So you didn't want the GOgroove Bluetooth speaker we highlighted earlier today, but you have nothing against Bluetooth speakers, NFC support, or a $20 price tag. You just thought the cube was ugly. In that case, here's another speaker that offers you the same things. It normally costs $35, but entering LOMOTHER at checkout will knock that down $15.
The Omaker M4 Portable Bluetooth speaker is hardly an identical product. It's rugged and splashproof, so you don't need to be as cautious. Read More
Comcast has had a rough couple of weeks with the implosion of the Time Warner merger. Maybe releasing a new feature will help it move past the disappointment? Xfinity Share is a tool that lets you stream pictures and video to a cable box, either yours or someone else's. This is part of the Xfinity X1 platform, so both you and the owner of the target box need to be subscribers. Read More
It seems that while Google hasn't actually released the official announcement yet (it's expected this morning), the Collections feature we've heard so much about in recent days now appears to be going live for some users. Read More
Microsoft's commitment to Android keeps on impressing us with new app releases, frequent improvements to its existing portfolio, and decent overall adoption of Google's design guidelines. Case in point, Remote Desktop. This handy app that lets you remotely connect to any Windows computer has been available for a while on Android, but its design was outdated and its features were slightly limited. Read More
Happy Monday AP readers! What's this, you're not happy!? A bad case of the Monday blues? Read More
Google is just about ready to introduce Collections to Google+ publicly, according to sources.
Evidently, Collections is expected to launch tomorrow, May 4th, in the morning (Pacific Time), with an announcement coming from the official Google+ page of ... Google+. After its announcement, the feature will activate for web and Android users on a rollout that's expected to last a day or so. Read More
Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Read More