NFL Now Will Be Great For NFL Fans, Even on Mobile

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This week the National Football League (NFL) announced plans to deliver a brand new NFL gameday experience to fans everywhere like never before. Finally embracing the digital age and taking mobile seriously, we’ll soon have a brand new NFL Now app for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. NFL Now is for more than mobile devices, […]

Android 4.5 Concept Shows a Better Out of Box Experience

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Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat software is only 3 months old, but it’s never too early to start imagining the future. As such, designers and developers have already started dreaming up what’s next for Google with renders and concepts for the next software release. Android 4.5 Licorice (or Lollipop) is already on designers minds, and this […]

HTC M8 Mini Tipped to Take on the Moto G

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Most of our attention as of late has been on the new HTC One (M8) flagship smartphone that’s destined to be the successor to the popular HTC One of 2013. While we know tons about it already, we’re now hearing it will have a companion in the HTC One M8 Mini. At the moment there’s […]

Red Nexus 5 Release Date Rumored

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Last week rumors started swirling thanks to a few reports and leaks suggesting Google was preparing to launch a revamped Google Play Store listing of the Nexus 5, complete with nearly 8 different color options. Fast forward to today and while those rumors could still be accurate, the most up to date details are that […]

Sprint LG G Flex: Hands-On with its Unique Curves

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The G Flex is finally here in the US, a bendable and curved smartphone from LG, and it’s about to launch on three of the four major carriers within the first few weeks of February. Today we’re taking a look at the Sprint LG G Flex, but the device will also be available with AT&T […]

How to Watch Super Bowl XLVIII On Android or iPhone

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With tons of excitement around Super Bowl XLVIII millions of fans will likely be trying to watch the game any way then can. From it possibly being Peyton Manning’s last chance at another ring, or the fact that this game will be played in the cold New Jersey open air breeze, it has all the […]

Android and iPhone to Replace Hotel Keys in NYC

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When it comes to checking into a hotel and remembering to carry around your room key, we can all agree the system could be better, especially in this digital age we live in. I’ve been dreaming of being able to use my smartphone to open my hotel room for years, and it’s about to finally […]

HTC M8 Leaks Confirm a Major Change for HTC

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There is a major change coming to HTC smartphones in 2014 that some may or may not like, at least if the multiple leaks and rumors as of late are accurate. The HTC One’s successor, codenamed the HTC M8, is sounding more and more like an excellent phone with each new set of details we […]

How to Block Unwanted Calls on Android

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Smartphones are wonderful tools that are invaluable to our daily lives, but nothing frustrates me more than getting spam phone calls on my personal cell phone. Not the throw away home phone, but my actual cell phone. Chatting with friends, family, and co workers is extremely easy thanks to smartphones, but sadly there’s those moments […]

South Korea Bans Smartphone Bloatware, Will the US Follow?

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Carriers and manufacturers both love to fill our smartphones and tablets full of what many consider bloatware. Applications that come pre-installed out of the box, most of which we’ll never ever use. The worst part about all these “feature-filled apps” is bloatware can’t be removed from your device. A prime example is getting a new […]

AT&T LG G Flex Curves Onto Shelves February 4th

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The curved and flexible smartphone known as the LG G Flex is about to finally arrive from multiple carriers in the US. After first being announced with Sprint, earlier this week we confirmed AT&T would offer the device starting January 24th. AT&T announced pre-orders would start today, January 24th, but gave no details as to […]

How to Type Faster on Android: 5 Tips & Tricks

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When it comes to typing on your Android smartphone and tablet there’s plenty of options and 3rd party keyboards which aim to improve the experience or make you faster. From Swype, Swiftkey, to even Google’s own keyboard right on the Play Store. If you’re one of the millions that simply hunt and peck or tap […]

Drizly Mobile App Delivers Booze to Your Door in Under 60 Minutes

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Getting food and groceries delivered right to your door is nothing new, even for users ordering from a mobile device, but what if you could do the same when it came to alcohol? A new start-up called Drizly aims to do exactly that and be the Amazon Prime Air of booze. It’s called Drizly and […]

Sony Xperia Z1s Release Delivers 20.7MP Camera to T-Mobile

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Sony announced the company’s latest flagship smartphone for the US earlier this month at the annual Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, and now less than a few weeks later it’s available online and in stores. After launching initially with online-only orders, starting today the impressive Sony Xperia Z1s waterproof smartphone can be yours on […]

TurboTax SnapTax: 10 Minute Tax Filing from Android or iPhone

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We know it’s only January, but if you’re like millions of Americans you probably dread tax season and procrastinate until the last week, then rush to get everything done in the middle of April. This year TurboTax wants to change all that and make filing easier than ever. Today TurboTax announced SnapTax 2013, its solution […]

Moto X in Stylish Walnut, Teak, and Ebony Wood Available Now

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After months and months of waiting, and a few delays, Motorola is finally ready to mass produce the smartphone they’re offering that’s also made out of wood. We’re talking about the Moto X of course, which comes full of free customization options, and now a paid wood alternative. Confirmed last week by Motorola, this afternoon […]

Moto X in Walnut: Hands-On With a Piece of Art

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After months of waiting Motorola is finally ready to start mass producing smartphones made of wood. Yes, the Moto X is available today with an option for a Bamboo back, but now Walnut, Ebony, and Teak finishes are coming January 21st. It first launched with 18 colors and accent options, but now we have a […]

How to Add Words to the Dictionary on Android

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Typing on our smartphones and tablets has improved immensely over the past few years. Google’s own keyboard is getting smarter and smarter, and third party alternatives like SwiftKey and Swype are excellent. However, there is a dictionary on Android it tries to follow, and as a result some words or names always get corrected, even […]

Moto X Wood Backs Now $25 in Four Flavors

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Motorola has been busy with a few new smartphones full of customization options, and one in particular is the Moto X. The company offers nearly 18 different colors to choose from, all for free, and previously a Bamboo wood (ok, Grass) option for an additional $100, but today we have good news. This morning Motorola […]

How to Disable Auto Screen Rotation on Android

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If you’re like me, you’ve probably been laying in bed browsing Gotta Be Mobile or scanning through Twitter, and had to deal with and fight the battle of your phone or tablets screen rotating. This is actually a feature, believe it or not, and in settings there’s an “auto-rotate screen” option that can be disabled. […]