I could have made a list of all the reasons why I would never personally own a motorcycle and carry the list around in case anyone ever asked, but now I can just point to this terrifying video instead. More →
T-Mobile has had a ton of success over the last year thanks to its aggressive “Un-carrier” moves that have given subscribers more value for their money and have been imitated throughout the industry. However, the reach of T-Mobile’s wireless network remains a thorn in the company’s side and it looks like it’s going to be very hard to fix. More →
Even people who don’t like football will often tune into the Super Bowl just for the ads, which are the best and most creative the advertising industry has to offer. To give you a preview of coming attractions, we’ve picked out eight great ads you’ll see this Sunday during the big game. Check them out below! More →
If you thought that 2K resolution is a bit too much for a smartphone featuring a display that’s barely bigger than 5 inches diagonally, then you might be shocked to learn handset makers aren’t stopping there. MyLGPhones has discovered a file on LG’s website that seems to indicate the upcoming LG G4’s display will have a 3K resolution. More →
The ZeroLemon Solar Juice is a brilliant way to recharge your mobile device using nothing but solar energy. The ZeroLemon Solar Juice has a capacity of 20,000mAh, which far exceeds the capacities of popular mobile smart phones and tablets, ensuring that you will always have enough power to keep your device functioning. More →
There’s no worse feeling than having the battery on your phone die. It’s like having all of your closest friends suddenly vanish off the face of the Earth, which is why the Super Bowl commercial from smartphone case maker Mophie is going to resonate with anyone who has ever owned a smartphone. More →
On Thursday we covered a very cool new gadget that can clip onto an iPhone or any other smartphone, tablet or laptop, and it completely changes the way your device captures photos. Unfortunately, the accessory isn’t yet available for purchase and it isn’t scheduled to begin shipping until early this summer. In the meantime, iOS apps can only do so much, but people looking to really up their iPhone 6 photography game already have a variety of nifty accessories to choose from.
Here are five of the coolest ones you can currently get on Amazon: More →
You don’t need a cable subscription to watch Super Bowl XLIX online for free on Sunday, as you can use one of the smart gadgets you already own, including smartphones, tablets and computers, to stream the game and the halftime show. In the post that follows, you’ll get all the information you need to be able to watch the upcoming Seahawks vs. Patriots game on your own terms on Sunday. More →
Another busy week is coming to a close and here on the East Coast, we survived the blizzard that never was. What better way to celebrate than with a fresh list of cool paid iPhone and iPad apps that can be downloaded for free for a limited time? Yesterday’s list was an awesome one, and a few gems are still available for free if you hurry.
Today, we have eight new apps for you that normally cost a combined $42 to download, but they’re all completely free for a short time. More →
Tesla first unveiled its Model X crossover utility vehicle (CUV) back in 2012, although it’s not set to release until later this year. Given that the car is fairly close to launch it’s not surprising to see Tesla testing it out on the road and Seth Weintraub at Electrek directs our attention to new video that shows the Model X going on a test run at the Alameda Airport test track in California.
Apple’s iPhone 6 and BlackBerry’s new Classic smartphone couldn’t possibly be any more different. The latest iPhone features a design that is mind-bogglingly thin and sleek, and it’s made of premium glass and smooth aluminum. The BlackBerry Classic, on the other hand, touts a clunky design and a throwback plastic keyboard as strengths. Apple’s iPhone is supported by the best mobile software ecosystem in the world. Meanwhile, BlackBerry’s mobile platform continues its struggle to woo developers.
And of course, one month of iPhone 6 sales likely amounts to more units than the BlackBerry Classic will sell in its lifetime.
One handset represents the future of mobile computing and the other conjures up the past, but these two polar opposites were pitted against each other in a recent review. More →
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