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Blackberry 10 is just around the corner and with it comes a whole new era for RIM. Whether or not the changes that come with BB10 will be enough remains unseen, but one thing is for sure: in today’s age you need apps to succeed.
We’ve already seen quite a few high quality images of the Blackberry 10-based L-Series handset. What about the actual interface itself? Now a new leak shows off screenshots detailing the new Blackberry 10 OS.
The Sony Ericsson LiveView Remote pairs up with your Android device and gives you easy remote access to all your pertinent data. And it’s on sale for 64% off.
Later today, Google will release a new update for its Google+ Android app.
Just under 3 months ago, Google purchased Nik Software, the developer behind Snapseed. At the time, Snapseed was only available for iOS and it cost $4.99. Today, Snapseed arrived in Google Play for free and was changed from the $4.99 price tag to free in the App Store.
After the HTC Droid DNA made its debut, Europe and the rest of the world watched on with patience. The Droid DNA packs a 5-inch 1080p display that makes all other screens seem small and dull.
If you miss the old YouTube app on your iPhone, the Video Tube app may be just what you are looking for. Video Tube allows you to watch YouTube videos with an interface that is similar to the original iOS YouTube app. Though similar, Video Tube has a few extra features that may be of interest, but it also falls short in some important places.
That’s why there are so many chargers and backup battery solutions these days and one of the best could be the ReVIVE Solar ReStore XL. It’s got a solar panel and a whopping 4000mAh of internal juice
The kicker here is that I don’t have to pay a dime; FreedomPop gives out 4G wireless Internet for free, including providing you with a mobile hotspot. To give them a try, I ordered the FreedomPop Photon 4G mobile hotspot and here are my impressions.
Do you love your new Apple iPhone 5 but wish that it had a slide-out physical QWERTY keyboard to make text messages and Facebook status updates that much easier? This case could be the perfect fit.
Do you still regularly utilize Windows Live Messenger? You might want to consider moving to Skype now. It seems that Microsoft is planning to retire WLM very soon, according to sources close to the Redmon-based company.
The good news is that a Twitter app seems to be on its way.
We live in a time when video cameras are so small and have such great HD resolutions that you can essentially carry a movie studio in your pocket. Considering many of the most exciting photo and video opportunities are unplanned, its important to have the right video and photo device with you at all times. One cool looking device that isn’t too expensive is the new Polaroid iD450.
This is why you need to have a backup battery for your smartphone and this universal unit from Motorola totally fits the bill, because it will charge just about anything via USB
Now, another software update has been pushed out to the Sony Tablet S, bringing more “small apps,” plus a new feature called Guest Mode.
The license agreement between Google and Apple for the Apple YouTube app could not have ended at a better time. With the coming of iOS 6, came the introduction of the new standalone Google YouTube app on September 11, 2012. There is no reason to be upset about this exchange either. The new YouTube includes […]
Apple’s newest version of iOS 6 is finally here, but should you upgrade? There are many great reasons to consider an upgrade. The biggest are for the new Maps, SIRI upgrades, better Facebook integration, the use of Facetime over data and panorama mode for camera.
Recently Virgin mobile released a plan with Spotify to give you more access to the music you want, when you want. The Spotify subscription includes other mobile features such as data and call, but obviously the main attraction is the built in use of Spotify’s premium features. The biggest and most well-known feature of Spotify […]
Reminiscent of 300 and Gladiator, Blood and Glory Legend on iOS makes you feel like you are in the center of a gladiator arena. It’s Glu Mobile’s newest game, and while it is free, expect to feel the temptation of the alluring micro-transactions. The biggest difference between Legend and the first Blood and Glory game […]
Google has decided to challenge the iOS powerhouse that is Safari with the new Google Chrome for iOS app. Google Chrome for iOS is an alternate browser for your iPhone or iPad that includes all of the browser basics, plus some of your favorite Google Chrome features.
In a world of super pinball and special fire pinballs, Pin Tiki Ball keeps pinball mostly traditional. While the game just released on September 5, 2012, it shows a lot of promise to expand in future updates making the game more and more fun with each version. That is, as long as Operatio Apps continues to move […]
Monster Galaxy is a game that was previously released on Facebook and has been ported over to touch screen devices. The game itself should remind you of Pokémon, gameplay is also similar. It starts by asking you to choose your character, or in this case, tamer, as the game has called it.
What about children? No shortage there either. There are smaller handhelds and tablets out there that run Android from a variety of companies. Many of these are carried by retailer Toys R’ Us. Soon though, the big kid’s toy retailer will have its own endorsed tablet- the Tabeo.
Love your Kindle? The Amazon Kindle is a great e-reader, but today the Kindle is getting even better. Amazon’s press event showed off several new members to the Kindle Fire family, but that’s not all. They even found a way to make e-readers exciting again.
The Kindle Fire’s successors are here. There are three flavors to choose from, the first of which is an entry model at $169. Essentially, the $169 Fire is the same as the OG Fire except it has double the RAM and a slightly faster processor.
The Kindle Fire finally has a successor, the Kindle Fire. That’s right, a second generation Kindle Fire is here. What’s new? It has double the RAM over the first Fire and has a somewhat faster processor. According to Amazon, that means a 40% bump in power.
A Chinese pop star by the name of Jimmy Lin has just attracted over 100,000 comments in only a matter of a few hours. His post was through the popular site, Sina Weibo- which is sort of like the Chinese version of Facebook and Twitter combined. What was the post that is generating so many comments and large amounts of buzz? The Chinese pop star claims to have in his possession an iPhone 5. You might wonder how a Chinese pop star would get his hands on the iPhone 5, well before its release.
Echofon is a Twitter utility that makes things simple and basic, and that is not a bad thing. Those qualities are exactly what has kept me loyal to Echofon since I purchased my iPhone. It does not have Facebook integration, nor does it get fancy with too many ways to customize. With a sleek design, Echofon sticks to what Twitter does best.
Archos is getting involved in the gaming world with its own 7-inch Android gaming tablet, the “GamePad”. What’s in store for the new tablet? We certainly don’t know everything about it’s specs yet.
What if I told you that you could get an unlocked smartphone outright for the same price (or less) than you’d be paying for a locked smartphone on a two-year contract? That’s exactly the case here today with the Nokia C6-01.
What happens when you playfully send a picture of a dragon to Samsung of Canada? You get a free custom phone, that’s what.
Gigantic multimedia theater PCs have quickly started to become displaced in favor of light weight Android devices that can do many of the same things, but at much cheaper price points. The newest addition to the Android media player family comes from Diamond Multimedia, under the name AMP 1000.
Let’s face it, most smartphone users out there use there devices for what? Random apps, emails, a few text messages? How about calling? Not so much, huh? The truth is that ‘calling people’ is probably at the backburner of reasons why you make use of your smart-phone, ironically.
When it comes to social media sites, we often think about more traditional platforms such as Facebook- but what about photo sharing? One of the biggest sharing social networks has quickly become Pinterest, and the good news is that the social network is expanding beyond the web and iPhone with a new version that also supports Android devices and the iPad.
Instragram has recently updated to version 3.0, arguably one of the most epic versions of the app so far. What makes version 3.0 so compelling? A new feature called “Photo Maps” allows geotagged photos on a map to appear to various friends that a user is open to sharing them with.
We just wanted to remind our readers that our Tokyo Flash contest is coming to an end very soon, so enter here before it’s too late! We also have a $10 off coupon for our readers who just want to buy one directly. Type in the code MM10 at checkout (you will have to check […]
While the iPhone also has notifications, it only does so with the rear-facing LED flash. If you have your iPhone face-up on a desk, you may never notice that light. With FLASHr, you will.
Huawei may not be quite the same kind of household name as Samsung or Motorola, but the Chinese company has quietly been increasingly its market share by approaching more affordable alternatives to its competitors.
You know those fancy Tokyo Flash watches that are so advanced and futuristic you’ll be the only one capable of telling the time on it after you study the manual? Well, they do look awesome, and their actually not that hard to use. So we’ve teamed up with Tokyo Flash to offer our readers this great contest.
In fact, the Ouya video game system is now the fastest ever Kickstarter project to raise $1 million, achieving this feat in a mere 8 hours and 22 minutes. But the funding didin’t stop there.
In recent times, the social networking scene has become awfully crowded as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have quickly taken the center-stage.Despite the overcrowding, new social networks like Google Plus have continued to pop up and attempt to grab a piece of the social networking pie. While Google Plus is generally aimed at the more casual social networking crowd, it seems that a new mobile-first startup, Muxi, is attempting to dive into LinedIn territory with its own social network for professionals.
I’m sure it’s happened to you more than once in your life, that perfect Kodak moment that you wished you could have taken a picture of, or even better, recorded. Unfortunately, by the time you whipped out your smartphone and brought up the camera/video app, the opportunity was gone. The future of recording is about to get a heck of a lot more convenient. A new pair of hypster chic techno-glasses are inspired by Clark Kent, and offer an easy push-button for recording your life’s moments.