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First Look at Amazon Smartphone

Category: Mobile
Posted: April 15, 2014 03:56PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Amazon is reportedly set to announce its first smartphone in the near future, and BGR has obtained the first pictures of the unannounced device. Amazon is hoping that a unique user experience will help to set the phone apart from others on the market. Amazon isn't breaking any new ground from an appearance standpoint, with features comparable to smartphones available from Samsung, HTC, and Apple. It is reported to use a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, and a customized version of Android. The key feature to set this phone apart is a 3D display that doesn't require the use of glasses or a special screen. A number of cameras will be used to analyze the position of the users face and eyes to adjust the screen as needed.

Source: BGR



Vine Introduces Messaging Capability

Category: Mobile
Posted: April 3, 2014 02:11PM
Author: Brentt Moore

According to Jason Toff, the Product Manager at Vine, private messaging has been needed in order to share videos and communicate with others ever since the inception of the video service. In the latest update to Vine, that capability to communicate with others through the service now exists. Users of Vine can create Vine messages, or VMs, in order to send Vine videos and text messages to users of the service or anyone located within an address book. The messaging feature allows multiple friends to be messaged, though each conversation is a one-on-one experience.

Users who want to access the new messaging feature within Vine can do so by downloading the latest version from the App Store or Google Play.

Source: Vine Blog


Republic Wireless Receives Moto Maker for Moto X

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 31, 2014 05:22PM
Author: Brentt Moore

While Republic Wireless has offered the Moto X for some time, customers that bought the device have not had the option to customize its appearance through Moto Maker, which is available on other cellular carriers. Republic Wireless and Motorola have set out to change that, as the MVNO has announced that customization is going to be available for the Moto X starting tomorrow. Customers can use Moto Maker to customize the appearance of the Moto X, changing its overall finish and accent colors. Moto Maker for the Moto X also provides options for memory upgrades, wallpapers, and accessories.

For the first 2,000 customers who visit the promotional webpage for Moto Maker on Republic Wireless and enter their email address, a coupon code for a free wood finish will be provided with the purchase of a customized Moto X.

Source: Press Release



LG Optimus F3 Available on Boost Mobile

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 24, 2014 02:33PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Boost Mobile has announced the availability of a new handset that supports 4G LTE, the LG Optimus F3. The new offering by Boost Mobile has been available on Sprint and Virgin Mobile since last summer, but consumers should find the budget phone refreshing with a price point of $129.99. The LG Optimus F3 features a 1.2GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4-inch display, a 5-megapixel camera, 4GB of internal storage, a 2,460 mAh battery, and Android 4.1. Consumers can use the phone on the Boost Mobile unlimited talk and text plan that comes with 2.5GB of data for $55 per month, which also qualifies for semi-annual price reductions for on time payments.

Source: CNET



Google Keyboard Updated

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 20, 2014 01:40AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Google has released an update to its keyboard application for Android devices, pushing it from version 2.0 to version 3.0.19373. The latest update incorporates a couple of new features, including a new settings icon that displays itself from a long press on the microphone button, as well as a new button that makes it easier to get back to the keyboard from the emoji tab. Google has also introduced a new personalization mode that improves corrections and suggestions by using data from other Google applications and services. Personalized suggestions are enabled by default with version 3.0.19373 of Google Keyboard but can be disabled by users if desired.

Source: Droid Life



Google Play Games Receives New Features

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 18, 2014 06:09AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Google has added some new features to its Google Play Games platform, though some will not be available for a few weeks as the update makes its way to Android devices. One of the main updates to Google Play Games is the ability for developers to now add in cross-platform multiplayer for real-time and turn-based games. This will allow users across different mobile platforms, Android and iOS specifically, to play games with each other. The Google Play Developer Console is also receiving a refresh, with enhanced statistics and integrated C++ tools in order to support achievements and leaderboards. Gifting in-game items will soon be a possibility once the update rolls out as well. Players of mobile games will be able to gift in-game items to individuals in their Google+ circles, or to any user that they can find through searching by name.

Source: Greenbot



8GB iPhone 5c Rumored to be Revealed Tomorrow

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 17, 2014 11:15AM
Author: Nick Harezga

The 8GB iPhone 5c is rumored to be the latest smartphone offering from Apple, and according to rumors the company will reveal it tomorrow. The rumors come from a number of European sources including a pair of German websites and reports from UK retailers that claim to have received shipments of the new phone. A price has not been revealed for the 8GB model but it will be cheaper the the 5s model and will keep all color options found in the 16GB and 32GB models of the 5c.

Source: Mac Rumors



Republic Wireless to Offer Motorola G

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 13, 2014 12:47PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Republic Wireless, which is a mobile virtual network operator that focuses on incredibly cheap plans which make use of a hybrid technology that incorporates CDMA technology and Wi-Fi, will offer the Motorola G to customers starting sometime in April. The Motorola G smartphone replaces the outdated Defy XT previously offered by Republic Wireless. Three different plans will be available to customers who purchase the phone, which are priced at $5, $10, and $25 per month. The $5 plan includes unlimited talk, text, and data through Wi-Fi only, while the $10 plan adds unlimited talk and text through cellular service. The top $25 plan provides unlimited talk, text, and data through cellular service.

The Motorola G will be priced at $149 for the 8GB model and $179 for the 16GB model. The smartphone will not be compatible on other carriers however, as it is specifically coded to work with the hybrid technology that Republic Wireless offers.

Source: CNET



Ting Adds iPhone 5 Support

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 12, 2014 09:47AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Ting, which is a somewhat new mobile virtual network operator that uses the Sprint network to offer customers low cost pay for what you use plans, has announced that it now supports Sprint compatible iPhone 5’s. The news comes a few months after Ting revealed support for the iPhone 4 and 4S. Current and potential Ting customers who own an iPhone 5 that is Sprint compatible can go through the proper steps on the Ting website in order to bring their device over.

While the iPhone 5 is now supported, current and potential customers of Ting are curious about iPhone 5c and 5s support. Ting has announced that the iPhone 5c and 5s should be available to activate on Ting during September of this year, due to Sprint keeping certain devices only available to its direct customers for one year from initial release.

Source: Ting Blog



WebRTC Support Now Available in Opera for Android

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 6, 2014 05:42PM
Author: Brentt Moore

WebRTC, which is an open source project that allows for browser-based video chat by using JavaScript and HTML5, is now supported in the latest Opera version for Android. Opera Software Mobile Chief, Peter Wallman, stated that he feels that the integration of WebRTC within Opera for Android goes along with the idea of the Internet being a place for all types of communication to take place. Users of Opera 20 for Android can go to a website that features a compatible WebRTC application and invite others to chat, provided that the other users also are utilizing a compatible Internet browser. At this time, Internet Explorer, along with Safari for Mac and iOS, are the only major Internet browsers to not support WebRTC.

Source: Greenbot



Facebook Messenger Released for Windows Phone

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 5, 2014 01:34PM
Author: Brentt Moore

While Facebook announced that its messaging software, known as Facebook Messenger, was going to be unavailable for Windows users as of March 3, 2014, the company was working diligently to prepare the software for Windows Phone devices. Today, Microsoft is announcing that Facebook Messenger is available for immediate download through the Windows Phone Store. Facebook Messenger for Windows Phone provides access to all Facebook friends automatically, and enables users to see which contacts are online, send private messages, group chat, and use pictures as well as stickers in conversations. While contacts are available automatically with the installation of Facebook Messenger, additional contacts can be imported.

Source: Windows Phone Blog



Samsung to Include Plenty of Freebies for Galaxy S5

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 3, 2014 10:09AM
Author: Brentt Moore

The Samsung Galaxy S5, which was announced by Samsung at the Mobile World Congress last month, will now ship with plenty of freebies, according to Samsung. Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone will include over $500 worth of credits, freebies, and subscriptions when the phone ships in April of this year. Some examples of the freebies that are being offered for the Samsung Galaxy S5 include three months of Bitcasa 1TB storage, three months of Evernote Premium, three months of premium account service for LinkedIn, six months of The Wall Street Journal, and one year of premium service for Run Keeper. Samsung is marketing the included freebies as Galaxy Gifts, and is hoping that the bundled package will entice customers to purchase the latest flagship smartphone offered by the company.

Source: CNET



HTC to Shut Down Its Movies Service in the UK

Category: Mobile
Posted: March 2, 2014 08:35PM
Author: Brentt Moore

HTC Watch is a service that has been offered by HTC for some time, offering movie rentals and purchases on mobile devices. Last year, HTC announced that it was shutting down the service in multiple European countries, expressing a realignment of business strategy as the sole reason. Now, users of the service located in the United Kingdom have been notified via email that the service will be unavailable for them starting March 31, 2014. Movies that have been purchased by users located within the United Kingdom must be downloaded to a compatible device before the shutdown occurs, or the movie will be inaccessible for viewing.

Besides the emails regarding the shutdown of the service, no other notifications have been provided by HTC concerning its HTC Watch service.

Source: Engadget



Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile to Carry Samsung Galaxy S5

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 28, 2014 09:46PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Although the Samsung Galaxy S5 was just revealed at the Mobile World Congress a few days ago, carrier availability is already being announced. Sprint has confirmed that its two of its mobile virtual network operators, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, will be receiving the newest Samsung flagship smartphone. Both carriers will be able to sell the device to consumers within the second quarter of this year, sometime around the worldwide launch that is to occur in April. At this point in time, no information on pricing has been released, though the price point is expected to be quite high for early adopters of the latest Samsung Galaxy phone.

Source: Engadget



AT&T Delivers Android KitKat to Samsung Galaxy S4

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 26, 2014 05:52PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Available within the next few days as the rollout begins, Android 4.4 will soon be available on AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphones. The update, which ranges in size between 412MB and 842MB, will be available only through a Wi-Fi connection. The total size for the update is dependent on what version of Android the smartphone currently has before installation The Android KitKat update is meant to add changes and improvements, such as support for the Samsung Galaxy Gear and the ability to uninstall applications by using a drag and drop motion. AT&T has also noted that the update to the Samsung Galaxy S4 will bring improved call quality.

Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S4 that have service through AT&T, and do not want to wait for the rollout, can begin checking for the approved update immediately through the settings pane within Android.

Source: AT&T Support


Samsung Unveils its Flagship Galaxy S5 Smartphone

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 25, 2014 12:02AM
Author: bp9801


The Mobile World Congress kicked off today, with plenty of new smartphones and tablets expected to be unveiled during the show. One of the biggest names in the market, Samsung, started things off with a bang, as it officially announced the Galaxy S5 smartphone. If you get flashbacks to the Galaxy S4 and SIII when looking at the S5, you aren't alone. Samsung is sticking with the same rounded rectangle shape on the outside (just with an improved back for extra grip), however it's all the interior components that really set this new flagship phone apart. The S5 features a 5.1-inch, 1920x1080 Super AMOLED display (slightly larger than the S4's 5-inch screen), is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor (faster CPU, GPU, and memory bus speeds), and runs Android 4.4.2, albeit with Samsung's TouchWiz skin on top.

Samsung has outfitted the Galaxy S5 with 2GB of RAM, either 16 or 32GB of storage that can be expanded to 128GB via microSD, and 802.11ac MIMO for download speeds up to 867MBps. The Category 4 LTE can do 150Mbps down and 50Mbps, provided your carrier is even capable of those speeds. You can even download over WiFi and LTE at the same time for even faster speeds, just try not to blow past your monthly data allotment in a single sitting. Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC are included on the S5, as is an IR blaster to control your Samsung TV. A 2800mAh battery powers the whole thing, with up to ten hours of Internet browsing on LTE and 12 hours of video playback promised. Charging the phone is handled via a micro-USB 3.0 port, just like the one on the Galaxy Note 3.

A 16-megapixel camera with LED flash sits on the rear, while a 2-megapixel one sits up front. Samsung has outfitted the camera with a hybrid autofocus lens and an improved image sensor, with the company promising a 0.3 second autofocus time and "advanced HDR" capabilities. The camera interface itself has been revamped, so hopefully that means an even easier time taking pictures. Next to the rear camera's LED flash is a heartbeat sensor; just hold your finger over it and see what your heartbeat is after a workout or run (or other activities).

Samsung's Galaxy S5 is scheduled to arrive April 11 in the U.S., but no word on which carriers (probably all the major ones) or at what price. It'll come in black, blue, gold, and white, with other "designer colors" and patterns arriving later.

Source: Ars Technica and Time Tech



BlackBerry Messenger Spreading to Windows Phone

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 24, 2014 11:59AM
Author: Brentt Moore

With the recent release of BlackBerry Messenger 2.0 earlier this month, BlackBerry is showing that it is fully committed to supporting its free messaging application across multiple devices. Currently, BlackBerry Messenger is available for BlackBerry, Android, and iOS devices. A new announcement made by BlackBerry at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona notes that the messaging application will be coming to Windows Phone devices this summer. Users of the Windows Phone operating system will be able to download BlackBerry Messenger through the Windows Store. The application will allow for free voice calls over Wi-Fi or a mobile data connection with BlackBerry Messenger contacts, provide chat capabilities with one other person or groups of up to 50 individuals, and more.

Also announced by BlackBerry is that the messaging application will be available for the Nokia X once it officially launches.

Source: PCWorld


Nokia Releases Modern Mayor for Windows Phone

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 20, 2014 01:54PM
Author: Brentt Moore

The Nokia Corporation is diving into the game development market by releasing a new free-to-play title for Windows Phone smartphones. Compatible only with Windows Phone 8 devices, Modern Mayor is a title that puts city leadership responsibility upon gamers. In the game, players must save a dying town and turn it into a thriving environment that it once was before it started to decline. Players are able to do this by controlling various aspects of the city from the position of town mayor, which include items such as construction, cleanup, and local charitable donations that can be made through in-app purchases.

Source: Engadget



NFC Payments Being Considered by MasterCard and Visa

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 19, 2014 08:14PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Although the ability to use NFC for a purchase has existed for quite some time now in the form of Google Wallet and Isis, many credit card companies have been hesitant to offer their own competing service. That soon may change however, as MasterCard and Visa are currently working on trials that would help incorporate NFC payments for the two credit card giants. Both entities would use a new feature found in Android 4.4, known as Host Card Emulation. The technology allows credit card information to pass directly to a payment terminal through a smartphone without any information being locally stored.

The specification, at this point in time, is in the process of being finalized. Sometime in the first half of this year, MasterCard and Visa are expected to provide more details on the implementation of NFC payments, using Host Card Emulation found in Android KitKat.

Source: Engadget



Public Beta of Opera Max Now Available

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 19, 2014 12:20PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Opera Max, which is an application that uses server side compression in order to promote data savings for smartphone users making use of cellular coverage, is now available for users to download in a public beta form. The application takes on others, such as Onavo Extend, which also compress data for users. The data that is compressed by Opera Max must be unencrypted, and all data that is transferred through a smartphone which meets this requirement can be compressed for optimal data savings. Interested users can visit the Google Play Store to download the application, though once it is opened, Opera Max will notify users of how many others are waiting in a queue. As of now, Opera is slowly letting users have access to Opera Max as it revamps its servers to handle the additional load it expects from the new mobile data compression application.

It is worth noting that Opera Max is only available for users running Android 4.0 and higher on their smartphone.

Source: TechHive



Microsoft Launches Bing Fitness Application

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 18, 2014 12:14PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Microsoft has introduced its new health and fitness application that ties into its search engine, Bing. Available for Windows Phone devices, the Bing Health & Fitness application provides workout videos, anatomy information, nutritional information, food journals, a symptom checker, and more. The application is meant to provide mobile users with the ability to maintain physical health through a multitude of different features while providing helpful information along the way. Since the application is available for other platforms besides Windows Phone, any users who owns multiple Windows 8 devices will find that information within the application will synchronize automatically.

Bing Health & Fitness is available for immediate download from the Windows Store and supports 50 different languages.

Source: PC Magazine



Android KitKat Coming to Various Samsung Devices

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 18, 2014 11:40AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Various devices by Samsung will soon be receiving the latest Android 4.4.2 operating system, known as Android KitKat. Samsung announced that the newest version of Android will begin to roll out to devices starting today, and will continue into the coming months. The timeframe of the update being available for download depends of course on specific carriers and devices. Users of devices that will be receiving the update will see notable changes within Android KitKat, including the ability to search for any number through a redesigned dialer along with search results now being queried from both web and application data sources

Samsung devices that will receive the update include the Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy S4 Zoom, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S3 Mini, Galaxy Mega, Galaxy Light, Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Tab 3, Galaxy Note 10.1, and Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.

Source: CNET



HTC Launches Advantage Program

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 18, 2014 11:06AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Starting today, HTC is offering customers who purchase its top of line smartphones brand new, to include the HTC One, HTC One max, and HTC One mini, benefits through a new loyalty program known as HTC Advantage. The program offers many benefits, including free screen replacement if a claim is filed within six months of device purchase, device updates for major Android versions, 25GB or 50GB of free Google Drive storage for two years from the date of device purchase, cloud backup provided by HTC Backup, and support offered through live chat or telephone. The announcement of the new program comes shortly after HTC revealed that it would indeed provide customers with major Android updates for two years.

HTC Advantage is only available to customers who purchase supported aforementioned devices from this day forward, as smartphones purchased prior to the announcement do not qualify for the program.

Source: HTC



HTC Vows to Deliver Android Updates

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 14, 2014 05:06PM
Author: Brentt Moore

In an open forum type discussion between the HTC United States product team and Reddit members, information surrounding Android updates for HTC devices has been revealed. The product team at HTC identified that while the company has not had a good track record previously in terms of Android updates, it will now start supporting all major Android updates for two years going forward. While this is great news for HTC smartphone owners, there are a few catches that apply to customers as well as their handsets. First, the support for all major Android updates will only be provided for new HTC flagship devices. Secondly, the two year support will only be available for customers located within North America.

Source: Engadget



BlackBerry Messenger 2.0 Released

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 13, 2014 05:25PM
Author: Brentt Moore

In a new update to the popular BlackBerry Messaging application, known simply as BBM, a variety of new features are being brought to Android and iOS users. A few key features that can be found within BBM 2.0 include BBM Voice, which allows voice calls to be placed over Wi-Fi or a mobile data connection, and BBM Channels, which provides a forum or chat room like environment. Other features that are included within the BBM update include larger BBM groups, location sharing, attachments, Dropbox integration, and new emotions. 

While the new BBM 2.0 update applies to only Android and iOS users, all of the aforementioned features will also be available for BlackBerry OS 10 phones through BBM 10.3.

Source: TechHive


Details Emerge for LG's G Pro 2 Smartphone, Including Shooting 4K Videos

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 13, 2014 04:51PM
Author: bp9801


Yesterday LG announced its new G Pro 2 smartphone, but information at the time was kind of light. Luckily that has all changed, as now we have a lot more details on this 5.9-inch superphone. For starters, the G Pro 2's screen resolution is 1920x1080, which is the same as other superphones from its competition. Its Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor comes in at 2.26GHz, has 3GB of RAM, either 16 or 32GB of storage (expandable via microSD), the same rear buttons that debuted on the LG G2, and runs Android 4.4 (KitKat). A 2.1-megapixel camera is on the front, while a 13-megapixel one is on the rear. That camera is actually something rather special, as not only has LG outfitted it with optical image stabilization and an improved flash, but the ability to shoot 4K videos too, if you're in a mood for ultra detail and own a display capable of the immense resolution. If 4K isn't your thing (yet), then perhaps shooting Full HD videos at 120 frames per second is more appealing

The LG G Pro 2 will be on display at Mobile World Congress later this month. However, there's still no information on when it'll arrive outside of Korea nor what it'll cost, but we do know the G Pro 2 comes in white, silver, and black colors. Have to start somewhere, right?

Source: PC World and Press Release




LG Announces the G Pro 2 Smartphone Featuring a Massive 5.9-inch Screen

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 12, 2014 10:12PM
Author: bp9801

LG Electronics may not be the first name in smartphones you think of, but it certainly wants to be the biggest. The South Korean company has unveiled a revised version of its G Pro 2 smartphone, with the screensize coming in at a staggering 5.9 inches. It's a bump up from the 5.5-inch screen of the past model, and most definitely puts it in that phone/tablet/phablet realm. The new LG G Pro 2 also includes a 1W speaker system, a first for a smartphone, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Other specifications haven't been disclosed just yet, but expect all of that before long. LG was originally expected to reveal the G Pro 2 at the end of this month, however it appeared to want a headstart on whatever Samsung is going to announce at the Mobile World Congress on February 24. Regardless of the decision, people needing a large smartphone have a new option to consider.

The LG G Pro 2 will be available at the end of this month in South Korea, while a global release date isn't known at this time.

Source: Reuters



Rdio Application Receives Updates for iOS

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 11, 2014 06:00PM
Author: Brentt Moore

In a blog announcement, Rdio has revealed that the latest application update for the music service is bringing customers multiple enhancements and features. The first new feature to grace the iOS application is playlist editing, where users can add, rearrange, and remove tracks to build the ultimate music playlist. Playlist editing is new for iPhone and iPod Touch devices. The second feature implemented is reviews, where users can now post and read reviews of available albums and playlists. Rdio has also changed the application’s user interface, design, and overall performance.

Source: Rdio Blog



Sprint Spark Available In Two Additional Markets

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 11, 2014 04:08PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Sprint has added Baltimore and Philadelphia to its Sprint Spark network offering, making the new tri-band network technology now available in 14 total markets. Customers within these areas will notice speed improvements, as long as capable devices are being used with the network. Sprint Spark makes use of a unique combination of advanced networking capabilities in order to deliver quick mobile data accessibility. Bob Azzi, the chief network officer for Sprint, noted that customers within the two new markets will continue to see speed improvements as the network implementation is optimized. Along with quicker speeds, customers within Baltimore and Philadelphia will notice improved call quality in the coming weeks, with the introduction of high-definition voice on the Sprint Spark network. A phone with HD voice incorporates seven octaves of sound, while a typical phone that does not support the feature only provides four.

Source: Press Release



Verizon Wireless to Offer Nexus 7

Category: Mobile
Posted: February 10, 2014 08:19PM
Author: Brentt Moore

After solving issues that related to 4G LTE connectivity that faced the Nexus 7 from Google, Verizon Wireless has announced that the tablet will soon be featured on the carrier’s network. Available on February 13, 2014, the Google Nexus 7 with 32GB of internal storage will be available online and in retail stores for $349.99. For a limited time, with a two-year activation, the price of the tablet drops to $249.99. Various accessories, such as several cases, will be available from Verizon Wireless once the Nexus 7 is officially launched for the carrier.

For customers that have already purchased a second generation Nexus 7, Verizon Wireless has ensured that an income update will allow the tablet to fully function on 4G LTE network that it offers.

Source: The Verge



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