On Thursday AT&T announced a brand new set of service plans that are far more consumer-friendly. AT&T is still making plenty of money on them, of course, but several of the plans offer significant savings compared to the older plans they replace.
Spotify will soon allow its ad-supported users to stream music on demand for free on their mobile devices.
One of the early Google Glass adopters was asked to leave a restaurant as some of the customers were not comfortable with him wearing it.
Apple’s new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are selling very well in Japan, accounting for 76% of new smartphone sales this October. This is an impressive number, considering the fact that Japan’s largest mobile operator did not sell any iPhone models before the 2013 iPhones were launched.
The new app has a cleaner business-oriented design and adds new features, one of them is AirDrop. Also, Dropbox promises major speed improvements for viewing photos and playing back video. It’s available now in the App Store.
Finally, top three US wireless companies — AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile — decided to stop billing American customers for the spam texts that millions of people have been tricked into receiving and sending out in recent years.
Coin is a credit-card-sized device that holds other credit cards, allowing you to swap from card to card and even store gift cards inside its ultra-thin device.
Nokia announced today that the phone will arrive on AT&T’s network on November 22 for $199 on-contract.
Earlier this year, Panasonic came up with brand new device at CES : a 20-inch, 4K tablet. But now, that device is going on sale—for a price.
The iPad Air is now available in the US, China, and dozens of other countries. You can order Apple’s thinner and lighter 9.7-inch tablet right now from the online Apple Store, and it’ll also be at carrier stores and brick-and-mortar retailers starting at 8AM local time. The pricing starts from $499 for a Wi-Fi-only 16GB model and goes all the way up to $929 for the LTE-equipped 128GB version.
There are 350 million WhatApp users now. It took only two months for WhatApp to add 50 million to 300 million existing base of monthly active users.
Microsoft has just announced that it will release its Remote Desktop app not just on Windows, Windows RT and OS X, but also iOS and Android later this month.
Crowdsourced mobile banking startup Simple will soon let mobile users transfer funds via bluetooth. Smartphone users will be able to quickly exchange sums of money from directly within the MoneyDrop app.
Sooner or later it was going to happen, as the company would search for a way to capitalize.
Last year Google bought QuickOffice, in an attempt to compete with Microsoft it made it free today, adds 10 GB of free Google Drive storage.
Since Apple’s new iPhone 5s now has a new 64-bit processor inside, new iOS 7 and its core apps are also 64-bit. You might have heard that it’s just a marketing stunt, but is it really? Read more…
Apple prepares to unveil both a new high-end iPhone and a cheaper version for the first time next week, it is already working on something bigger.
Apple is reportedly testing iPhones with larger screens than previous models, according to a new report.
The Wall Street Journal says Apple is going as large as 6 inches, which would be 2 inches bigger than its current models.
Xiaomi’s latest Android handset, the Xiaomi MiPhone 3, will come in two flavors. Buyers can choose to either get the Nvidia Tegra 4 model, which sports a quad-core 1.8GHz Cortex A15 processor, or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.3GHz. Read more…