If you’re interested in getting started with programming, we’ve got a packed bundle full of material that should get you started in multiple different coding languages. There’s over 80 hours worth of courses covering everything from Python and Ruby to web development, and an example social media site to create to get your feet wet. It’s hard to get more comprehensive than that. Read more
If you are in the market for a family plan, T-Mobile is hoping to entice you to jump over to their network with a new Simple Choice family plan launching on May 11th. Consumers do have to sign up for at least four lines of service, but if they do they will get 6GB of LTE data on each line at a cost of $30 per line per month, or $120 per month for a family of four. Additional lines can be added for only $20 per month. Read more
You may not be able to get your hands on a new Samsung Gear 360 quite yet, and we don’t know when the day will come when you can, but while you wait Samsung is providing plenty of material to help you get up to speed on using the Gear 360. The company has posted a page on their web site covering a wide range of topics from the very basics, like charging the battery, to selecting video shooting modes and then sharing your videos and images. Read more
Amazon has announced a new service to compete with YouTube called ‘Amazon Video Direct.’ Similar to YouTube, creators can upload video content to the service and get paid.
Although much of the attention on self-driving cars has focused mainly on Google and to some extent other auto manufacturers that are jumping in the race, Samsung recently launched a new division in hopes of playing a key role in the new market. Sources indicate Samsung has created a task force within their System LSI unit to focus on development of processor chips to be used in self-driving vehicles. Read more
A new report says that Samsung is working on a feature similar to that of BlackBerry Hub. This report comes by way of SamMobile, saying that it’ll be called Samsung Focus and launch alongside the upcoming Galaxy Note 6.
Lenovo has launched a new smartphone in India: the Zuk Z1. It’s got hefty specifications, but the unique thing about this smartphone is that it’s actually running Cyanogen OS.
LG announced today that it will be reshuffling its mobile division. CEO Cho Juno sent a letter to employee’s saying that the company needs “to change the way we work to move faster and lighter.”
It was just a few days ago that Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Active made an unofficial appearance with AT&T branding, as seen in the image above. While it was assumed that it would come with similar hardware as the regular Galaxy S7, its specifications have been leaked today on a benchmarking site. Read more
While Xiaomi launched its monster Mi Max handset earlier today with a 6.44-inch Full HD display, the Chinese manufacturer also took the wraps off of the latest version of its firmware, MIUI 8. The firmware is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and comes with a new design and a number of new features. Join us after the break for more details. Read more