Deal: 3 Different VPN Deals to Choose From, Some at 70% Off

We currently have a set of three VPN deals for you to consider right now in the DL Deals shop. A couple of them are at least 70% off, all are for multiple years, and of course, they all also include access through Android devices. I can’t necessarily say that buying VPN services has ever topped my X-Mas wishlist, but hey, it’s never too late to start taking internet security seriously.

With a Virtual Private Network (VPN), you get to access the internet with an encrypted, secure connection which means your information is hidden as you browse. VPN’s also let you dance around blocked or restricted content, can protect your WiFi connection when on public networks, and can even bypass some ISP restrictions.

The three deals we have running start at $19 and go all the way up to $110. Below, you will find each along with a list of its top features. (more…)

Pebble Beta Version 2.3 Brings Android Wear Notifications, Auto App Updating

The team over at Pebble has exciting news for Android users, as two big features have been launched inside Version 2.3 of the Pebble Beta app. After updating, Pebble users will be able to see and utilize Android Wear-like notifications, as if you owned a Moto 360 or G Watch R. For example, if you receive a message through Hangouts, a notification will appear on your Pebble, which will allow you to reply to said message via selected emojis.

In addition to enhanced notifications on your Pebble, support for Android devices running 4.0+ has been added for the beta application. Lastly, auto app updates has been built in, allowing your watch to update software while it sits idling on a charger. Clutch.  (more…)

T-Mobile Gives 4G LTE Update, Now Covers 260 Million People, Recognized as Fastest in America

In addition to unveiling rollover data, T-Mobile’s eighth Uncarrier move, the mobile provider gave an update on the state of its 4G LTE network. The rollout for LTE is apparently ahead of schedule.

In a blog post, Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray wrote that T-Mobile’s 4G – “recognized as the fastest in the nation” – now covers 260 million Americans, which surpasses the carrier’s initial goal by 10 million. That reach should extend to 280 million by mid-2015 and 300 million by the end of next year, if all goes according to plan.  (more…)