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)...
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.
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.
If you love some retro gaming then you will love the all new "Q*bert Rebooted" game for Android. Chances are you used to have to carry a pocket full of quarters down to the local arcade to play your favorite games. Gaming at home has practically killed the arcade which is unfortunate, but the upside is that we are able to play any of our old favorite games right in the comfort of our living room.
Q*bert Rebooted brings back that old favorite and is compatible with the Nexus Player. This means you will be able to play right on your TV. You get both the original version of the game and a newer rebooted version. This game will only set you back $2. Head to the link below for the download.
If you are looking for something new and unique to jazz up your homescreen you might want to check out the Trim'd Icon Pack from developer "GFX Bandits". These Icons are square with rounded edges. The feature that stands out here is prism effect complete with shading that makes the prism appear to be casting shadows. The effect is super clean and makes the icons look like glass. You also get a material color palette. The pack comes with 700 hand themed icons, a full feature Dashboard app which helps you get your icons applied to your custom launcher, wallpapers, and more. This app is updated with new app icons every other week which is always a plus. Head to the link below for the download.
New is not always better, and in some cases the grass isn't greener on the other side. Have you ever purchased a new device and wished that it had a feature or two from your old device. Features are vastly different between the different Android Skins. The experience you get when you use Sense vs the experience you get from Touchwiz is a night and day difference even though both phones run Android at the core. The development community has a way of giving the users what they want. The HTC One M8 really touts its camera and camera features including the Sense Gallery. If you ditched the HTC One M8 in favor of the LG G3 chances are you are missing the Sense Gallery. No worries developer "turkbey06" has made the app compatible for use with the LG G3 head to the link below to download it and install it like you would any other app.
If you have been flashing the latest nightlies then you have already know that CM12 has included the all new CM12 Theme Engine. Its really great to finally see the addition of the new launcher. The only issue is the overwhelming majority of themes available are not yet compatible with the new theme chooser. A few theme developers are really on their game however and have started releasing their CM12 updates. One such developer "prashantdrew" has just released his latest theme "Minimal Grey". This theme is basically a darked out style theme, but instead of changing white and light elements with black it changes those elements with grey. You can actually head to the link below to grab this theme now. Just download it like you would any other app and apply it in the theme engine app.
Android Wear is great except for the fact that launching apps is not entirely intuitive. You end up having to scroll through various menus to find your app and then launch it. SWApp Launcher for Wear devices allows you to launch apps right from your smartwatch homescreen, just like on your phone. With SWApp you can launch apps on your watch, remotely launch apps from your phone, and do actions on your watch or your phone. You get three panels of shortcuts on your watch with a page indicator, and you can use the phone app to set the shortcuts. Once SWApp is installed on your Android Wear device just swipe from the right to launch it. Once you are finished with the launcher just press the X in the middle. Head to the Play Link below for the download.
There has been a great deal of movement in the media lately regarding the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 overheating rumors which were supposedly started by Samsung (although that was never confirmed). In fact, over the last few days, the press been worked up pooping out speculation like an old man eating prunes and laxatives.
Just yesterday we posted a story that Qualcomm may be creating a special version of the Snapdragon 810 just for Samsung. In that story we posited the theory that Samsung might actually have made up the overheating rumor in order to discredit Qualcomm just before starting a chipset war in the mobile sector. Apparently, we weren't the only ones thinking that. A new report just hit the web from Korea suggesting exactly this idea.
Supposedly, Samsung is so confident in the production levels of their new Exynos 7420, they plan to take on Qualcomm at an International level, and the "overheating rumors" are just the first strategic (and unscrupulous) shot fired. There are two other things which supposedly make Samsung consider kicking off a mobile chipset war now too.
First, their new Exynos 7420 is made on a 14nm manufacturing process, and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 is behind that at a 20nm process (smaller is better for those who didn't know)....
Here's another bit of HTC intel that you should take with a heaping helping of salt. The latest rumor suggests that HTC has been using fake dummy units as decoys of the HTC One M9 to throw off all of the leak-hounds in the media. Supposedly, this decoy uses the internals of the HTC One M9, with a slightly modified fake outer case design. This report implies that the final design will be quite a bit different than what we have been seeing, and will include a bezel-free outer edge.
While we wouldn't be surprised to find out this decoy story is true, (and have seen it occur before with several OEMs), we really doubt the veracity of this one folks. The outer design of the HTC One has always been one of its most defining and appreciated characteristics. The leaked images showcase the same design, with some slight modifications (like smaller bezels on the top, front and sides and a slightly larger camera). This actually lines up perfectly with previous rumors of the changes HTC has supposedly made to the new HTC One.
What do you think? Does the above image look like a decoy to you?