US Cellular has detailed its Black Friday sales for customers, and they include savings on phones, up to $400 in promotional cards when switching and more. Existing customers should head to their local US Cellular store before Thanksgiving in order to receive two free gigs of data for the next two months.
Google is previewing a big update to Android Studio, bumping it up to version 2.0 with some big speed improvements. The key feature of this update is its speed, and how much faster developers will be able to build and deploy their apps. A new instant run feature allows you to quickly see the changes running either on your device or an emulator.
Qualcomm has detailed in a new blog post how the company is able to assist in improving low-light photos and video. Over the past year, we've seen smartphone cameras improve quickly, and behind many of the best smartphones is Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor, which actually assists in the pictures.
Google, like most tech companies, have lots of concepts and ideas for new products that never get out of the prototype stage. One of them, as it turns out, was a communicator badge that worked much like the one that the crew of the Enterprise NCC-1701 D used in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Square is now rolling out a new version of its card reader, one that accepts NFC payments and EMV chip cards alike. This allows small businesses to start accepting contactless payment services like Android Pay and Samsung Pay, along with chip cards, which have recently been rolling out in the United States.
Motorola has announced that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is now available for Moto X Style in India.
Late last week, Motorola's David Schuster had announced initial deployment of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow upgrade for Moto X Style in both Brazil and India as well as 2014 Moto X (2nd Gen) in Brazil in a Google+ post, and a few users had reported getting the update.
The Foo Fighters have released a new EP, Saint Cecilia, and it's available now for free in Google Play. This EP, which comes as quite a surprise, is in remembrance and honor of those who were affected by the Paris attacks. The new songs have been in the works for a few months, but with the recent events they took on a new meaning.
ZTE is currently hosting its Cyber Week deal which brings savings on a number of the company's products for the whole week. You can save up to $100 off the price of an Axon Pro, $100 off the Spro 2 WiFi smart projector, and much more.
Kmashi's waterproof Bluetooth speaker is on sale for $22 with coupon code AQTSBZHK from Amazon, a savings of $38 from its normal price of $60. Not only is the speaker portable, durable, and waterproof, but it also has a built-in 4800mAh battery pack to keep your tablet or smartphone charged as well.
No one likes adverts, but they do help fund various services and online properties (including Mobile Nations!). While many see them as a way to support the content they enjoy, there are times when adverts can be intrusive or downright obstructive, especially on mobile. UK mobile operator EE is stepping in to lend customers a hand.
Withings Activité Pop is a wearable device that offers fitness and sleep tracking, Bluetooth LE connectivity and eight-month battery life in a form factor that's akin to traditional timepieces. The watch debuted earlier this year for £119 in the UK, and Amazon is now running a deal through which you can snag the smartwatch for £74.
Opera Max, the Android app that can help you reduce mobile data usage across various apps and services on your phone, has today announced a new feature sure to please music lovers everywhere. Streaming music is a big data user and now Opera Max can integrate with some of the leading providers to help you still get your tunes but use less data while you're filling your ears.
Google is running a new promotion in the run up to the launch of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which will allow you to choose your favorite side of the Force. Once you've selected either Light or Dark, Google apps like Gmail, Maps, YouTube, Chrome and others will reflect said choice.
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