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If You Are Going To McDonalds Today You Can Now Pay Via NFC On Your Android Device

If You Are Going To McDonalds Today You Can Now Pay Via NFC On Your Android Device

Feeling hungry? Well if you are then there is some good news today for hungry Android users. McDonalds have today announced that they are now accepting Near Field Communications (NFC) payments from Android devices. This is the result of a link-up between McDonalds and Softcard. If you have never heard of Softcard then that is […]

Hello Moto: Motorola Unfairly Compared With Apple

Hello Moto: Motorola Unfairly Compared With Apple

For a business that’s between owners, Motorola sure don’t know when to give up. Their recent devices – the 2014 Moto G, Moto X and today’s freshly announced Motorola Droid Turbo shows us that the manufacturer isn’t going to give up and wait for Lenovo’s inspiration. Far from it. The Moto G and Moto X […]

Is the Dell Venue 8 7000 Tablet To Ship End Of November

Is the Dell Venue 8 7000 Tablet To Ship End Of November

Remember the story we did on the Dell Venue 8 7000 tablet? The information on it was very brief as was Dell’s quiet announcement. According to folks that have a coupon code to receive the tablet for free, announced they have received a notice that the tablet will ship at the end of November. Although […]

FTC Files Complaint Against AT&T; “Unlimited Data Means Unlimited”

FTC Files Complaint Against AT&T; “Unlimited Data Means Unlimited”

The FTC, Federal Trade Commission, has filed a federal court complaint against AT&T in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, San Francisco Division. The FTC’s complaint is that AT&T mislead millions of smartphone customers by charging them for “unlimited” data but reduced their data speeds, in some cases by ninety percent. […]

Samsung Announces They Want To Address Any And All KNOX Security Issues

Samsung Announces They Want To Address Any And All KNOX Security Issues

KNOX has been in the spotlight quite a lot over the last few days. For those of you unfamiliar with KNOX then in short this is Samsung’s take on security and with a particular emphasis on the enterprise industry. Back at Google’s I/O event, Google announced that KNOX would be incorporated into Lollipop to try […]

Google X Developing Wearable Technology That Detects Cancer

Google X Developing Wearable Technology That Detects Cancer

Google X, which is Google’s top secret division that is responsible for piloting some very ambitious projects, seems to have an endless amount of tricks up its sleeve. Most people are likely familiar with its Google Glass device and may have also heard about the self-driving car that they have in development. The people at […]

Tidal: Music Streaming Service Offers Premium Quality For A Premium Price

Tidal: Music Streaming Service Offers Premium Quality For A Premium Price

If you are one of the millions of people who have an online music streaming subscription then chances are you use Spotify. They seem to be the industry standard and have firmly placed themselves as the company to beat. However, you also might be of the Google persuasion and have opted for Play Music’s new […]

T-Mobile USA’s Network Now Covers 250 Million

T-Mobile USA’s Network Now Covers 250 Million

T-Mobile USA, the uncarrier, is the fastest growing American 4G LTE network. They’ve recently announced great results and now the business is talking about the scale of their network. Currently, 250 million Americans can experience T-Mobile’s LTE network. Better yet, T-Mobile’s LTE rollout is ahead of schedule; three words we don’t typically associate with LTE […]

OnePlus Offer An Apology For Yesterday’s OnePlus One Sale

OnePlus Offer An Apology For Yesterday’s OnePlus One Sale

OnePlus, the makers of the OnePlus One have offered an apology for the way in which yesterday’s no-invite sale happened. For those of you that don’t know yesterday was the first real opportunity for customers to purchase the One without the need for an invite. With the opportunity to finally buy a One it was […]