We’re just two days away from LG’s confirmed G7 ThinQ announcement and the company decided to confirm some more information ahead of its flagship smartphone unveiling.
Are you an Amazon Prime subscriber or looking to become one? I feel like almost everyone is nowadays. If you are, you might want to pay attention to this. According to sources, Amazon will raise the yearly price of an Amazon Prime subscription by $20 up to $119. This would be the second time in four years Amazon has increased the price for Prime.
A report caught us by surprise as we were putting the wraps on the week, Friday. According to Android Headlines, LG will soon announce a ‘hybrid’ smartwatch with Google’s Wear OS platform. The word ‘hybrid’ is not really used all that often, but is essentially a fancy term for a watch that is somewhere between a full-blown smartwatch and everyday watch. But this watch could be something special, after all.
Our guess is that most of you have a smartphone if you’re reading this. Being smartphone owners ourselves, we’re always interested in knowing when a smartphone gets updated. Wouldn’t it be convenient to have this all in one place? That’s why we created our ‘Droid Updates’ Weekly Series.
Droid Turf is back with another tech giveaway for May! This month we’ll be selecting one Droid Turf reader who will receive $20 worth of gift card credit valid over at Google’s Play Store! The giveaway will run for approximately one month before closing on May 26.
Famous tipster and information leaker, Evan Blass, has once again tweeted more leaks of LG’s upcoming G7 ThinQ flagship, giving away every last detail we did not already know. The smartphone has already been confirmed and teased by LG, and is all set to launch on May 2.
Google has been in the news quite a bit recently with a slew of updates ahead of its big show in May. One of the anticipated announcements at the event was a much-needed cross-platform makeover for the super popular Gmail email client. Now we know the search giant won’t be releasing it at the show, because the update is rolling out now to some.
A few days ago, super-sized Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ models briefly appeared on Verizon’s open development site. Now, something completely unannounced just surfaced on the carrier’s development site, indicating the possibility of a nearby launch we’ve been anticipating.