Siegefall, announced by popular developer Gameloft during E3 2015, is now available to download on the Google Play Store. A lot of mobile games was announced at E3 2015, and Siegefall was one of the more impressive ones to launch since the conference.
LG’s wireless carrier, LG U+, has announced plans to deploy their new GIGA multi pass technology which can theoretically deliver speeds in excess of 1.17 Gbps by combining Wi-Fi with LTE. That move will be followed later in the year with plans to double the speed to more than 2 Gbps. Read more
Do you find wireless charging very slow? Well that is all about to change very soon. The Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) announced today that a new Qi wireless power standard is coming. It is similar to Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 technology meaning it should be very fast.
It was only last year when Google launched Chromebox for meetings, which consists of a Chromebox, camera, speakers, and some other hardware designed for small businesses to be able to video conference. Now Google has launched a brand new Chromebox for meetings bundle aimed at large businesses. The original bundle could handle up to eight people in one room for $999 while the new version can do up to 20 people in one room for $1,999.
Want to use one of the best messaging apps but don’t have a Facebook account? Then go ahead and use Facebook’s Messenger. The app was updated to allow those without Facebook accounts to take advantage of a slew of Messenger’s features, such as sending photos and videos, placing video and voice calls, and sharing stickers. Facebook only requires you to connect your phone number.
The account-less sign up for Messenger is active in the United States, Canada, Peru, and Venezuela.
The Moto Hint, Motorola’s subtle wireless earbud, is discounted directly from its manufacturer. Motorola has lowered the price of the Moto Hint to $99, down $50 from its original price.
Two multimedia receivers from Kenwood that feature Android Auto are now shipping from select retailers. The DDX9702S and DDX9902S, priced at $900 and $950, respectively, can be installed to instantly give vehicles a connected car platform. Although those prices seem steep, developers are looking to Android Auto to integrate their services and maintain a single experience across multiple devices.
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Finally, Microsoft’s Office apps work seamlessly across Android phones and tablets. The company announced today that its Office apps gained support for Android phones after being in preview for five weeks. Testing was completed with nearly 2,000 different models in eighty-three countries. Feedback from thousands of users helped the service being fine tuned on the form factor.
Ever hear of the Axon Phone or the company behind it? Neither have we or anyone else. Invites were sent out on Tuesday for event being held in New York City next month to showcase the mysterious device. It turns out, however, that the Axon Phone will come from a very familiar company as an exclusive device for consumers in the United States.
A deal has been struck and approved by a court in Ontario for Rogers Communications, Inc. to purchase small wireless carrier Mobilicity in a deal valued at $465 million. Mobility has been under creditor protection since September 2013 and has been the subject of a bit of a bidding war that includes Telus Corporation. Although Mobilicity is small, the company does possess valuable spectrum, hence the interest from the larger carriers. Read more