Each time you use the Internet, your connection goes through a vast network of special infrastructure across the world in a matter of milliseconds. Ultimately, your computer is connected to
OnePlus recently announced the OnePlus Two, successor to the OnePlus One, earlier in the month. While it probably isn’t the “Flagship Killer” as they promised, it does give the competition a
OnePlus has been making a lot of noise in the mobile tech industry. First, they shocked the world by announcing the OnePlus One at a seemingly impossibly low price point
Pebble’s newest smartwatch, the Pebble Time, made its way to Kickstarter. Boasting a colored e-paper screen, microphone and smart strap capabilities, the Pebble Time absolutely killed it in its Kickstarter
This should be common sense now, but just be warned. There are some pretty convincing fake devices floating around that you can get burned on. When you are buying a device
Divide, an enterprise Android company which is known for its work in in putting your work-life onto your smartphone, has recently been acquired by Google. This comes just after the
If you preordered your Samsung Galaxy S4 for Sprint through Best Buy, chances are you’re about to be one sad panda. According to emails being received by preorderers, there has
If you have been waiting to get your hands on the new HTC Flyer tablet, you can get one step closer today, as Best Buy has opened their pre-ordering for the unit.
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Webroot, one of the first internet security firms that came into being with the boom of the internet, has released “Webroot Mobile Security” for Android devices. There are two versions of the app, a limited free version which you can get from the Android Market, and a paid version available for $14.99 at Best Buy retail stores, and soon to be released on the Webroot site for purchase. A quote from the press release:
Boy Genius is reporting today that Best Buy has announced that they will be begin to take pre-orders for the Sprint version of the Nexus S starting today. There is no word on what the final pricing is going to be for the Gingerbread handset, but Boy Genius confirmed by contacting a Best Buy store that a deposit of $50 will guarantee you a phone on launch, which will be applied to the final purchase price. BGR also reports that the Sprint version is identical to the T-Mo version, but slightly thicker because of the CDMA and WiMAX radios. More information as we get it on the Sprint Nexus S.