It’s always nice to get something for free, even when you have to buy something to get it. In this case, you can get a free Chromecast, but you’ll have to give Spotify’s Premium service a shot while jumping through a few small hoops.
3D printing is something we occasionally cover, especially when it’s something cool. Mattel caught our eye at the Toy Fair with the ThingMaker 3D Printer, a resurrected device that’s been retooled for a new generation of makers.
The sneaker biz is a billion dollar industry, and while we won’t delve deeply into the brands, everyone has heard of Nike. If you’re a sneaker freak with an Android device, today is your lucky day as the Nike SNKRS app has landed on Google Play after a long wait.
If you own a Gear VR, you probably hit up the Oculus Shop towards the end of the week to see the new goodies on display. This week’s releases were slim, but we are getting what should be a solid experience with Star Chart from Escapist Games.
If you keep up with the wild world of smartphone news, you are probably aware of all the fuss this year over Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Android Pay. As we don’t seem to have enough options already, get ready to meet Walmart Pay.
Regardless of age, most of us have played with LEGO’s at some point. The popular blocks are pretty high-tech these days as well thanks to Mindstorms. Well, if you’ve longed to do a bit of Mindstorms programming from your mobile device, that day has finally arrived with the official LEGO Mindstorms Programming app.
If you’re reading this article, there is a very strong chance you have a Facebook account or have had one in the past. Facebook has dipped their toes into the app waters several times before, and today they’ve unveiled the Facebook Notify app for folks on iOS.
Most of the bigger players on the mobile scene don’t play well together. Apple is notorious for that, but Amazon isn’t far behind when it comes to Android and Google Play. Well, they have loosened up a bit as you can now use Amazon Prime Music with your fancy new Android Wear smartwatch.
Yesterday the internet got excited over news of the first mobile Nintendo game, but we steered clear for a good reason. Today, the company announced the Nintendo Miitomo app, and it most definitely isn’t the Nintendo “game” you’ve been waiting for.
Apple and Android don’t generally play well together, but a number of apps and services have made the transition this year. Apple Music for Android hasn’t been one of them, but some new screenshots show an official release may be coming soon.