Next year, Sony will release a very large tablet. It is being reported by DigiTimes that the Japanese company is about to start mass producing a tablet that has a display exceeding the 12-inch mark. With Sony no longer active in the personal computer market, it looks like high-end tablets are the target.
For fans of Frozen, there is no better offer right now. The film’s entire soundtrack is available for free from Google Play. Both Apple and Amazon have the same package for $6.99, but Google’s does not cost a penny. It has everything from “Let It Go” to instrumental pieces and other versions of some songs, totalling an impressive thirty-two songs.
[Frozen (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – Google Play Link]
Last week, OnePlus was banned from selling devices in India. The company was shutout in the country due to the deal that hardware manufacturer Micromax made with Cyanogen. However, the High Court in Dehli found the ban to be unnecessary and has thus lifted it for now. The court claims that OnePlus and Micromax serve different markets. It is true because the quality of a OnePlus device is much better than one of Micromax’s. The lift, though, is temporary and the judge that served the ban is obligated to revisit the case in two weeks.
Source: Economic Times
The National Football League is a multi-billion dollar machine that keeps growing. The NFL agreed to a deal with Facebook that provides the social network with an abundance of video content covering highlights, fantasy football tips, and news from all thirty-two teams. The videos will arrive on Tuesday, December 30.
We always see a bunch of apps and games on sale for Christmas and New Years, but this has to be the most I have ever seen. Not only are there so many apps and games on sale, but they are discounted as much as 80%. We are talking 100+ titles for a savings of over $350.
I know a lot of other sites offer similar lists, but we also give you the regular pricing so you can decide whether it’s a good enough deal for you. Hit the break for our massive roundup, and be sure to check this post regularly as we will be updating it as more apps and games go on sale.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite was the perfect tablet for the light connoisseur of technology, whether you’re a young child looking to play Angry Birds, or an older adult just looking to read. The price was pretty attractive too, currently at $140 with free shipping from Samsung’s website. Read more
Sprint’s prepaid wireless service, Boost Mobile, announced today that you can pick up the ZTE Speed for $100 off contract. The ZTE Speed doesn’t offer much in terms of specs, but getting Android 4.4 KitKat on a budget phone definitely isn’t something to scoff at. Read more
Patent lawsuits in the mobile industry are nothing new, and Samsung is surely one of the more prominent initiators of said lawsuits, as mostly evidenced by its ongoing volley against Apple, which Apple returns in kind.
In August, Kyocera launched a smartphone with a sapphire display. The specifications were rather mediocre and everyone was left wanting more. It was expected that the iPhone 6 would launch with the technology, but Apple did not make that happen. So the door is open for a company to step forward with a device that has both cutting edge specifications behind a durable piece of glass. A report from DigiTimes pegs Xiaomi as the company to beat Apple to producing a handset with a sapphire display.
International threats, hacking scandals, a major production company brought to its knees and a hilarious Dr. Evil Saturday Night Live bit later, these past couple of months have been a wild ride for Sony’s film The Interview. Starring James Franco and Seth Rogan, the premise of the film is centered around two talk show hosts being tasked with assassinating the dictator of North Korea, Kim Jong-un.
It is widely believed, even by the FBI, that North Korea is responsible for retaliating against Sony with a massive data breach that exposed many terabytes of confidential information from Sony’s computers to the world. The data released globally ranged from completed films like Annie to medical records of famous celebrities. Read more