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Apr

ZTE’s Spro 2 Smart Projector launching on AT&T this week for $400


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The ZTE Spro 2 Smart Projector is making its way to AT&T on Friday, April 24th. Available both online and in-store, you can pick up your very own Spro 2 for $399.99 with a two-year contract, $499.99 off-contract or add it to a new or existing Mobile Share Value plan for just $10 per month.

This Android-powered Smart Projector is capable of outputting a 720p image up to 120 inches in size, with a brightness of 200 lumens – double that of its predecessor. It features a USB 3.0 port, HDMI port, as well as space for 2TB of expandable storage, plenty of room for a few HD movies. The Spro 2 packs in a 6,300mAh battery, allowing the device to run for 3 hours as a projector or 10 hours while in hotspot mode. It can work as a portable 4G LTE hotspot, allowing you to connect up to eight devices at one time. It also has a 5-inch touchscreen display and runs Android 4.4 KitKat.

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We went hands-on with the device at CES 2015, and you can check out our full walkthrough here. If you’re interested in learning more about the device, head to the source link below.

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Apr

BLU Studio Energy review


PROS
  • Excellent battery life
  • Low price point
  • Overall great build quality
CONS
  • Sluggish performance
  • Dim display
  • Subpar camera
7.0

The Blu Studio Energy is a phone design for consumers who value great battery life over most other aspects in a smartphone. While the combination of a giant 5,000mAh battery and energy efficient internals will give you up to 72 hours of battery life on a single charge, it’s clear that this device’s main focus is stamina, and not much more than that.

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BLU is slowly making a name for itself in the smartphone world by offering smartphones, unlocked and at very affordable prices. The company released a slew of such products at CES 2015 back in January, but the most compelling of the lot is the BLU Studio Energy, with its biggest selling point being the massive 5,000 mAh battery found within. A huge battery and the promise of long battery life is definitely a big plus, but what else does this device bring to the table? We find out, in this detailed BLU Studio Energy review!

Design

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The BLU Studio Energy does feel like a large phone, despite what its 5-inch display size would suggest, mostly because of its thickness and significant weight. This thickness and weight feels out of place given that a lot of OEMs are still pushing the limits when it comes device dimensions, but at 10.4 mm thick, is a worthy compromise to allow for the large battery that powers the phone.

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In terms of design, the Studio Energy isn’t built to turn heads, and is certainly a no frills type of device. The right side is where you will find a chrome textured volume rocker and power button, with the headphone jack and microUSB port placed at the top and bottom respectively. On the back is the 8 MP shooter and flash, speaker grill, and the BLU logo, with the back cover also removable.

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The build materials are a mix of matte and glossy plastic, with some chrome plating thrown into the mix. The glossy plastic is found mostly on the sides of the device, and is quite slippery, which would have detracted from the handling experience if not for the manageable size of the phone.  The menu, home, and back capacitive keys are below the display, but I would have preferred the presence of a dedicated multi-tasking key, instead of needing to press and hold the home key for a few seconds.

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The phone feels solid in the hand, and the weight actually works as a positive, allowing for more confidence in the grip then what you would get with the lightweight flagship devices of today. The design and build quality understandably doesn’t offer the premium feel that you may hope for, but this phone is made to do one thing, and that is offer great battery life.

Display

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The BLU Studio Energy features a 5-inch IPS LCD display with a 720 resolution, resulting in a pixel density of 294 ppi. At this resolution, the display is sharp enough to zoom in to text and see more detail in images, and while the colors don’t necessarily pop, it’s certainly not a disappointing display experience. Brightness is a bit of a concern though, and when in broad daylight, it was difficult to get a whole lot from the screen without finding some shade.

The trend towards higher display resolutions dominates the flagship race, but this display does a good job with everyday tasks,  especially given the mid-range nature of this phone. It’s not going to please those looking to be at the cutting edge, but the Studio Energy isn’t targeting that market anyway.

Performance and Hardware

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Under the hood, the device packs a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor, clocked at 1.3GHz, and backed by the Mali-400 GPU and 1GB of RAM. The processing package is intended to bolster what should also be an impressive battery life, and is decent for a device available at this price point. Performance isn’t the most impressive, and things do feel a little sluggish overall. 1GB of RAM doesn’t contribute a lot to the multi-tasking capabilities, but does a good job nonetheless. With minimal apps installed, even something as simple as swiping down to open the notification dropdown didn’t register, and the experience can take some getting used to.

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On the gaming front, the Studio Energy’s Mali-400 GPU did a great job with most graphic intensive games we threw at it. Although Dead Trigger and Modern Combat warranted a few dropped frames, we’d imagine your gaming experience will be mostly positive if you decide to pick up this device. The Studio Energy comes with just 8GB of on-board storage, though it offers up to 64GB of expandable memory via MicroSD. No, this isn’t particularly ideal. But this device isn’t meant to boast the best specs on the market; it’s meant to offer specs that are good enough for most folks while not breaking the bank.

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Battery

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Let’s move on to the main attraction – the giant 5,000mAh battery. Throughout this entire review, you’ll notice that, for the most part, BLU has added in hardware components that are meant to conserve as much power as possible to extend battery life. And after spending so much time with the device, we’d have to agree with BLU’s decision to scale back on the high-end specifications.

We were able to make the phone last up to 48 hours on a single charge with normal use, achieving about 6 hours of screen on time. We were connected to Wi-Fi the majority of the time we tested this device, and a typical day would consist of streaming Google Play Music and Spotify while playing the occasional game. Even if the phone doesn’t last 48 hours on a single charge every time, it’s still nice to know that at the end of a long day, there’s no need to dig around for a charger.

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Software

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The Studio Energy is running a near-stock version of Android 4.4.2 KitKat. The majority of the software is very close to vanilla Android, though a few minor changes can be found throughout the device, like the slightly altered notification panel.

A handy Guest Mode can be found on this device, allowing your messages, photos and other personal information to be hidden if you choose. There’s also a quick power saving mode that limits the maximum CPU performance and restricts a few other under the hood processes. To be honest, we didn’t use this mode too much throughout our time with the device since the battery is already stellar. This feature is there if you need it, but odds are, you won’t.

Camera

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The camera software on the Studio Energy is simple. The interface is very clean, though it doesn’t provide many options or controls. This definitely isn’t the best camera to use if you’re looking for a ton of granular control over your photos, but there’s always the option to download a third party camera app if need be.

The Energy includes all of the standard shooting modes we’ve come to expect on most smartphones, like HDR, Panorama and Sport Mode. There are also a few gesture-based modes to choose from, but unfortunately the selection doesn’t hide the poor image quality found in both cameras.

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Overall, the images taken with the 8MP rear camera turned out very flat. Most photos lacked color, dynamic range, and were overexposed. The same can be said for the 2MP front-facing camera, which consistently provided poor saturation levels, overexposed areas and general graininess, even in well-lit areas. If you buy this device and attempt to take some photos, we’d suggest downloading a third party app to give you more control over the image quality.

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Pricing and Final Thoughts

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So, there you have it – a closer look at the BLU Studio Energy! Sure, the specifications aren’t the best on the market and the camera could use some work, but for the most part, this device was a joy to use. For those who value battery capacity over just about every other aspect in a smartphone, this is the phone for you. And at just $150, it’s quite a steal.

You’ve heard our thoughts, now it’s time to voice your opinion! Given the price point, build quality, performance and battery statistics we’ve provided, would you pick one up for yourself? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

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20
Apr

LG G Flex 2 making its way to AT&T on April 24th for $300


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On the heels of the ZTE Spro 2 Smart Projector announcement, AT&T has just revealed that it will begin selling the LG G Flex 2 on Friday, April 24th. If you’d like to pick one up for yourself, the device will be available for $299.99 with a two-year contract or $708.99 off-contract. You can also choose to buy the device through AT&T Next for 30 payments of $23.64 or 20 payments of $35.45. The curved smartphone will be available in the Platinum Silver color option.

Read more: LG G Flex 2 review

For those who need a refresher, the LG G Flex 2 offers up a 5.5-inch Curved P-OLED display with a resolution of 1920×1080, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 64-bit Octa-Core processor coupled with an Adreno 430 GPU, all backed by either 3GB of RAM. The phone comes with either 16 or 32GB of on-board storage, a 13MP rear-facing camera with OIS+, a 2.1MP front-facing camera and a non-removable 3000mAh battery.

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This certainly isn’t the best smartphone on the market, but it does a great job at showcasing LG’s most recent advancements in the smartphone world. Even after the launch of the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and One M9, this is still a viable option for anyone who wants the latest and greatest. Any AT&T subscribers out there thinking of picking this one up?



20
Apr

App of the Day: LastPass Password Manager


Online security has seen a surge in popularity in recent years due to the high number of security breaches and data theft. For a while there, it seemed that every time one looked at the news a new company or organization had been breached exposing thousands of user accounts for hackers to utilize. One of the biggest reasons for user data theft was due to the fact that when passwords were stolen, many users had also used that same password for other websites. So instead of limiting it down to just the one hacked website, they now had access to many others as well. If only there existed an app that helped you make long complicated passwords and then kept them all in one place. (Spoilers ahead. There is.)

LastPass Password Manager is our App of the Day and it’s easy to see why. LastPass allows users to create long and intricate passwords that can then be saved for later use. Now instead of using that same 12345 password for every online account that you use, you can have a distinct, complicated password for every different account and you won’t have to worry about remembering it. LassPass is a great tool for security minded individuals and when you start using it, you will question why you didn’t do so sooner.

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20
Apr

Chrome’s push notifications reach your Android phone


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Chrome’s website push notifications are no longer confined to your desktop — they now surface on your phone, too. Grab Chrome 42 for Android and you can opt into alerts from websites that show up no matter what you’re doing. You won’t have to worry about missing out on breaking news, even if your favorite sites don’t have dedicated apps. You’ll also have an easier time adding home screen shortcuts for those sites if you always want them close at hand. It’ll be a while before many of the sites you frequent can deliver notifications (eBay, Facebook and Pinterest are some of the early adopters), but it’s worth upgrading now to get ready.

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20
Apr

Sphero is turning ‘Star Wars’ rolling droid into a real toy


BB-8, the new adorable droid from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has taken the world by storm over the past few days. In particular, people were mostly surprised by the fact that the character was not computer-generated imagery — this thing is, indeed, real. Now, following earlier reports, Sphero, a company that makes robotic toys for entertainment and educational purposes, is confirming that its technology is behind Disney’s now-famed BB-8 droid ball. And be ready, because there’s a consumer version in the works. Sphero says it is teaming up with Disney to “deliver an incredible and authentic BB-8 experience.” Further details (like pricing or availability) are slim at the moment, but Sphero did set up a landing page for people who want to stay updated on the project.

“What an incredible honor it is to work with the team at Disney on one of the most interesting new characters in the Star Wars franchise,” Paul Berberian, Sphero’s CEO, says about the chance to be involved with the popular movie franchise. “Opportunities this significant are rare. If anyone can execute and deliver on an exceptional BB-8 experience, it’s our Sphero team in Boulder [Colorado].” He adds, “Our hardware and software technology advancements make it possible to build the toys of the future now. We are deepening the user connection in ways that, until today, have only been portrayed in science fiction.”

But, since it could be a while before the official BB-8 toy comes out, you could always try making one yourself.

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20
Apr

Samsung Galaxy Tab A officially announced for the American markets at $230


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Samsung has officially announced the arrival of the Galaxy Tab A with a metal chassis for the American markets. The device will be available from May 1 starting at $230

The hardware onboard the tablet is less than flattering, although the device seems to be a decent budget ranged offering from the Korean manufacturer. The series comes in an 8 inch and 9.7 inch avatar with the latter costing $300.

Samsung is currently taking pre-orders for the tablet through its official retail site in the U.S. During launch, the tablet will be available via Best Buy, HH Gregg and Amazon as well.

As far as the hardware specs are concerned, both sizes of the Galaxy Tab A feature an underwhelming display resolution of 1024 x 768, while there’s a 1.2 GHz quad core processor to handle the heavy duty tasks. Other specs of the tablet include a 5MP camera, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, Android 5.0 Lollipop and a 4,200 mAh battery on the 8 inch variant while the 9.7 inch model gets a slightly larger 6,000 mAh pack.

All variants of the Galaxy Tab A will be supplied with 100GB of OneDrive cloud storage for a period of two years along with access to apps like Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

Samsung is also selling a special variant of the Galaxy Tab A 9.7 with a S-Pen stylus included for $350. This variant will be available starting May 17.

Catch the press release below for more details on the two tablets.

Connect to All You Need with the Samsung Galaxy Tab ANewest Galaxy Tablet Series connects you to your Galaxy and beyond

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Samsung Electronics America, Inc. (Samsung) today announced the introduction of the new Galaxy Tab A™, delivering an assortment of benefits to better connect with people, entertainment, work and more. Featuring an extremely thin design, the Galaxy Tab A™ is a lightweight portable tablet for everyone in the family.

“This latest addition includes some of the best features of the Samsung Galaxy Tab series, while streamlining connectivity,” said Gary Riding, senior vice president, Mobile Computing at Samsung Electronics America. “The tablet will let users connect to everything that matters, from family members, friends and colleagues, to work and entertainment content, as well as other smart Samsung devices.”

The Galaxy Tab A™ is designed to fit seamlessly into your life through useful features, from letting kids learn in Kids Mode*, a fun and safe environment, to providing a personalized tablet experience in Multi User Mode. The Galaxy Tab A™ is the perfect fit for every member of your family both young and young-at-heart. Additionally, the tablet’s 4:3 aspect ratio and Adaptive Display ensures the optimal viewing experience, automatically adjusting color gamut, contrast and sharpness to content on the screen — making it a great tablet for reading, watching a movie or surfing the internet.

For those looking to create and connect with more, the Galaxy Tab A™ lets you do so with ease through a range of features. Multi Window allows for easy multitasking, and with Microsoft Office for Android you can review and save changes to Word, PowerPoint, and Excel on your tablet. Plus, with an additional 100 GB of storage on Microsoft OneDrive™, complimentary for two years, you can keep all of your favorite photos, videos and documents in one place. The Galaxy Tab A™ also comes loaded with a variety of Galaxy Essentials and Galaxy Gifts from the world’s leading premium mobile content and service providers, available for free via download and chosen to make your experience with the device even more enjoyable. Additionally, Samsung’s Milk Music™, a streaming radio service that’s an instant and fun way to discover and play the music you want to hear, will come pre-loaded on the tablet.

Featuring a range of tools such as Quick Connect, SideSync® 4.0 and Smart Switch, the Galaxy Tab A™ makes it easier than ever to share your content across most Galaxy devices, while connecting and controlling your Samsung ecosystem.

Available for pre-order from major retailers and at Samsung.com starting today, Galaxy Tab A™ will be in stores nationwide, including Best Buy, HH Gregg and Amazon starting on May 1. Consumers will have the choice between the 8.0-inch Galaxy Tab A™ at $229.99 and the 9.7-inch version at $299.99 – both offered in White, Smoky Titanium and Smoky Blue. Additionally, a 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab A™ version in Smoky Titanium will include an S-Pen for $349.99 and will be available for sale starting May 17.

For more information, please visit http://www.samsung.com.

*Kids Mode downloadable from Samsung Galaxy Essentials

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20
Apr

Republic Wireless launches “Plans That Pay Customers for Unused Cellular Data”




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Republic Wireless is making a wireless industry first move today that should shake up the pre-paid sector of things a bit. They are launching a new set of beta plans that will pay back Republic Labs participants for their unused data.

“One of the coolest things here at Republic is collaborating together with our Customers to solve the biggest industry pain points in Republic Labs. It helps us keep one step ahead. Customers told us they wanted control over how much cellular data they buy – with today’s announcement, we are delivering,” Bandwidth and Republic Wireless CEO, David Morken said. “Over eighty percent of our customers use less than a gigabyte of cellular data a month. It’s been estimated that current industry plans cause consumers to waste an average of $200 per year in unused cellular data. We think that’s ridiculous. So we’ve devised a way to pay customers back penny for penny for unused cellular data every month.”


If you are unfamiliar with Republic Wireless, they are a MVNO that primarily bases its connection on Wi-Fi for calls, texts and data. If Wi-Fi is not accessible, then the device will utilize Sprint for coverage. RW offers a number of Motorola devices that are custom installed with all the necessary software for things to go smoothly.

Their press release regarding the beta plans also states that they are working to offer a second carrier partner option. This would give RW a leg up if Sprint offers sub-par coverage for current or would be consumers of the provider.

If you are interested in getting in on the Republic Labs side of things and help test out the beta plans, help decide what next device they should bring to the network and more, then you should sign up at Republic Laps.

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20
Apr

Android Wear gains Wi-Fi, wrist gestures, and always-on apps


  Google on Monday announced a rather sizable and handy update for its Android Wear platform. Rolling out over the coming weeks, wearables will pick up some really cool and practical features. For starters, Android Wear will now support always-on apps, which means they can stay on the screen, keeping the display on regardless of… Read more »

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20
Apr

Deal: Refurbished unlocked Samsung Galaxy S5 for just $300 from eBay


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If you’re looking for a quality off-contract smartphone that doesn’t break the bank, this deal may be what you’re looking for. Right now, you can pick up a refurbished 16GB unlocked Samsung Galaxy S5 in Charcoal Black, Shimmery White or Copper Gold from eBay for just $299.99. This Galaxy S5 is a GSM variant, so you can activate it on either AT&T or T-Mobile’s networks. Normally these devices sell for upwards of $500, so this is quite the steal.

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Even though this isn’t the newest device on the market, it’s still a solid smartphone. The Galaxy S5 has a 5.1-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display, a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM and a powerful 16MP rear-facing camera. Many Samsung fans have been up in arms as of late, thanks to the company’s exclusion of the removable battery and MicroSD card slot on the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. But rest assured, if these two features are what you’re looking for in a smartphone, you’ll be happy to know that the Galaxy S5 offers both. It has a removable 2800mAh battery and MicroSD expansion up to 128GB. It’s also running Android 5.0 Lollipop, so you’ll get to experience the one of the most recent versions of Android if you decide to pick up this handset.

To sweeten the deal, the device also comes with free shipping to the United States and to multiple other countries. Head to the link below if you’re interested!

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