Owners of the Sprint HTC One M8 and the HTC One M8 Harmon Kardon Edition will be getting new camera features tonight when the HTC Eye Experience update rolls out. In a Twitter post, HTC's Mo Versi said that both phones received technical approval for the HTC Eye software update. The update will be deployed tonight over-the-air.
AT&T had announced that LG's circular G Watch R smartwatch will join its portfolio of devices sometime in the future in the U.S. The wireless carrier said that exact pricing and availability information will be coming at a later date, so at this time we don't know any specifics as to when you can pick up the watch or how much it will cost from an AT&T retail store.
With kids back in school and budgets tight, prepaid carriers are often the way to go for anyone with a smartphone. Instead of paying your monthly bill after having used your wireless service, you pay beforehand for a set bucket of data.
Big Huge Games, best know for creating the acclaimed PC strategy game Rise of Nations several years ago, has been reformed by its original co-founders and will release its first game, DomiNations, for Android devices sometime in 2015.
Microsoft is now giving all of its Office 365 subscribers free unlimited cloud storage space via its OneDrive service. The roll out will begin today and will continue over the next several months. That means people will be able to store any amount of data on OneDrive for as low as $6.99 a month with an Office 365 Personal subscription.
Anybody shopping for Android apps, accessories, smartphones, or tablets will want to take a skim through these sales we've scrounged up from around the web. Every day, we comb through these sales to make sure they're fresh and accurate, and try to find a few more. Latest additions will be at the top of each list. For apps, Google Play stuff is at the top, and Amazon App Store sales are at the bottom.
As always, if you find any sales out out there that aren't listed, let us know in the comments!
The LG G Watch R is upon us, and LG's first round smartwatch is gradually becoming available around the world. It's a dramatic departure from the original G Watch, with a circular stainless steel body and a bold new design, not to mention a brighter P-OLED display. We've already put the G Watch R through its paces in our full review, but if you want a quick overview of everything that's going on with LG's latest Android Wear device, be sure to check out our video walkthrough after the break!
Samsung is holding its second Developer Conference in November, and has announced the list of keynote speakers. At the conference, which is scheduled to run from November 11 - 13 in San Francisco, Samsung will be focusing on new areas of growth, which include smart health, smart home, wearables and virtual reality.
Fitbit has announced three new fitness wearables today, the Charge, Charge HR, and Surge. All three devices will track your steps, sleep and more. The Charge is available today, while the Charge HR and Surge will both be available in early 2015.
Amazon has fired off a salvo against Google's Chromecast and the Roku Stick with the just announced Fire TV Stick. The HDMI streaming video dongle is now available for pre-order for $39, with shipments beginning on November 19. However, current and new members of Amazon Prime can get the Fire TV Stick for just $19 for the next two days.
After announcing plans to launch the OnePlus One via an e-commerce partner in the country later this year, OnePlus is now stating that the device in India will be initially sold through the invite-only system followed by other launch countries. The silver lining is that the invites will be specific to India, and that they will be "neither scarce nor impossible to come by."
Asus is targeting the entry-level market with its latest tablet in the MeMO Pad series, the awkwardly named MeMO Pad 10 Me103K. Set to retail for $199 in black or white color variants, the tablet offers a 10-inch 1280 x 800 display, 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU and Android 4.4 KitKat.
Google acquired satellite startup Skybox earlier this year, and now the search giant has announced the Skybox for Good program, through which Google will provide non-profit organizations and projects access to real-time satellite imagery.
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