Oh, wicked is the scourge of geographic restrictions! Samsung has debuted a free and unlimited streaming service for its range of high-end Galaxy devices today, but it’s only available in the United States. The Slacker-powered service has a beautiful, very un-Samsung interface, and allows fine-tuning one of 200 stations. The full feature list is below,
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TELUS, along with 10 other Canadian carriers, will be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S5 in April — probably April 11th. Pre-registrations, which is basically dropping down your email address to be kept informed of the launch, went live back on February 24th. We have now been informed that the release is near and TELUS will
If the 10-inch Android tablets are simply too small for you then you might want to consider getting a size bigger at 12.2-inches. Samsung has officially released the GALAXY NotePRO 12.2-inch to Canadians for $769.99. This Android-powered tablet is aimed directly at the professional market as it offers S Pen and Multi Window functionality, and
A small update to the ever-improving Touchless Control app on the Moto X now allows users to ask, “What’s up?” or say “Read Notifications” to have the Android voice engine read out the latest emails, tweets and messages. While it’s only optimized for US English, it should work fine if the system language is set
Right on schedule is TELUS with the release of the 16GB Nexus 5 in Bright Red. The prices, as expected, are in-line with the black version at $0 on a 2 year term or $500 retail. Everything about the LTE enabled KitKat powered device is the same and sports a 5-inch display (1920x 1080 resolution),
The last big update from Rogers “OS Upgrades” schedule was that the HTC One would receive the upgrade to KitKat on January 31st. This was true and Rogers and HTC delivered OS 4.4 before any North American carrier. Rogers also noted that the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Note 3 would be “coming soon”
Google is celebrating the second birthday of its Play Store content portal with a number of free and discounted apps, games, movies and books. While the deals are not groundbreaking, there are a number of popular titles like Badland and Fifa 14, as well as newer titles like QuizUp and Royal Revolt 2, on offer.
Remember when Apple triumphed over Samsung in a patent infringement case where the judge awarded the California-based company over $1 billion in damages? It’s OK if you don’t — the decision was made all the way back in August 2012. Since then, Apple has been awarded a second, smaller amount, and the two companies agreed
With its latest update, Bing for Android is turning into a pretty useful little app. While most Android users are loathe to use a competitor’s engine, and Google’s search dominance is well established, Microsoft is approaching the game from another angle. It is offering users a simple, clean interface with a heavy emphasis on images.
Sony officially announced the Xperia Z2 Tablet at Mobile World Congress last week. This is a follow-up to the Xperia tablet Z that launched last year and sports a 10.1-inch display 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 8MP rear camera with an Exmor RS sensor, 6000mAh battery, running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. A