If you frequently play games on your PC or Android devices, you might be interested in a discount to OnePlay’s subscription service. It offers unlimited access to over 2,000 games for both platforms with new games added on a weekly basis, offering a ton of content for a relatively low price. Read more
Pebble is fleshing out their Kickstarter campaign and trying to drag in any holdouts with a few more limited edition watches. They’re offering a Pebble Time Round in new sleek, polished finishes, and anyone that purchases one through Kickstarter will get a limited edition watch with a special laser engraving on it. Read more
NVIDIA dropped a bomb at E3 2016 about the SHIELD Android TV set-top box, and we’re hoping it keeps up the trend of console-quality games coming to the device. Soon you’ll be able to play Gearbox’s massive Borderlands 2, right on your NVIDIA SHIELD, just like you can with a handful of other titles that have already been released on the platform. Read more
The Honor 5X was an incredible deal when it launched, and it still offers a pretty compelling phone for just $199. One of the biggest problems it’s faced has been its lack of a physical presence in brick and mortar stores, so the only way someone could buy it was through online retailers.
For most phones, that’s not terrible, since it saves money on shipping and distribution. But for a phone that’s gotten as much traction as the 5X, it only makes sense to push into actual stores besides Amazon and Newegg, and that’s what Honor is doing thanks to a new partnership with Best Buy. Read more
Currently the only devices capable of WiFi calling on AT&T’s network are iPhones. Most newer iPhones are able to take advantage of the feature, bypassing AT&T’s network to make phone calls. It’s a useful feature if you’re trying to conserve minutes on a plan or are somewhere that the carrier just doesn’t have great coverage, but it’s been incredibly limited up to this point.
Fortunately for LG G4 users, we’ve got another device that’s officially on board with AT&T’s WiFi calling tech. Read more
T-Mobile is very proud of their Binge On program, and they keep making it better and better. The latest update brings a handful of new partners to the carrier’s unlimited streaming option, which means there are almost 90 video services available to stream without touching your data cap. Pretty impressive stuff. Read more
We’re just a day away from OnePlus making the OnePlus 3 official, but you know that won’t stop the rumor mill from churning out just a few more photos. The latest leak shows off the device, in the flesh, from the front and back. It’s arguably the clearest look we’ve seen, unless you count the press renders and promotional material. Hit the break to check it out. Read more
When it comes to online goods and services, there isn’t much that Amazon doesn’t do. They offer a large video streaming catalog, a digital video storefront, audiobooks and eBooks, and obviously a large selection of physical goods with two-day shipping through Amazon Prime. There are plenty of Amazon-branded services for you to buy into, and it looks like Amazon is going to expand that with an on-demand music streaming subscription, too. Read more
After waiting and waiting for a refreshed Moto X, Lenovo gave us the Moto Z. While the Moto Z doesn’t look like a bad phone (Verizon exclusivity notwithstanding), it’s disappointing to not see a true successor to the Moto X line.
Lenovo dropped some good news, though. The Moto X is still alive and well, as the Moto Z was designed to offer a different experience. That means we should eventually see another Moto X phone! Read more
Facebook recently held their 50th Hackathon event, and one really cool feature has made its way from the coding jam into the wild: videos in comment replies.
Yep, now you’ll be able to reply to posts (or other comments!) with embedded videos, which Facebook thinks should help stir up more communication. Read more