Samsung tends to get its devices as much exposure as possible. From the Academy Awards to the LeBron James spots, Samsung is there. So how is the company going after women that are very much into style? Vogue magazine. Samsung and the magazine have come together for a six page spread that features the Galaxy S 5, Gear Fit, and Gear 2. To humanize this spread that will be seen in eleven countries, English supermodel Eliza Cummings is showcasing Samsung’s products.
Hit the source link to get a look at what Samsung and Vogue have to offer.
Source: Samsung Tomorrow
Unquestionably, theScore is one of the best sports applications someone can download. From the constant flow of score and news updates to the very smooth design, theScore knows how to make people happy. So for the upcoming World Cup, theScore is being updated to bring people as close to Brazil as they can. Read more
Today T-Mobile announced a new program called “Underground”, which they introduced to sell limited-stock devices. This would include devices like the Porsche Design BlackBerry’s and the Vertu.
T-Mobile described Underground as a place for “exclusive and performance-centric devices reserved for the true enthusiast”. They also mentioned that the devices sold through the program will be limited stock. Currently the only device being sold is the gold Samsung Galaxy S5. While a number of carriers will have the gold Galaxy S5, the hope is that the program will evolve and go on to offer some truly limited-stock devices.
In case you haven’t been paying attention to your calendar too closely, next week is the Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3, which means we will likely see a bunch of gaming related news over the next few days. The latest that might interest Android gamers involves the Mad Catz M.O.J.O. micro-console and OnLive, the online gaming service. The companies have announced the completion of a project to optimize the OnLive Android app so that it will run on the M.O.J.O. This will give users of the OnLive service access to over 250 AAA games via the PlayBack game service as well as their own library of games via the CloudLift service on the M.O.J.O. Read more
We already know that the Moto X+1 and Moto 360 are Motorola’s flagship smartphone and smartwatch, respectively. A bit of information found by Hello Moto HK through Motorola’s Bug2Go software reveals that the Moto X+1 will indeed be available on all four of the United States’ biggest carriers. Aside from Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile being mentioned, there are variants for Latin America and other unspecified locations. Also found was a listing for the Moto 360, but we are not quite sure what the different codenames are for. One goes by xWatch and the others go by xClock. Read more
Subscribers of Aereo can now use Google Chromecast to watch content on a bigger screen. The service, if you did not know, allows for over-the-air television channels to be streamed and recorded on a multitude of devices. This is really for people that are hardcore cable cutters that need at least some broadcast TV in their lives. So now there is a cheap option for Aereo subscribers to pair the service with a streaming stick for a television. The changelog for the update to the Aereo app notes that the feature is in beta, so be patient when it comes to any issues.
Hit the break for a new Aereo ad along with download links. Read more
If I asked you which phone is Motorola’s best selling phone of all time, you would probably answer with the Moto X. You would be wrong as it is the Moto G, which is a budget phone. Budget phones are generally laughed at, but they happen to part of the fastest growing segment. With 70% of the worldwide population using a flip phone or feature phone, they are unlikely to upgrade to a flagship when they finally join the smartphone craze. They could opt for a Moto G, but Motorola is now offering something that is even more budget-friendly. The Moto E promises to be built to last and priced for all. You can’t argue that $129 isn’t an amazing price for a contract free and unlocked smartphone, but is it too good to be true? Well hit the break to get started.
Well folks, the title says it all.
AT&T will be giving away $50 of Google Play credit to customers who purchase a new phone or tablet (with a new 2 year contract) from now until June 17.
After you purchase a new device, you’ll have to redeem a code. From that point, the code will expire on May 15, 2015. You’ll have to have (or create) a Google Wallet account before you redeem the code, though. The cool thing about the deal is that you can purchase up to 10 new devices and you’ll get the $50 credit on all of them, so you can buy new phones for the whole family.
It is an online only deal though, so make sure you don’t make your orders through the store if you want to take advantage of the deal.
Over the past month we’ve seen a couple rumors about a forthcoming device from Samsung that can be classified as either a really large smartphone or a small tablet. Both of these rumors focused on a device with a 7-inch screen. One suggested the device will be released in South Korea as the Samsung Galaxy W while another rumor indicated Samsung intended to classify the device as a smartphone even though it shared a screen size along the lines of a tablet device. Now some entries from the Zauba import tracking web site indicate Samsung is working on a 6.3-inch device that could possibly be coming to AT&T. Read more
Cricket Wireless, AT&T’s subsidiary for prepaid mobile services, will be offering the mid-range LG L70 for $49.99 with a $50 mail-in rebate this Friday. The rebate will be in the form of a Cricket Visa Promotion Card.
Hit the break for specs on the device.