Pushbullet adds Channels, user-created notification feeds that others can subscribe to


Pushbullet keeps getting better with every update, and today they are adding Channels. It’s basically another way of getting alerts for the things you care about. They can be created by anyone, and others can easily subscribe to them.

Some channels have already been created such as Steam Deals and BBC Top Gear First Drives. Once the Channel creator shares a link or a message to the Channel, all the subscribed users will get the notification on their mobile devices and/or Chrome browser. Channels can also utilize an RSS feed for automatic triggers.

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TiVo Android app finally adds streaming capabilities


The wait is finally over for TiVo users. Using the Android app, you can now stream most of your recorded and live shows directly to your Android device. It appears you will need to be connected to WiFi and some shows could be restricted based on copy protection for either in your home and/or outside your home. That’s the bad news, but the good news is that you can also access Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Instant video from the app. Hit the break for download links.

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Samsung Galaxy A5 shows up at the FCC


There are three new versions of the Galaxy Alpha series floating around, but the A5 seems to be the least shy of the bunch. That usually means that it’s close to release, but another clue is the needed FCC approval.

The Galaxy A5 has officially cleared the FCC, but interestingly enough, it’s only sporting the LTE-FDD Band 5. Could this be a US Cellular only phone? There could be other variants as well, but we at least know that US Cellular customers will have a chance to buy the device.

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The 5 features you need to know about the Galaxy Note Edge is in this Infographic


The Galaxy Note Edge is one unique phone in that it offers an Edge Screen giving you quick access to apps and/or information. Unfortunately it’s going to be quite limited so getting your hands on one won’t be easy, not to mention it won’t be cheap. If you want to learn more about what the Edge Screen will offer than check out the infographic after the break. It highlights 5 key features of the device.

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Nexus 6 will be made by Motorola, QHD display and Moto X-like design included


Next month is shaping up to be a promising one for Google. The company is expected to unveil the next round of Nexus devices and Android L. While the HTC-made Nexus tablet is essentially a lock to debut, the existence of a phone is a little iffy. Today, Google’s phone plans have been confirmed. The Nexus 6 is real and Motorola is behind it.

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