Ladies and gentlemen we have an AWESOME giveaway that we are excited to announce! As you can see we are giving away a Limited Edition Code Black Drone!! Yes, one (1) lucky member will get the chance to win this very cool drone and as always it's going to be a snap to enter.
6-axis flight control system and adjustable gyro sensitivity, the Code Black Drone can perform complicated maneuvers will speed and accuracy. A beginner and expert flight mode allow you progress to more complex flights.
Take amazing aerial video in stealth mode. Shoot perfect HD and SD video with this stealth matte black drone. This badass drone shoots badass video.
Easy to use remote. This responsive, 4-channel remote is included with every Code Black Drone. Easy to learn controls will have you flying like a pro in no time
So what do you have to do to enter? Rules for entry are as follows:
Only ONE (1) entry per member. Duplicate entries will result in immediate disqualification.
Let us know what carrier you are on AND what carrier, if any, you are planning to move over to. If you're happy and staying where you are, please let us know!
That's all you need to do and you are entered folks, so jump right in!!
On January 29, 2015 at 12:00pm Central the contest will close and we will randomly draw one (1)...
If you were skeptical about how bad things are at Sony's Mobile Division, today's news might erase that skepticism. Sony will soon announce that they will be cutting 1000 jobs from their mobile division this year. This cut is actually part of a larger plan to cut a total of 5000 jobs by March of fiscal year 2016. Previously, Sony already cut 1000 jobs back in October of last year.
The official announcement will happen on February 4th when Sony reports its earnings for the period covering April through December. Along with this news, earlier reports indicating that Sony will be delaying the launch of their Xperia Z4 smartphone were corroborated by the source.
Things are looking bleak for the embattled Japanese megacorp.
What's this? An anonymous tipster gave us this insider tip regarding an increase to Verizon's Activation/Upgrade fee. It looks like Big Red decided to increase these fees to $40. Previously, the activation fee was $35 and the upgrade fee was $30. Now they have achieved parity at this higher level.
What do you think? While the charge is small, it seems like Verizon knows how to work those fees to eke out extra dough from everyone. Maybe they are preemptively dealing with whatever perceived losses they might have regarding Title II classification coming down the pike from the FCC. Or... the bean counters just felt like having another fee increase... Share your thoughts.
The full image of the leaked brochure is in the thread below.
Moto just sent out another Soak Test Invite for the Droid Turbo. Although we are obviously hoping for Android 5.0 Lollipop in this one, you shouldn't get your hopes up. It hints at VoLTE, which suggests it's simply some tweaks/bug fixes for that. Of course, we will keep you apprised if that speculation turns out to be wrong and it is something more interesting. We have the email invite quoted in the thread below for your viewing pleasure.
While the folks at AT&T (and other US carriers) are still farting around putting versions of KitKat on the HTC One M8, Europe is now already rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop for the flagship device. Of course, it's HTC themselves who are pushing this update out, as it seems the carriers across the pond do not take an inordinate amount of time to vet the updates.
The update was announced via Twitter by HTC's communications executive Jeff Gordon. Now, what's it going to take to get it over here in the US?
If you were on the hunt for a good Motorola deal to purchase some of their mobile tech as a Valentine's Day present to your sweety or yourself, then you might want to pencil in the following specific date and time to show up on Motorola's website.
Motorola.com will be giving away a $140 coupon code to folks who register on the site between 11am 11:50pm Central time on February 2nd. The tricky part is that they will only be giving away coupon codes to the first 200,000 people who register for them. That gives you a very limited window to get this obviously significant savings on many of their products (although several limitations apply).
If you miss out on the Feb. 2nd offer, or don't want to wait in a 200,000 person virtual line, Motorola will still offer some value to customers who purchase from them in February. Through February 14th, Motorola will be giving an instant rebate of $35 and $100 off purchases of $249.99 and $499.99, respectively. This offer does not require the voucher.
If you have been anxious to get your hands on the Samsung Gear VR headset to try out some Oculus Rift Virtual Reality technology, then now you have another chance. The Gear VR is now officially on sale at Best Buy. Sadly, you can't yet go demo it at a store, as it is only available online. Technically the Gear VR has already been available in a limited capacity. You could purchase it from Samsung's online store last month, but it is already sold out there. The same thing occurred with AT&T's version of it.
Still, if you didn't get one before and want one, the device is only $199.99 at the Best Buy link below. Keep in mind that you must own a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (which is required for the Gear VR to function).
We aren't sure if this means that Evan Blass, aka @evleaks, is out of retirement, but even if it is only temporary, he is up to his old tricks again. He blasted out some new images which are supposedly leaks of the HTC One M9.
What's interesting is that several of these pics contradict each other. One of them looks like your typical press render, and could easily be mistaken for the HTC One M8. Another showcases a strange case surrounding what is presumably the HTC One M9. The final image seems to be a render of the device, and its design is very reminiscent of the new iPhone 6.
What is really interesting is that two of the pics show that the HTC One M9 eschews the traditional side-mounted camera for a center-mounted one. We aren't sure what to make of any of this, and suspect that one or more of these are bogus. Still, they are worth sharing to give us a taste of what may come.
YouTube announced today they will use the HTML5 <video> format by default in most modern browsers -- that includes Chrome, IE 11, Safari 8 and beta versions of Firefox. Why the wait? Well, YouTube says in a blog post that it was waiting for HTML5 to mature and improve.
HTML5, is also resident in most streaming devices and Smart TV's.
The primary reason given was a lack of Adaptive Bitrate (ABR) support, which reduces buffering.
YouTube stated "ABR is part of the suite of MediaSource Extensions, which enables live streaming on game consoles and devices such as the Chromecast, in addition to standard web browsers. YouTube reports that ABR reduces buffering by over 50 percent globally, and 80 percent on "heavily-congested networks."
Looks like it's the last nail in the Adobe coffin.
In this video we take a look at one of my favorite new games. I have not been able to put it down. Trivia Crack matches you against your friend in the ultimate trivia challenge. Answer questions correctly to earn crowns. Earn 6 crowns to win.