning, announcing an “Unlimited Photo” plan and an “Unlimited Everything” plan. The service is powered by Amazon’s own Cloud Drive, which users can access through mobile apps or on the web. (more…)
Now that we have Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge pricing and availability out of the way, it’s time to focus our attention for a minute on the HTC One M9. Like Samsung’s flagships, the One M9 will go up for pre-order tomorrow, March 27, and arrive at most carriers April 10. Since there is only one model, pricing here is pretty straight forward, with a full retail price sitting right around $650 at most places, but there will also be monthly payment options.
Here we go, again. (more…)
Samsung announced this morning that the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge go up for pre-order starting tomorrow, March 27, with nationwide availability opening up on April 10. That doesn’t mean that all carriers will have the device available that day, so we thought we would gather all of the information from individual carriers and slap it for you in a single post. Let’s make this easy – well, as easy as it can be with two phones, three colors, three storage sizes, and who knows how many price points and payment plans.
Here we go. (more…)
At 12:01AM ET on Friday, March 27, HTC will also open up pre-orders of its new flagship, One M9. The in-store date for the M9 is April 10. In other words, HTC is attempting to go head-to-head with Samsung and the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Hey, good luck with that.
Like Samsung, HTC is leaving it up to carriers and retailers to announce their own specific availability and pricing, but for the most part, you should expect the phone to retail for around $649 without a contract and be available on April 10. Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint are all going to carry the HTC One M9. You will also be able to find it at Best Buy, Amazon, Target, and Costco. (more…)
You know it has been on your mind since Samsung unveiled them. You know you have been wondering just how much all of those premium materials and next-gen internals were going to cost you. Am I right? T-Mobile has weighed in first this morning with pricing for both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The prices are about what we thought – they are higher than normal, but not insanely higher than normal. (more…)
Tomorrow should be a fun day – you get to decide if you want to buy one of Samsung’s new devices, the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, or the HTC One M9. All devices go up for pre-order starting tomorrow, but we’ll save HTC info for another post. Let’s talk now about how you can order one of Samsung’s new flavors. (more…)
Update March 25: Google added Android 5.1 (LMY47I) images for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6. I think it’s safe to say that if there are many changes, they’ll be incredibly minor. This is still Android 5.1, not 5.1.1 or something else.
The first batch of Android 5.1 factory images are now available for the Nexus 5, Nexus 10, and Nexus 7 (2012).
You will find links to all below. We will update this post as we have more. (more…)
The DROID Turbo root method that was first teased a couple of weeks ago is now available for purchase. Yes, I said “available for purchase.” The root game is difficult these days and it takes an awful lot of time to find exploits, so if you feel like rooting, you need to pay for the opportunity. “MOFOROOT” is the name of the Turbo’s root method and it runs $20 per device. (more…)