The first few weeks of T-Mobile’s Tuesday promotions have been nothing but issues. Week one, people couldn’t get their free pizza. Week 2 was full of server issues. But, T-Mobile has come up with a temporary solution for the week coming to a conclusion.
Nextbit took it to Twitter to announce a permanent price cut for its Robin smartphone that’ll go into effect across all major retailers. The good-looking smartphone now costs just $299 off-contract.
Google seems to have partnered up with Starbucks for a limited time offer. If you live in the UK, using Android Pay at your local Starbucks for a Frappuccino will earn you an additional Frappuccino free of charge. That’s right, get two for the price of one!
Midway through last week, Facebook extended Messenger’s list of capabilities to include SMS functionality. Many are concerned that Facebook’s SMS prompt is actually violating Google Play’s policies, which protect users from features users don’t want. These policies are primarily aimed at malicious developers, and it’s odd that Facebook matches the description here.
Google took it to Twitter today to promote its Google Alerts feature. Google Alerts allows anyone to receive customized notifications on just about any subject. Google’s latest tweet promotes the feature as a way to track when your name shows up in search results.
Two low-quality shots have surfaced on Twitter containing the front of a smartwatch with the words ‘Samsung Gear S3.’ This could be our first glimpse at one of Samsung’s more premium Gear S3 models.
Droid Turf’s ‘Overview Series’ has begun. This is our very first Droid Turf Weekly Recap. The Droid Turf Weekly Recap includes all the major headlines in the Android Ecosystem over the recent week.
It shouldn’t be long before Google unveils the name of its upcoming Android N release. Like every year, Google raises the question of what sweet dessert the Android release will be? However, this is the first time Google has opened its quest to pick a name to the public.