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Sprint Looks to Lose 879K Subscribers During Network Upgrades

Sprint Looks to Lose 879K Subscribers During Network Upgrades

  According to financial analysts, Sprint may report their biggest subscriber loss period ever in the coming weeks. As many as 879,000 subscribers may have jumped the Sprint ship in the second quarter. This loss, while very large, may be due to Sprint trying to better serve their customers in the future. With the dominance […]

Sony Xperia Z3 Specs Leak Out

Sony Xperia Z3 Specs Leak Out

This morning, Evleaks leaked out some of the specs of the Xperia Z3, which look pretty similar to the Xperia Z2 that was launched at Mobile World Congress in February. The model number is said to be the D6653, and sport a 5.15-inch 1080p display – likely to be IPS again like the Xperia Z2. […]

Best Android Smartphone, Tablet, and Accessory Deals for July 23rd, 2014

Best Android Smartphone, Tablet, and Accessory Deals for July 23rd, 2014

It’s hump day, and there are plenty of great deals in tech today. And as always we are here to share them with you. Smartphones LG G3 AT&T (White, Black), Sprint (Black, Gold), Verizon (Black) – $99 on Contract Samsung Galaxy S5 on AT&T (Black, White, Gold) – $0.00 on Contract Samsung Galaxy S5 G900H 16GB Unlocked – $599.99 Verizon […]

Amazon Adds more Songs and Artists to Prime Music

Amazon Adds more Songs and Artists to Prime Music

Amazon recently launched their own streaming music app, which is actually the old Amazon MP3 App on Android. It’s been renamed to Prime Music. So now if you subscribe to Amazon Prime, you can also get unlimited streaming music on your device or your laptop/desktop. It’s pretty cool, but the only thing is, there’s not […]

YouTube’s Much Rumored Subscription Music Service Put on Hold, Again

YouTube’s Much Rumored Subscription Music Service Put on Hold, Again

Well this is interesting. We’ve been hearing for months now, actually closer to a year, that YouTube was working on a subscription music service. Which was a bit confusing and we thought it might be redundant since the company already has a subscription music service, Google Play Music All Access. But then again having YouTube […]

Fleksy v3.0 Launches with new Premium Themes, and 17 New Languages

Fleksy v3.0 Launches with new Premium Themes, and 17 New Languages

This morning, Fleksy announced version 3.0 of it’s minimal keyboard. The headlining features of this update include a few new premium themes. They are kinda doing what Swiftkey did with their latest update, and that is bringing in more revenue with their own store. In this case, Fleksy has 6 premium themes that are available […]

NVIDIA’s SHIELD Tablet Won’t Suffer from a Shortage of Games

NVIDIA’s SHIELD Tablet Won’t Suffer from a Shortage of Games

For many people, gaming is a lifestyle. Gamers, eat, breathe, and live for gaming. NVIDIA wanted to help gamers quench that thirst for gaming by creating a tablet that allows gamers to play Android Games, PC Games, stream games from servers, and even stream it to your TV. All of this can be done with the […]

Liberio Reaches Public Beta, Lets you Publish your eBooks Directly from Google Drive

Liberio Reaches Public Beta, Lets you Publish your eBooks Directly from Google Drive

Everyone has their favourite method of reading, whether its by using tablets or Kindle e-readers, or even the very old-fashioned method of just grabbing a paperback. Being an avid reader, it’s quite easy to take the variety of available content for granted with no thoughts necessary about how the book itself came into being, because […]